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July 4, 2013
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Celebrating the Art of Sculpture at Barn Workshop
in Danvers, Massachusetts now through September 13th
Following Your Dream by Melanie Zibit.
he current exhibition at the Barn Workshop
, presented as part of the yearlong celebration of their 40th anniversary, is packed with so many pieces of astonishing art that one place can't fit them all. Celebrating the Art of Sculpture
is behind held at two locations in Danvers, Massachusetts
and will feature more than 45 works by 29 artists and both indoor and outdoor sculptures. This exhibition is being held at the Barn Workshop Fine Arts and Crafts School
at 245 Maple Street, as well as the Peabody Institute Library of Danvers
at 15 Sylvan Street. Library Director Alan Thibeault
said, "The Peabody Institute is extremely pleased to host Celebrating the Art of Sculpture in collaboration with the Barn Workshop. Our beautiful grounds are a perfect place to view unique and interesting works of art. I hope that our citizens enjoy this summertime treat." Visitors to the exhibition will be able to experience monumental works as well as others pieces in different media. It is this personal and intimate quality of sculpture that makes the art form so palpable. The ability to examine each piece and its lines, structure and materials will help viewers connect to the sculpture and intuit the artists' intentions. "Even though the sculptures are very different, their size, structure and placement complement each other and create a cohesive presentation," said Michael Guadagno
, president of the Barn Workshop
and curator/organizer of the exhibition. The artists included in the exhibition are from all over New England and New York State and have exhibited both nationally and internationally. Some of the featured artists include Lindley Briggs
, Nancy Diefenbach
, Jerry Holmes
, Barrett Kern
, Claudia Olds Goldie
, Kim Radochia
, Dale Rogers
, Scott Stoll
, Melanie Zibit
and many more. Celebrating the Art of Sculpture
is on view now through Friday, September 13th
at both locations. The Barn Workshop
is also hosting an Open Studios
on Saturday, July 6th
. There will be demonstrations, tours of the studio and works for sale.
Sponsored by: BigTown Gallery, South Coast Artists, Western Avenue Studios, Crowell's Fine Art, Artist's Resource Trust (A.R.T.) Fund, Chandler Gallery and artscope Newsstand App
Through July 28: MASTERWORKS : SCULPTURE & PRINTS by HUGH TOWNLEY and from his personal collection: Atget, Dali, Dubuffet, Duchamp, Siskind, Westermann, Zadkine and others.
July 31 - Sept. 28: FOLK VISION Folk art from New England and beyond, by selected artists. Opening reception August 17, with filmmaker Jay Craven.
99 North Main Street
Rochester, VT 05767
W-F 10-5 Sa 12-5
South Coast Artists
10th annual South Coast Artists Studio Tours is scheduled for July 20-21 and August 17-18, from 11- 5. The tours showcase 77 artists in the coastal communities of Dartmouth and Westport, MA, and Tiverton and Little Compton, RI. This FREE tour is for the whole family, especially children.
For information, visit
Western Avenue Studios
Where you live/work can be inspiring! Join our creative community of 300+ artists. Live/Work LOFTS: average $1/sqft/month plus electric/water.
Work STUDIOS: $8.72/sqft/year plus electric/internet.
Free parking. Participate in monthly Open Studios.
122/160 Western Avenue
Lowell, MA 01851
Call 978-710-8605 to view available units
Crowell's Fine Art
Crowell's is exhibiting the photographs of artist Marilyn Szabo. A selection of photographs has been made from the large series of black and white images called "Uncomfortable Places." These images range from solemn to erotic, taking the viewer around the world both physically and emotionally. Showing through July 31st.
