106 Prospect Street
Clara Angelina Diaz’s solo exhibition “Mixed Dreams: New Creative Abstracts” started the month of June on the blue wall that serves as the Out of the Blue Art Gallery’s exhibition space. From there, a few of her pieces will probably join the paintings of the 40 to 50 artists which make a changing kaleidoscope of the walls of this small, box-like gallery.
Out of the Blue is a neighborhood art gallery just down the street from that confluence of avenues and diversity that is Central Square. It also has roots in a number of local coffee shops (the 1369 Coffee House) and restaurants (Brookline Lunch, Middle East Café, All Asia Cuisine & Cocktail Bar and the Harding House) that cluster around the square and exhibit on their walls those painting which would overflow the limited spaces of Out of the Blue.
As a neighborhood gallery, much of their publicity comes from the buzz of its frequent openings, classes, readings, and, not the least, the vibrant sidewalk presence created by their eclectic show-windows.