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Addison Gallery of American Art
Through March 7
“Currents/Crosscurrents: AmericanArt 1850–1950”
Through April 4
“Yoko Ono: Mend Piece”“Aphrodite Désirée Navab:Landmines of Memory”Through
“Robert Frank: The Americans”
April 11-July 31
“Mel Kendrick: Seeing Things inThings”
Hours: Fri. & Sat. 10 a.m.–5 p.m.;Sun. 1–5 p.m.
Augusta Savage Gallery at UMass Amherst
Online Digital Exhibitions
March 23–April 20
“Carolyn Mae Lassiter: A JourneyThrough My Heart & Mind”Vibrant and uniquely executedpaintings and drawings are inspired bydreams, spirituality, life in the country,family, and animals.
“JuPong Lin: Poetics of Repair – BeingEarth, Being Water”“Poetics of Repair” is a participatoryinstallation of poetry and papercranes and canoes, concocting amedicine of decolonial love to mendour ravaged world.
April 23–May 5
“Celebrating Brett – A Life in Art”“Pen and paper kept my child companywhile I worked in the theater. Armedwith colorful markers and stacks ofwhite paper, Brettney drew delightfulpictures of cats.” -Priscilla Page
Hampden Gallery UMass Amherst
Through May 14
“CURRENT | UNDERCURRENT”Co-curated by Linda Griggs andM. Charlene Stevens. A visualconversation relating to currentevents such as COVID-19, gender (LGBTQIA+, masculinity), racialjustice (Black Lives Matter), andclimate change.“Alicia Renadette: EnergyConstellation” Alicia Renadette is a multidisciplinary artist whose workcovers a range of approaches- fromsculpture/installation, to costume construction/performance, andmixed-media drawings.“Bruce Ackerson: Birds-Eye Views”Ackerson’s paintings aredistinguished by their high vantagepoints and richly textured surfaces.
The Art Complex Museum
The Board of Trustees of The ArtComplex Museum have decidedto close the museum until June,2021, or until such later time as theTrustees determine the museum canbe reopened safely. This was donedue to the impact of COVID-19 andconcerns about the safety of visitors,volunteers and staff.
Hess Gallery at Pine Manor
The Hess Gallery presents its firstever online Young FilmmakersFilm Festival. The documentary“Growing People” tells the storyof three sisters who combatfood insecurity while gaining aneducation working on an organicfarm. Directed by Dana Forsberg.
Visit the Hess webpage for viewinginformation. The physical galleryis closed: view online http://www.pmc.edu/hess-gallery
University Museum of Contemporary Art at UMass Amherst
Through April 2021
“Mirror Mirror: The Prints of AlisonSaar.” From the Collections ofJordan D. Schnitzer and His FamilyFoundation. Alison Saar, knownfor her powerful sculptures andprintmaking, employs a personalvocabulary informed by history,race, and mythology.“We Are For Freedoms” The UMCA has invited ten local and regional artists to depict theirinterpretations of freedom in originalposters.“Artifacts at the End of a Decade”Co-curated from the UMCA PermanentCollection by student curators JessicaScott and Jill Hughes.
Mitchell · Giddings Fine Arts
March 6–April 11
Highlighting three artists, weintroduce David Brewster, mixedmedia paintings. Also featured:David Rohn, watercolors, andGene Parulis, photographs.Hours: Fri.-Sat., 11 a.m.-5p.m.; Sun. 12-5 p.m., and byappointment. Please checkwebsite for gallery hour updatesand online exhibits. All workavailable online.
Nineteenth Arts Worcester Biennial: deadline March 26, 2021.
Juried by Beth C. McLaughlin is Chief Curator of Exhibitions and Collections at Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, MA. Winner of Sally Bishop Prize receives solo exhibit at Worcester Art Museum and $1,000 award. Over $2,000 in additional prizes. Membership ($55 annually) required; $15 per submission (up to 3 permitted). Exhibition runs June 3 through August 1, 2021. Information and links online at http://artsworcester.org/ artist-opportunities. Dates are subject to change. Please visit our website for updates.