Crowell's Fine Art
382 Acushnet Ave
New Bedford, MA 02740
Ravine at Lori Warner Studio/Gallery
in Chester, Connecticut July 13th through September 30th
Ravine 1 by Kate Cordsen.
olo exhibitions at Lori Warner Studio/Gallery
don't happen very often, particularly because Warner
herself carefully considers the integrity and process of each artist's work. That's why her connection to the photography of Kate Cordsen
has led to the gallery's upcoming exhibition, Ravine
. "I felt an immediate excitement the first time I saw Kate Cordsen
's photographic work," Warner said. "Her huge, dramatic prints are widely collected and are often purchased by big name designers." Cordsen
's success has much to do with her instincts in emotional expression and transcendence. Her landscapes are, at first glance, simply meditative, but reveal impassioned and dramatic depths upon second and third looks. In a statement about her art, Cordsen
said, "My work boils down to a few fibers of form and emotion. I love the structure and shape of the landscape as well as the innocence. I hope that is conveyed in my work." Though she credits Whistler and Klimt as some of her most significant influences, much of Cordsen
's intuition and style comes from her travels. She lived in Manila as a young child when her father was a Peace Corps leader and later, before graduate school, in Japan for two years. "I am drawn to watery scenes particularly where the land and water meet." Despite her worldliness, Cordsen
has an intimate relationship to the Connecticut River Valley. "I have seen some extraordinary places these last few years but, truthfully, none that inspire as much as the Connecticut River Valley," she continued. The artist walks the trails in Lyme and Essex almost daily. "It is very impressive how much preserved land there is in this region. This series, Ravine
, started on the Ravine Trail in Lyme but ultimately was shot all over Connecticut and New York." If you'd like to see landscape through the eyes and lens of Kate Cordsen
will be on view Saturday, July 13th through Monday, September 30th
at Lori Warner Studio/Gallery
Rejuvenation at Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery
in Shelburne, Vermont now through August 13th
Dogwood (White-Red Tips) No. 2 by Jeri Lynn Eisenberg.
ummer brings with it new weather, nature and sights, and what often accompanies these is a fresh breath of air. Whether we feel refreshed by the sun that dances off our skin or excited for vacations and experiences, this season pumps new life into all that surrounds us. A similar occurrence is happening right now at Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery
in their 22nd Annual Summer Group Show. This year, the gallery is showing Rejuvenation
, a show of astonishing works by over 15 artists that resuscitate a desire within us that we never knew we had. Some of the featured artists in the exhibition include Annelein Beukenkamp
, Annemie Curlin
, Carolyn Enz Hack
, Philip Hagopian
, Lynn Rupe
and Gowri Savoor
also features Hudson Valley based photographer Jeri Lynn Eisenberg
, whose work focuses on the natural beauty of ordinary scenes near her home. "It is, rather, the common wooded landscape of my day to day life that captures my attention," Eisenberg
explained. Of her method, she said, "The very soft-focused, painterly images are printed digitally on Japanese Kozo paper, with the barest hint of color in certain values, reminiscent of traditional split-toned photographs. The large-scale prints are infused with encaustic medium, making the delicate paper at once both more translucent and better able to stand on its own." As described here, both Eisenberg
and her process are unique, so don't miss out on this opportunity to see her work for yourself. Rejuvenation
is showing now through Tuesday, August 13th
at Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery
in Shelburne, Vermont.
Artist's Resource Trust (A.R.T.) Fund
August 1st Deadline
Grants available in painting, sculpture, printmaking, or mixed media to mid-career artists with financial need in New England and Columbia and Northeast Dutchess counties, NY. Non-profit organizations wishing to show, commission, or purchase work by mature artists living in New England may also apply. Grants range from $2,000 to $10,000. Applications and artwork must be submitted through our online grant portal at
Deadline August 1st
800 N Main Street
PO Box 400
Sheffield, MA 01257
Deeki: Cambridge Nights
Works by Kara Fall
Dates: July 8 - August 23, 2013
Reception: Friday, July 26th, 6:00 - 8:00 PM
African Music by balafonist Balla Kouyate
Gallery Hours: Weekdays 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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