Topic: Opening (2 posts)

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Invitation:

On February 23, 2020 from 4-8 pm we are having a Poster Party at the studio at 119 Braintree Street, suite 320 in Allston, MA.

What is a Poster Party? We will have on hand posters of my images past and present on view and available for sale. Most posters are large, at 24 x 28 or 24 x 30 inches and are printed on site at the studio. By buying a poster you are supporting this artist and you get an image of mine for a bargain price ($50). We will print most posters on demand during the party and you will leave with your new poster rolled up in a tube. I am a big fan of high quality posters. They are inexpensive, and look great on your wall mounted and framed. We will have about 20 available for purchase.

So, please come! We will have something to drink and something to eat so you won't starve and I guarantee a great break from our long and cold winter. We  hope you'll join us.

Topics: Opening

Permalink | Posted January 25, 2020

I Love Your Space

555 Gallery in Boston has gone dark for a week as they are busy installing work for the new show,  I love Your Space, which opens March 5. This will not be your  average show, defined as nice work hanging well spaced and framed on the walls of a gallery or museum. In fact, as I've learned, this show won't have anything on its walls at all.

Boston does have a reputation of being "traditional", "stodgy"and "conservative". But none of those will apply to a show you view by looking at a hand held mirror to see prints hanging from the ceiling. This show might even be a little scandalous (dare I say that?). And even my work will be viewed from above looking down as though from a plane at the landscape and water below:

seen here being installed by Susan Nalband, the gallery's owner and Keith Waters, brought in to help with carpentry.

I don't know that my work has ever been shown before as horizontal pictures parallel with the floor. How cool is that?

The opening is Saturday March 7 from 5-8 pm and please note: It is really time to get off our collective asses and get out! This winter has been too long and we've been hunkered down as if in a siege. It is time for us to reclaim our city by getting out and doing stuff. Susan, her husband Ed and helpers throw a great party for an opening. I guarantee a good time. When was the last time you saw art hanging from the ceiling? Seriously, how can you not go to this one?

Want more info?

 Go: Here

Topics: 555 Gallery,reception,Opening

Permalink | Posted February 25, 2015