Hours: Thurs. – Sun., 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
April 1-June 4
Mikel Glass – “Parity”A show of contrasts withintraditional portraiture. Once anhonor primarily bestowed uponthose of power and privilege,Glass focuses equal attention onthose without status to revealtheir inner dignity to thosewho might otherwise choose toignore them.
Virtual Exhibition –milton.edu/exhibit
Hours: Mon.–Fri., 9 a.m.–4 p.m.(Open only to Milton AcademyCommunity-Closed on school holidays)
LaiSun Keane Gallery
April 15-May 29
“Michael C. Thorpe: MeanderingThoughts.” Michael C. Thorpe’swork reflects on his journey froma college basketball player tobecoming an artist. His work standsuniquely on its own for its rulebreaking in quilting convention andas a man in a field dominated bywomen.
Artist Reception April 17 &18, 4-6 p.m.
Hours: Wed.-Sat., 12 – 6 p.m.; Sun. 1 -4 p.m. or by appointment.
New Bedford Whaling Museum
June 24 – October 31
“A Wild Note of Longing: AlbertPinkham Ryder and a Century ofAmerican Art”Masterworks of Ryder, oneof the most prominentinfluences on American modernexpressionism. The first Ryderexhibition since 1990 at theSmithsonian American ArtMuseum. Catalog by the sametitle available now.
Art Center Gallery at Anna Maria College
“Faculty Spotlight: Dyan Gulovsen”
Through March 12“27th Annual Secondary SchoolExhibition ,“
check annamaria.edu for Virtual Exhibition
February 10 – April 16“Christina Pitsch, InstallationWorks”
April 28 – May 7“Senior Exhibition 1”
May 12 – May 21“Senior Exhibition 2”
Contact David Wackell: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gallery Director DarrellMatsumoto: email@example.com
Burlington City Arts
“Bubblegum Pop,” a group of Vermont,national, and international artistsmerging popular and consumerculture with fantastical themes.“Falling into Language, a Travelogue,”an immersive installation by Vermontartist Kaylynn TwoTrees.
Hours: Wed. – Fri., 12 – 5 p.m., Sat.,12 – 8 p.m.
Attleboro Arts Museum
The following are in-galleryexhibitions:
“By Hand – Illuminating the BondBetween Artist and Material.”
May 18 – June 3“High Art – Dreamscapes,”showcasing the talent and ideas ofhigh school students.
June 16 – July 15“Real or Imagined,” a national juriedexhibition.
Visit our website for themuseum’s visitor health and safetyguidelines.
Danforth Art Museum at Framingham State University
Through September 12“Lori Schouela: SuspendedLandscapes”“Wonderscape” featuring work byAdria Arch, Dana Filibert, NancyHayes, Alyssa Minahan and NeilWilkins
Permanently on view: “In the Studio: Meta VauxWarrick Fuller”
See website for hours, toregister for timed tickets andvirtual programming, andexplore membership options.
May 12 – June 12
“AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY”An exhibit by the leaders andpartners of ArtSpace Maynard.Original work from ArtSpace’sStaff, Board of Directors, Artistin-Residence, Partners, and YouthProgram participants.Staff: Jerry Beck, Joel Bourgeois,Dawne Osborne, Anda Veverbrants;Board of Directors: Tim Hess,Raquel Bauman, Gail Erwin, PamGoncalves, Gwen Murphy, ZannahNoe; Artist-in-Residence: JenniferMaestre; Partners: Jason Daniels,Maro Hogan, Matt Sheehan.
Reception: Saturday, May 15, 2 – 4p.m. (timed entry).
To learn about more ArtSpaceactivities, read the latestnewsletter at: https://bit.ly/3qogmU1.
Fitchburg Art Museum
Through June 6
Last chance! Don’t miss the finalweeks of the special exhibitions“The BIG Picture: Giant Photographsand Powerful Portfolios” and “Clothis Money Textiles from the Sahel” onview through Sunday, June 6.
