Massachusetts Artists 2015: Showcase of Contemporary Art
Exhibit Runs: April 18 to June 6, 2015
Reception: Saturday, April 25, 2-4 PM
Juror: Joanna Fink, Director, Alpha Gallery, Boston, MA
Lowell, MA – The Brush Art Gallery and Studios is pleased to announce “Massachusetts Artists 2015: Showcase of Contemporary Art,” a biennial exhibition of artists living or working in Massachusetts. A wide variety of styles and techniques are on display from April 18 through June 6. Artists accepted into the exhibit come from Amesbury, Andover, Boston, Boxborough, Brookline, Cambridge, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Clinton, Dracut, Groton, Hopedale, Ipswich, Jamaica Plain, Lowell, Northborough, Rochester, Salem, Somerville, Stoughton, Stow, Tyngsborough, and Wrentham.
Artists included in the exhibition: Janet Albert, Jessica Aye, Judith Belben, Adrien Bisson, Jane Coder, Linda Demers, Samuel Dionne, ZsuZsanna Donnell, Dave Drinon, Craig Eastland, Gillian Frazier, Barbara Guilmet, Rosemary Hoffenberg, Marjorie Kaye, Mary-Ellen Latino, Robin MacDonald-Foley, Marshall Marice, Hanna Melnyczuk, Crissie Murphy, Paul Noel, David Phoenix, Sarah Roche, Sally Russell, Emily Sandagata, Denn Santoro, George Shaw, Laurie Simko, Robert Thurlow, Sophy Tuttle, Miranda Updike, Tom Veirs, Neil Wilkins, Timothy Wilson, Janet Wolahan, and Deborah Wolf.
Jim Dyment Executive Director
The Brush Art Gallery & Studios
256 Market St, Lowell, MA 01852
" Katrina" by Gillian Frazier (postcard)
" Shadow of a Man" by Adrien Bisson (postcard)
" Distraction," acrylic by ZsuZsanna Donnell (postcard)
paintings & poetry
ZSUZSANNA DONNELL & ROCHELLE SELTZER
A serendipitous moment in time
Two artists stumbled upon the discovery that they have a common sensibility that is expressed thorough two compatible art forms. ZsuZsanna was painting and Rochelle was writing poetry. They found that their common titles corresponded with each other's work -- not just once, but twice. Thus a collaboration was born and the work will be on view, complete with poetry readings and some BIG art.
Over 200 Artists on hand to kick-off Boston’s Fall Open Studios Season
Boston, MA–United South End Artists, Inc. presents South End Open Studios on Saturday and Sunday, September 20-21 from 11:00am to 6:00pm each day.
South End Open Studios is celebrating its 28th anniversary this year. The event, begun by a small group of artists, has grown to encompass 12 major buildings and numerous smaller spaces throughout the South End. Over the last few years, some of Boston’s most noted galleries have also made the South End their home.
The free event showcases the works of more than 200 established and emerging artists creating art in a wide variety of media including painting, sculpture, photography, ceramics, glass and fiber. The public is welcomed into their studios and galleries to meet the artists, talk about the art and purchase art directly from the artists. A number of artists will also be doing In-Studio demonstrations throughout the event including photography, paper quilts, and letterpress printing.
Boston’s South End Hosts
28th Annual Open Studios
Art for Art's Sake
Thurs. April 3rd, 2014
19 Kennard Rd, Brookline, MA 02445
450 Harrison Ave, studio #403
Opening Reception Friday August 2nd, 6-8pm
Galatea Fine Art's Fourth Annual Juried Exhibition
THE NEW ENGLAND COLLECTIVE IV
Jurors: Kaveh Mojtabai, Publisher and Brian Goslow, Editor-in-Chief, ArtScope Magazine
August 1-28, 2013
Had the opportunity to be Curator and also Artist
in this show.
Really Big Art, I'm talking FEET.
6' x 7' "OH MY"
I'm pleased to announce that I just finished my largest painting ever.
Comments received are really funny and interesting. Here's one that I commented on.
Holy cow!!! 6' 7' !!! HUGE! How did you transport that? by open truck bed?
Actually that's the big question....my husband and I developed a wood contraption for the top of his SUV, kinda like this # symbol top and bottom, with painting in between, with a few more wood pieces and screwed them together so not to fly out...and I covered it with a set of king size sheets....it was genius..
Commissions are a wonderful and scary proposition. First you question if you can do it, then you wonder if the client will like what you've come up with for them and along the way there is so many other things that go through your mind. Having painted quite a few commisssions... I've got some experience with all those emotions.
Really the best part as you can image is the experience that comes with the dynamics of it all.
It's invaluable, plus it moves you forward in your process as an artist, with more confidence of what you can & can't achieve.
And the really great part of doing a commission is that the clients loves it!
Kinda like sisters or opposites black and white. One inspired the other, many more were painted during this streak of marathon work. This one was delivered in Boston...I never meet the client as it was a gift, but I had the pleasure of hanging it and knowing that it would be a fabulous surprise.