Featuring darker moods, by three female artists, 2 painters and a sculptorthe exhibit, will feature regionally renowned artists: painters Jayne Adams and Julie Cyr, along with sculptor Christopher Gowell. Each explores stronger and darker moods and situations, from rising storms, wild women, and others held in check.
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 July 2014 01:36
“By Design,” featuring painter Patricia Kaufman and assemblage artist Lauren Pollaro, will be drenched in color, a feast for the eyes.
If you like color, than this is the show to see. Former Provincetown great Henry Hensche is quoted as saying paintings are the visual music of the world. This exhibit, with all its rich, skillfully worked color, is a true symphony.
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 July 2014 01:27
Steve Bowersock’s paintings and Jeanne’ McCartin sculpture and sculpted emotion-tableaux, are about beauty with a hint of unease, stories told in visible speech; “an ongoing nonverbal conversations with the viewer that continually unfolds,” Bowersock, gallery co owner says. The show also introduces the bronze sculpture of Lauren Holmgren, whose work is similarly challenging.
Last Updated on Sunday, 06 July 2014 20:22
You can stake your claim. The show will feature quality art on small canvases done by four renowned regional artists.
Our goal for our tenth year is to put art in more homes. There is no better way to start or augment a collection that buying small. It’s a ‘take two they’re small’ affair, an art collector’s dream.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 June 2014 21:47