Opening Saturday, June 26Save the date for the “85thRegional Exhibition of Art and Craft.”One of the oldest juried exhibitionsin New England, this special showcelebrates the talent of the artistsin our local community. Visitfitchburgartmuseum.org to learnmore and plan your visit.
Hours: Wed. – Fri., 12 – 4 p.m.;Sat. – Sun., 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery, College of the Holy Cross
Through May 21
“The Senior ConcentrationSeminar Exhibition 2021.” TheSenior Concentration SeminarExhibition 2021 will feature worksby Isabel Dawson, ElizabethLarkin, Kiera MacAneney,Yekaterina Martin, Grace Peluso,Fernando Torralba, Jose TenorioVillagomez, Jasmine Williams,and Simeon Lloyd Wingard. Thisyear, works will once again be onview in the gallery, following the 2020 virtual only presentation.
Off campus visits by appointment,please firstname.lastname@example.org
Cahoon Museum of American Art
Through May 29“Scott Prior: Illuminations”
Through June 5“Jackie deRuyter | Kate Nelson:Shape Shifters”
June 9 – September. 19“Duncan Johnson: UnderConstruction”
June 16 – October 3“Ethan Murrow: The Greenhouse”Through December 22“In the Studio with the Cahoons”
Hours: Through June 5: Thu.– Sat.,10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
June 9 – Dec. 19: Wed. – Sun., 10a.m. – 4 p.m.
6 Bridges Gallery
April 8 – May 15
“Rest & Reflect” Sue KimLucchini, peaceful landscapes,meditations and poetry.“Tree Story,” Gail Erwin,sentinels offering quietprotection and solace.
May 19 – June 26“The Simple Life,” ErnieStonebraker, paintingsreflecting simpler times.“Splish, Splash and Pour,” JulieSmith L’Heureux, foods andliquids in motion.
Southern Vermont Arts Center
Yester House“All Member Exhibition: Spring/Summer 2021”May 8 – June 27“Force”A collaboration with Salem ArtWorks that brings some of themost progressive contemporaryartists working today to SVAC’sgalleries and outdoor spaces.
Hours: Tues. – Sat., 10 a.m. – 5p.m.; Sun., 12 – 5 p.m.
LexArt: Lexington Arts and Crafts Society
May 15 – June 13
11th Biennial State of Clay, Ajuried show, featuring 62 ceramicartists with ties to the stateof Massachusetts. Juror JuliaGalloway is a professor at theSchool of Visual and MediaArts, College of Arts and Media,University of Montana (Missoula).
Virtual Artist Reception: May 23from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Exhibit Hours Wed. – Fri., 12 – 4 p.m.;Sat. & Sun 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.Molly Harding Nye Gallery atLexArt.
Fuller Craft Museum
May 15 – September 12
“Beyond the Walls: Sculpturefrom the New England SculptorsAssociation” Features livelyartworks throughout Fuller CraftMuseum’s outdoor display areasthat integrate novel forms, powerfulnarratives, eclectic uses of material,and creative techniques.
Hours: Tues. – Sun., 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
June 2 – August 29
“Revisiting America: The Prints ofCurrier & Ives”June 2 – October 11“Peter Kirkiles: At Scale”June 2 – October 17“Painting a Nation: America Art atShelburne Museum”June 26 – October 17“New England Now: People”Virtual exhibition: “MaryCassatt’s Impressions:Assembling theHavemeyer Art Collection”
Hours beginning June 2: Wed -Sun, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Montserrat College of Art Galleries
Founders Gallery:May 10 – May 16“Senior Thesis – Sarah Gilberg & EmilyDavis”
Montserrat Gallery:May 3 – May 22“All Senior Show”
301 & Frame 301 Gallery:Through May 3“Interior/Exterior Student Show I”
301 & Frame 301 Gallery:May 10 – May 22“Interior/Exterior Student Show II”
301 Gallery:May 31 – July 12“Will Weygint”
Frame 301 Gallery:May 31 – July 12“Josh Beckett”
Montserrat & Schlosberg Gallery:June 5 – July 3“Inspired Views”
Free outdoor exhibitions:PATHWAYS (on the MinutemanBikeway near Spy Pond) includingPersistence, Michelle Lougee’sinstallation crocheted from plasticbags; Colony II & III by ChristopherFrost; ExtraOrdinary Birds, ResaBlatman. ARBOREAL ATTIREsculpture by Leslie Wilcox at theJason Russell House. GO OUTDOORSNEIGHBORS, various artists &locations.
