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Installation view from "Walk Into My Heart"


“Walk Into My Heart”: An Installation by Deborah Bohnert

Artist Deborah Bohnert invites her guests to take a “Walk Into My Heart” as they fully immerse themselves into a new imagined environment created by personal experiences…


“Ascension” series, collage and mixed media on wood, by Ekua Holmes.


Egyptian Moments, Roxbury Connections at the AIC Center

The work of five Roxbury artists has traveled to Back Bay’s American Islamic Congress for Discover Roxbury’s latest exhibition, “Egyptian Moments, Roxbury Connections.” Inspired by Egypt but grounded in the artists’ Roxbury roots…


"Sabath Stroll," brass, by Nancy Schön.


Less is More for Nancy Schön at Kolbo Fine Judaica Gallery

Familiar only with her public sculpture — namely one bronze mother duck and the trail of cheerful baby ducklings waddling along behind her in Boston Public Garden — I was intrigued by the radically different offering on view at Kolbo…


A Ball of Wax found in Provincetown gallery Windows this weekend


The International Encaustic Conference Hits Provincetown

The motto of this year’s Sixth International Encaustic Conference is “All Waxing, No Waning” and from the sound of things, there will be no waning at this year’s conference.


David Golber, VM '98 Hardanger Fiddle

David Golber, VM '98 Hardanger Fiddle


Back to Basics at North Bennet Street School

I have to admit something. Kindles/Reading tablets and their ilk frighten me. I know, one day I will probably have to use one, since book stores are closing left and right, but there is something precious about holding a book in your hands. The feel, the smell, wondering who has read the book before you, or, if you’re so lucky to have a first edition think about the history of that particular book and where it comes from. That is why I find the non-profit North Bennet Street School so fascinating.



Cornered: Interview with Marilyn Kalish of The Vault Gallery (Part Two)

The “cornered” feature in the May/June 2012 issue of artscope features J. Fatima Martins’ interview with Marilyn Kalish, owner of The Vault Gallery in Great Barrington, Mass. Space restrictions didn’t allow us to run the full interview in the issue so we’re sharing the portion that didn’t make it into the magazine here.


Oliver holds his breath in the back yard. Peace Dale, RI 2010. Photograph: archival ultrachrome ink on Hahnemuhle Bamboo rag paper, with uv laminate. 12 x 12 inches.


Mother Nature Inspires a Mother in Nature

Mother Nature is all around us, but very few of us take the time to appreciate her. When we aren’t busy with work or family, we busy ourselves with computer screens, television screens, cell phone screens and any thing that can screen our sight of the great outdoors.


101 Photos for Press Freedom

101 Photos for Press Freedom


Exculsive artscope interview with Magnum photographer Thomas Dworzak

The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University is hosting “101 Photographs for Freedom of the Press: Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Reporters Without Borders,” an exhibition of works by over 60 MAGNUM photographers to support the worldwide initiatives of Reporters Without Borders in defense of freedom of the press from March 21 through April 22 at the main gallery at Lesley University, 700 Beacon Street, Boston.

One of those participating photographers, Thomas Dworzak, who joined Magnum Photos in 2000 and became a full member of the organization in 2004, conducted an email interview with artscope managing editor, Brian Goslow.


Ben Silva at the MassArt Garden Lab

Ben Silva at the MassArt Garden Lab


My MisAdventure at the MassArt Garden Lab

Here I was, sipping a shot of wheatgrass in Brant Gallery of the Garden Lab Project at the Mass College of Art and Design. It was a giddy group and motley as today’s students, even teachers, will be. But if it lacked the decorum of dinner jackets and white tie, at least, I consoled myself, with the belief it bristled with integrity.


Brook Gruber, "Albert."

Brook Gruber, "Albert."


Eighth Annual Juried Colleges of Worcester Consortium Art Exhibit at ARTSWorcester

In the early days of February, the ARTSWorcester gallery in downtown Worcester opened its doors to the Eighth Annual Juried Colleges of Worcester Consortium Art Exhibit. This show is a unique blend of paint, sculpture and photography by a number of young artists studying at schools around the city.