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A piece by Masako Kamiya

A piece by Masako Kamiya


“Points of Departure” at Gallery Della-Piana

Abstract art can sometimes tap into our collective psyches and make the viewer think about life and art from a new perspective. In the new exhibition “Points of Departure” six artists take on non-objective art at the Gallery Della-Piana.


"Production Line"

"Production Line"


Karen Moss: What Remains

“Though comparisons will be made to early moralists and writers of fables, like Grimm and Aesop, Moss’s narratives are a clear departure from traditional fairy tales and storytelling. “


A look at the new gallery and it's first show "unscripted"

A look at the new gallery and it's first show "unscripted"


Fountain Street Fine Art Gallery

The opening of a new gallery is a culmination hard work, creative energies, business savvy and comes from a need to give to the art community.


"Approaching Jesus" a piece by George Shaw

"Approaching Jesus" a piece by George Shaw


The Galatea Fine Art Gallery in February

The Galatea Fine Art gallery will be presenting two artist’s work this February. George Shaw and Dominick Takis most recent solo works will be on display


Some work from Jeff Hull's upcoming show Quisquillious

Some work from Jeff Hull's upcoming show Quisquillious


Quisquillious

Rubbish is in the eye of the beholder and in Jeff Hull’s eyes it is anything but rubbish. Hull, a Boston based artist, brings to life pieces of what one would think is garbage and turns it into his own genius.


Cynthia Maurice, "Half Right on Health", ink.

Cynthia Maurice, "Half Right on Health", ink, an illustration for a NY Times Op Ed piece


It’s a Strange World

The times, they are a-changin’…and is that a good thing? The 21st century has ushered in so many changes it can be difficult to remember who we are and where our thoughts lie.


Agustín Patiño, San Francisco Art Studio.

Agustín Patiño, San Francisco Art Studio.


NetWorks: Celebrating Gallery Z’s 10th Anniversary and 100th Exhibition

Providence’s Gallery Z at 259 Atwells Avenue in the city’s Federal Hill neighborhood hits two milestones with its next exhibition. “NetWorks at Gallery Z:


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On Their Own: Brad Story’s “Aerodreams”

The Essex River estuary is an amazing collection of ecosystems, as well as a place to watch boats of all sizes and planes heading northward and toward Europe from Logan Airport – and the home of sculptor Brad Story, whose family has built ships for seven generations.



Scene from Death and the Powers at A.R.T.


American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) 2010/2011 Season



Scene from Death and the Powers at A.R.T.


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Open Studio vs. Working Studio


Image of the Sowa district
Image of the Sowa district