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Store view at League of New Hampshire Craftsmen in Litteton, New Hampshire.

Store view at League of New Hampshire Craftsmen in Litteton, New Hampshire.


Cornered: Michelle Allison, co-owner League of N.H. Craftsmen

Artscope managing editor Brian Goslow visited Littleton, New Hampshire’s League of N.H. Craftsmen at the Village Book Store and in preparing the wanderlust feature, he conducted this email interview with Michelle Allison, co-owner of the store with Beth Simon.



CORNERED: Jon Stroker, owner, BAD-ART, Littleton, NH

The September/October 2013 issue of artscope features wanderlust: Littleton, New Hampshire, which hosts its final Second Friday of the season this week and which will be holding its 44th Annual Littleton Art Festival on September 28 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Artscope managing editor Brian Goslow conducted an interview with BAD-ART gallery owner, Jon Stroker. Read more…


artscope interviews Karl Salia with 5RAA executive director Sheila Youmans.

Karl Salia with 5RAA executive director Sheila Youmans.


CORNERED: Karl Saila, chairman, Five Rivers Art Alliance

Named for the five rivers that encompass the Midcoast Maine region, The Five Rivers Arts Alliance covers 12 towns spread over 200 square miles with the stated mission to strengthen those communities through the arts, “by increasing awareness, knowledge, education, appreciation, participation and support for the arts and other cultural activities.” They certainly do that through a series of monthly ArtsWalks and annual festivals. Artscope’s Brian Goslow cornered chairman Karl Saila to talk about the organization, those events and this summer’s successes.


Garry Winogrand, Untitled (Woman in a Telephone Booth, New York), about 1972, gelatin silver print, Gift of the Schorr Family collection, 1991.280 © The Estate of Garry Winogrand, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco.


Conversation with the Curator: Winogrand’s Women are Beautiful at Worcester Art Museum

Interest in the work of Garry Winogrand has had a resurgence of late. With an exhibition of unpublished photographs at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMoMA) (March-June, 2013), inclusion in a street photography exhibition at the Smith College of Art Museum (July-October 6, 2013), and an exhibition of his portfolio “Women are Beautiful” (August-November 10, 2013) now on view at the Worcester Art Museum…



classified advertisements September/October 2013

Your work could be artscope’s next CENTERFOLD. Work by established and emerging artists welcome. For the January/February 2013 issue We will be accepting submissions of Animation. BONUS: In addition to placement in the centerfold, your animation video short clip will play the interactive digital edition. Please send up to three digital still images, minimum 300 […]


The Center for Contemporary Printmaking’s Miniature Print Exhibition

The International Miniature Print Exhibition feature work by 30 artists from across the globe.


The Center for Contemporary Printmaking’s Miniature Print Exhibition

With a magnifying glass in hand, I visited the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, Connecticut to explore an exhibition of mini prints. The 9th Biennial International Printmaking Exhibition features more than 800 miniature prints compiled from artists around the world.

Lining the walls of the Grace Ross Shanley Gallery is more than 225 prints of various shapes and small sizes. There are woodcut prints, digital prints, dry point with chine collé prints, lithographs and legion paper prints — just to name a few…



“Locally Made” at the RISD MUSEUM Showcases Rhode Island Artwork

With three galleries, and a participation of 300 artists, “Locally Made” is the Rhode Island School of Design Museum’s largest survey of work from the greater Providence area in more than 20 years. Continuing through November 3, “Locally Made” features demonstrations, collaborations and an exhibition of newly acquired work by 40 Rhode Island artists…



Alison Horvitz Talks Painting, Inspiration and the Future

By Newlin Tillotson Boston, MA – Artscope’s Newlin Tillotson spoke with abstract painter Alison Horvitz about her show “Room 325” at Galatea Fine Art in Boston. Alison explains her approach to abstract painting, inspiration and future projects in Artscope’s first podcast.     Alison Horvitz Audio


Book cover illustration in progress by artist Don Cadoret.


Review: South Coast Artists Open Studio Tour

A haven for artistic expression, the coastal towns of Tiverton and Little Compton, Rhode Island and Westport and Dartmouth, Massachusetts offer artists a close-knit community and a space for creativity. Each summer, the artists open their studios to art enthusiasts across New England for the South Coast Artists Open Studio Tour.


Wickford Art Festival, North Kingstown, RI


Review: 51st Annual Wickford Art Festival

Wickford Harbor in North Kingstown, R.I. welcomed more than 200 artists July 13 and 14 for the 51st Annual Wickford Art Festival. Booths lined the streets of the historic village exhibiting work by artists across New England and some neighboring states including New York and Pennsylvania.