Explore the Art of Boston’s Greenway
Adult Enrichment / Walking Tours -
Winding through the heart of Boston and accessible by several T stations, the 1.5-mile Greenway beckons with many attractions: soothing greenery, seven different fountains, the Armenian Heritage Park with its reflecting pool and giant sculpture, a hand-carved carousel of Boston Harbor animals, sitting areas for people-watching, and engaging works of contemporary art. Stroll the Greenway led by a local sculptor and enjoy its many gems, including a half-dozen changing exhibits of sculpture and other media, such as the monumental Greenway Wall that each year becomes a bold new mural. Please note: Meeting location and safety guidelines will be emailed one week prior to the tour. All walks meet rain or shine.
Paul Angiolillo has several interests including art and tea. He been sculpting in wood, stone, and other materials since around the 1990s. He studied with master sculptor Joseph Wheelwright in Boston for many years. Paul has exhibited his works in galleries, juried craft shows, libraries, outdoor exhibits, gift shops (the DeCordova Sculpture Park & Museum in Lincoln and Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton), and other venues. As a a long-time tea connoisseur, he has worked at Upton Tea Imports, a major purveyor of fine loose-leaf teas. He has lectured on the history of tea and held tea-tastings at the Peabody-Essex Museum and other venues.