Art Makes a City - artists from Roslindale and Hyde Park
February 23rd - May 31, 2017 (appointment only).
Reception with the artists on Thursday February 23, 2017 from 6-8 pm.
The public is invited to attend.
Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
415 Summer St. Boston, Ma, 02210.
this exhibition include: Phyllis Bluhm, Amy Joyce, Maria Conte, Donna Tessari,
Janice Williams, Alan De Mola, Glenn Williams, Sasja Lucas, Carol Ann Johnson,
Richard Pepp, John Crowley, and Mary Russell
Fog Bank, oil on board, 48" x
Skinny Dip, oil on board, 48" x 48"
Salon des Refuses
Monotype of New England member’s exhibit
In the spirit of the French Salon des Refuses exhibition that took place in Paris in 1863, our members have submitted a print that has been rejected by a juror and still remains a personal favorite.
May 4 – June 4, 2017
Opening Reception Thursday, May 4, 6-8pm
The Galleries at Kimball Jenkins Estate
266 North Main St, Concord, NY 0331
MONOTYPE GUILD OF NEW ENGLAND
Members Exhibition at
ZULLO GALLERY CENTER FOR THE ARTS
UNIQUE IMPRESSIONS VI
November 12, 2016 – January 7, 2016
Reception: Thursday, December 1, 6-8pm
456A Main Street, Medfield, Ma 02052, 508-359-3711
GALLERY HOURS: Saturday and Sunday, 12 – 5 pm
More Information: www.mgne.org
Image: Sasja Lucas Red Then Blue, monoprint silkscreen
A Small Show of Large Works
Juror: Dr. Annette Cohen, Professor of Fine Arts and Digital Design at Great Bay Community College
November 1, 2016 – January 26, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 3, 5-7pm
Gateway Gallery at Great Bay Community College
320 Corporate Drive, Portsmouth, NH 03801
Lake Region, monotype silkscreen, 30” x 44”
Zullo Gallery 22nd Annual Juried Exhibition
Juror: Irena Roman, A.W.S. Professor, Massachusetts College of Art and Design
September 17 - November 5, 2016
Artist reception: Saturday, October 1, 7- 9 pm
Zullo Gallery Center for the Arts
456 A Main St, Medfield, Ma 02052
Magic Stele, silkscreen
monotype, 30” x 43”
Magic Stele, silkscreen
monotype, 30” x 43”
19th Mini Print International Exhibition
Juror: Franklin W. Robinson
Frank was the Director of the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University from1992 until 2011 and director of the Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design for 13 years. He taught at Williams College (where he was director of the museum and the History of Art graduate program) and at Dartmouth College. Robinson earned a bachelor’s degree from Harvard College in 1961 and his master’s and doctoral degrees at Harvard in 1963 and 1970, respectively. He has written scholarly works, exhibition catalogs and three volumes of poetry.
November 4, 2016 – January 2017
Reception Friday, December 2nd, 2016
This show invites artists from around the world to submit prints no larger than 4”x 4”. A juried selection of the submitted prints for the 19th Mini Print International will be exhibited at The Ink Shop in 2016. Our recent Mini Print shows have attracted artists from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand as well as many artists from the United States.
The Ink Shop
Printmaking Center And Olive Branch Press
330 E. State St. Second Floor
Ithaca, NY 14850
Sasja Lucas, Pyramidal, 3”x 3” monotype silkscreen
Insider/Outsider Nation, The Other
7th Annual Zullo Gallery Arts Festival
Women Celebrate Art
Women’s History Month
March 1 - 31, 2016
Artist Reception: Friday, March 11, 4 – 5pm
Scollay Square Gallery, City Hall, Boston, MA
“Women Celebrate Art” is a multi-media visual arts exhibition that captures a slice of women artists working and creating in Boston. These artists are affiliated with one of two groups: The Friday Art Talkers and AAMARP (African American Master Artists in Residency Program). All the artists celebrate the fact that the process of creating art is a vital and sustaining force in their lives. They honor the past and embrace the future.
Sarah Kahn, Lisa Goren, Mardi Reed, Ann Turley, Mary Harman, Kerri Schmidt, Nancy Marks, Ginny Zanger, Mary McCusker, Gail Bos, Ellen Gower, Myrna Balk, Barbara Watkins, Cynthia Kollios, Sasja Lucas
Gloretta Baynes, Susan Thompson, L’Merchie Frazier
The Friday Art Talkers is a group of artists that meets one Friday a month in Boston. They support one another through the exchange of ideas based on their personal artistic endeavors. It is inquisitive and informative, challenging and comforting, personal and social, entertainment and business. Having met for several years, there is much evidence of change through experimentation and growing maturity. Their work displays this diversity.
The second group of artists is affiliated with AAMARP (African American Master Artists in Residency Program), an adjunct to the Department of African American Studies at Northeastern University. Located in a multi-media art space, which was founded to support working artists, they perfect their craft, display new work and engage the local, national, and international communities about the artistic achievement of African Americans and the African Diaspora. Their work reflects the confluence of traditional and current cultural influences.
On the Line
February 3 - April 16, 2016
Opening reception: Friday, February 12th, 5pm to 7pm
Gallery Talk: Feb 12th 6pm
jurors: Kathleen Bitetti, Chief Curator, Medicine Wheel Productions, and Dr. Barbara Lewis, Director Trotter Institute
Spoke Gallery, South Boston, MA,
110 K St, - 2nd floor South Boston, MA 02127
MBTA: Redline Broadway Stop- # 9 City Point Bus to K Street. Plenty of free street parking