November 2, 2018-January 11, 2019
321 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA 02472
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 15, 5:30-7:30pm
This exhibit explores the universal desire to frame home as the center of our lives. Each artist may submit artwork that is a representation of home, and by extension, community. Artwork could be a literal depiction of home such as a house, neighborhood, schoolyard, or town; or it could depict your family, friends or the culture from which you came.
I am excited to have four pieces included in this show, two of which are new.
The “No Place Like Home” exhibit, timed to coincide with the Watertown Children’s Theatre 35 anniversary celebration, takes its title from The Wizard of Oz and Dorothy’s desire to leave Oz and return home by reciting the magical “No Place Like Home” mantra. For more information about the exhibit and performances at the arts center, click here.
Gallery Hours: Mon.-Fri. 12-5pm and during performances and special events
Image: Living Room study, 2018, oil on canvas, 11 x 14 inches
July 5-August 31, 2018
124 Mt. Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 12 from 6-9pm
The Cambridge Art Association (CAA) presents a non-juried show of still-lives.
“But in a still life, there is no end to our looking, which has become allied with the gaze of the painter; we look in and in, to the world of things, in their ambiance of cool or warm light, in and in, as long as we can stand to look, as long as we take pleasure in looking.”
― Mark Doty
“I try to construct a picture in which shapes, spaces, colors, form a set of unique relationships, independent of any subject matter. At the same time I try to capture and translate the excitement and emotion aroused in me by the impact with the original idea.”
― Milton Avery
Gallery Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am-6pm & Sat. 9am-1pm
July 5-July 28, 2018
25 Lowell Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 12 from 6-9pm
Artist Talk: Thursday, July 26 from 6-9pm
The Cambridge Art Association (CAA) presents the work of 28 emerging artistsfrom across the United States for their 2018 Emerging Artists Exhibition. The show is juried by Kate Mothes.
Kate Mothes is the founder of Young Space (yngspc.com), an independent online and nomadic curatorial platform emphasizing contemporary art by emerging, early-career, and student artists. Mothes is interested in alternative modes of art exhibition, education, and experience, with an emphasis on artist-run initiatives, decentralization, and the Internet. She has produced a number of local pop-up exhibitions and has collaborated with artists, curators, and organizers nationally and internationally. She earned her Bachelors in Art History from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Masters in the History of Art, Theory and Display from Edinburgh College of Art at the University of Edinburgh. She is currently based in the Midwest.
Gallery Hours: Tue.-Sat. 11am-5pm
Inspired Views @ Montserrat Gallery
June 8-July 8, 2018
23 Essex Street, Beverly, MA 01915
Opening reception: Saturday, June 16 from 3-5pm
Inspired Views gathers together more than fifty art educators from New England and beyond in celebration of their commitment and dedication to arts eduction. Recognizing the many working artists who inspire and mentor our young people, "Inspired Views," brings artist teachers together and provides an opportunity for these professionals to show their work at the Montserrat Gallery. The art teachers in the show represent over forty K-12 public and independent schools, as well as art educators working at the college level.
This exhibit coincides with the Beverly Main Street Arts Fest. Come to Beverly this weekend and enjoy both celebrations!
Seven of my Paper Quilts have been hanging on the bright orange walls at Darwin's for the past year. It's unreal what a whirlwind the past year has been. I installed the work last June, so it's been up for almost a year. I am grateful for the opportunity I've had to show my work at Darwin's and have enjoyed meeting up with friends at their third Thursday wine nights, for delicious sandwiches, to buy picnic supplies or for a cup of coffee late at night. I've also enjoyed receiving surprised texts from friends who have stumbled on my work when visiting the cafe.
The night that I went to the cafe to take down my work, one of the baristas that was working there said, "Wow. It's the end of an era" and smiled. While I'm also a bit melancholy that the work is coming down, I am focused on the fact that endings create space. Sometimes the space creates new opportunities immediately and sometimes the space is slower, providing time to sit quietly and reflect. I am excited to bring the work back home, to look at it with fresh eyes and to submit pieces to new shows; giving them the freedom to live in other places.
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Current & Upcoming Shows
11 First Street
Cambridge, MA 02141
Mon.-Sat. | 10am-8pm
Sun. | 10am-6pm
This is How it Starts
@ Kathryn Schultz Gallery
February 7-27, 2019
25 Lowell Street, Cambridge, MA
Sat., Feb. 9 | 11am-1pm
Tue.-Sat. | 11am-5pm
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