Small Works of Wonder Saturday, November, 26 2016 with an artists' reception 2 to 4 pm

"Original art is more accessible and affordable than most people assume, and even more so during this special exhibit that puts art in everyone's reach," Curator Steve Bowersock says. "While we always carry a broad selection of genres and styles, we pull out all the stops for this exhibit choosing a very diverse group of smaller canvases." 
The exhibit features works by both emerging and mature artists and both gallery veteran and newcomer. The selection includes photo-realism, expressionist, impressionist, abstract, fantasy, representational, and surreal, most done in a distinct, singular hands. Materials include oil, acrylic, ceramic, photography, encaustic and clay. Subjects run a full range, still life, figurative, narrative, color field and city and landscapes.
"There are women who fly, candies who war, and soothing field and glade scenes," Bowersock says. "Quality is the only sure thing that connects these works."

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Boston International Fine Art Show

Provincetown takes Boston by storm, for the 6th year running, at the 20th Anniversary of the Boston International Fine Art Show to benefit the Boston Athenaeum! This year at the Cyclorama should prove to be one of the best yet, featuring your favorites from the Bowersock stable as well as a showcase of new artists! We’ve moved our booth to boot, so stop by #30.

UNUSUAL NARRATIVES - Opening Reception Friday, September 2nd, 2016 / show runs through September, 15th

“Unusual Narratives” satiating the surrealistic deep appetite with Steve Bowersock and the fantastical whimsy of Carey Armstrong-Ellis is what’s on tap at Bowersock Gallery for the Labor Day Weekend show. Carey takes us on a journey into past remembrances as Steve pulls us into memory, but as well into other dimensions of being. They both have a tight hand which expertly navigates the canvas giving a realistic portrayal of all subjects, whether or not of this “earth.” Carey chooses to play with everyday toys and Steve uses his deliberate strokes to delve into other realms; bringing the realistic subject on a journey into the surreal.

COMPLICATED CONCEPTS & MODERN INTERPRETAITONS Friday, August, 26 2016, opening reception 7 to 9 p.m, runs through September 13th

Two solo exhibitions

The Bowersock Gallery's late summer exhibition features a rare run of two concurrent one-person shows; "Complicated Concepts" featuring the work of Christopher Pothier and "Modern Interpretations" with the art of Darlou Gams.
People tend to linger on the works of both artist, though for very different reason, Curator Steve Bowersock says. Pothier's work rattles back teeth and the mind, while holding the viewers’ attention hostage and demanding contemplation. Gams on the other hand soothes the disquieted spirit and takes viewers on a journey of an entirely different sentiment and tenor.