Posts Tagged ‘receptions’

TEN Kingston Associates: Our Voices

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Ten Kingston RM_400px Our Voices, a group exhibition by Kingston Associate Members Jamie Bowman, Jane Lincoln, Nat Martin, Laurel McMechan, Rachel Mello, Laurie Miles, Wendy Seller, Rachel Sevanich, Rachel Thern, and Anne Sargent Walker.

Kingston Gallery
450 Harrison Ave | Boston, Massachusetts 02118

Opening Reception: Friday, Aug. 5, 2016
5:30pm – 8pm

Exhibit Dates: August 3 – 28, 2016
Gallery Hours: Wed-Sun 12 – 5pm and by appointment


This is my first show as a Kingston Gallery Associate. I’m delighted and awed by the work in this group show and the inclusion of my own cut-silhouette paintings in such company. I’m so honored to be calling this group of artists my colleagues.

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Save the Date: That Space Between Flying and Falling

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Please take a moment to mark your calendars now: This Fall I’ll be opening my first solo show in the City of Boston, an installation of all new cut-silhouette paintings. That Space Between Flying and Falling, seeks to evoke a simultaneous engagement in urban and emotional landscapes.

Laconia Gallery
433 Harrison Avenue | Boston, MA 02118

Opening Reception: Friday, Nov. 4, 2016
5:30pm – 8pm

Exhibit Dates: Nov. 4 – Dec. 18, 2016

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Sketchbook Show 2016

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postcard front for sketchbook show The Sketchbook Show 2016
opens Friday, Jan 29th
the Nave Annex
Davis Square, Somerville, MA

Opening Reception: Friday, January 29, 2016; 6:00pm – 8:00 pm
Poetry Reading with Gary Hawkins and Afaa M. Weaver: Saturday, January 30, 7pm

Exhibition Dates: January 28 – March 3, 2016

Ellien Laramee-Byers and I have co-curated a second sketchbook show, building on the successes of last year’s popular show. Once again, we have artists from around the country, as well as many from our own ‘hood here in Somerville. The show features sketchbooks, process drawings, and studies from artists, utilizing a broad range of materials and techniques.

Gary taping cat The work of poet and artist Gary Hawkins, who works with washi tape in his writing and sketch journals, inspired us to create a three-person collaborative wall drawing in the Nave Annex entry hallway. Gary was generous enough to join us from North Carolina and we had a blast further expanding our own notions of sketching.

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On a personal note, creating the wall drawing for the Sketchbook Show 2016 was a fulfillment of a long-standing wish of mine. Working with Ellien and Gary just made it even better. As always, I am deeply indebted to the Nave Gallery and Susan Berstler for making shows like this possible in Somerville.

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Cambridge Art Association National Prize Show

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Cambridge Art AssociationJoin me Friday, June 8,  5:30pm – 7:30pm at the reception for the Cambridge Art Association National Prize Show. My diptych from Ucross will makes its debut in a setting outside of the Mad Oyster Studio building this summer in the Kathryn Schultz Gallery, 25 Lowell Street, Cambridge, 02138.

I’m honored to have my work in such excellent company in this recognized group show.  If you get a chance, go check out the show, see lots of great art, and see my piece “Knowing When” and “The Secret” exploring connections between inner landscapes and outer landscapes.

Through July 5, 2012.

More info at www.cambridgeart.org.

Multiple / Unique @ Washington Street Art Center

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PLEASE JOIN US for an OPENING RECEPTION
Friday, June 10 6pm to 9pm.

At Mastwood Press Ira Cummings, Rachel Silber, and I work independently in a collective environment that allows for interchange of resources and ideas. This show at the Washington Street Art Center highlights our separate, related viewpoints and approaches to printmaking.  I’ll be showing my newest series, Tool World in which I am animating hand-tools as a playful way to continue my explorations of the  man-made and natural worlds.

Ira Cummings uses form and color to invoke order and structure, balanced with chaos. Drawing on a vocabulary of techniques from both modern and traditional printmaking, his works are formal without being austere. Rachel Silber combines images in drypoint or woodblock with unrepeatable imagery directly from the monotype plate to elaborate on one central image through a series of prints.

Multiple/Unique runs from June 4 to June 25, with gallery hours
Saturdays from 12noon to 4pm.