February 7-27, 2019
25 Lowell Street, Cambridge, MA
Juried by Martha Wakefield
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 9, 11am-1pm
In This is how it starts we endeavor to explore artistic process, by exhibiting the place where new ideas and energies often emerge – the sketchbook. For some artists, the sketchbook serves as a warm-up to their studio practice; for others, it is a place to record explorations and capture new ideas. For others, there is no sketchbook – but rather, preparatory drawings or painting, written musings, figure sketches. And, there is the digital sketchbook – the iPad.
Image: Sketchbook studies, colored pencil and pen on paper
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-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
Sign up for my newsletter to receive occasional updates about my studio process & upcoming shows/events.
Current & Upcoming Shows
labor & Light
@ Barewolf Brewing
April 1-July 8, 2019
12 Oakland Street,
April 28 | 2-4pm
Wed. & Thur. | 4-9pm
Fri. | 4-10pm
Sat. | 12-10pm
Sun. | 12-6pm
@ University Place Gallery
July 9-August 24, 2019
124 Mt Auburn St
July 11 | 6-8pm
Mon.-Fri. | 9am-6pm
Sat. | 9-1pm
Summer Residency Show
August 19-24, 2019
263 Pearl Street
Local Blogs & Organizations
art, life (no separation)
Big, Red & Shiny
Boston Art Review
Brown Paper Bag
Dorchester Art Project