REFLECTING ON OURPANDEMIC EXPERIENCE by AIRNilou Moochhala, opening June 10 inMenotomy Rocks Park.
The Umbrella Arts Center
The Umbrella Artfest is anexpansive, three-week spring artscelebration featuring a galleryexhibition, musical performances,Open Studios demos, publicart installations and creativecommunity events all aroundConcord, MA. Combines virtual,asynchronous self-guided, andsafe in-person timed activities,guided by the new UmbrellaArtfest App.
Online and Indoorsby Appointment: “ArtFest ArtAuction – More than 50 artists”.
Outdoors: “Here Comes theSun,” multimedia lighting andsculptural installation (throughMay 16);
“Outdoors Open Studiosand Ceramics Demos” (May 1 – 2,8 – 9);
“Change is in the Air”:Public Art Walk, starting at TheUmbrella, 40 Stow Street, and ingreenspaces throughout Concord(through May 31).
Atlantic Works Gallery
May 8 – June 12“Light and Shadow/Drawings 1990-2020,” Dan Hofstadter, “A Study inContrasts,” Carmen Sasso
June 17 – August 19“Friend Zoned,” AWG members andguests.
May 29 & June 26, 8 p.m.“Full Moon Fever,” Ian Babylon, livestream only.
See www.atlanticworks.org for moreinformation.Hours: Fri. – Sat., 2 – 6 p.m. or byappointment.
Yale University Art Gallery
The Gallery’s encyclopedicholdings range from ancient timesto the present day and representcultures from around the globe.
Opening September 10, 2021: “Onthe Basis of Art: 150 Years ofWomen at Yale.”
Please visit theGallery’s website for hours andticket information.
May 5 – May 30
Opening Reception: Friday, May 7,5 – 8 p.m. “Bycatch”, Elif Soyer“Korondaşlar”, Ayşe Goloğlu“Gathering: Homage to Tree andHome”, Ann Wessmann
June 2 – June 27Reception: Friday, June 4, 5 – 8 p.m.“풍경 Pung-Gyeong MovingScenery”Jeesoo Lee “Samatha: Stillness inthe Chaos”Ponnapa Prakkamakul “Graft”On-Kyeong Seong
Reception: Friday, June 4, 5 – 8 p.m.
Hours: Wed. – Sun., 12 – 5 p.m
Providence Art Club
May 9 – May 28
Maxwell Mays Gallery:“Ralph Bucci, FSC, Kate Chute,and Martha Mullen Taradash”
Castelnovo Gallery:Connor Gewirtz: “Changeling”
Dodge House Gallery:“Around The World PhotographyExhibition”
May 30 – June 18
Maxwell Mays Gallery:“National Open Juried Exhibition”
Castelnovo Gallery:Sandra Basile “Out of Many, One”
Dodge House Gallery: Nancy Gaucher-Thomas and DanRead: “A Momentary Lapse ofReason”
June 20 – July 9
Maxwell Mays Gallery:Bill Breidenbach, Bob Lavoie andMarilyn Saabye
Castelnovo Gallery:“Print Highlights from TheCollection”
Dodge House Gallery:“Hot Type Print Portfolio”
Hours: Sun. – Fri., 12 – 4 p.m. eachday. Closed Saturdays.
(401) 331-1114 ext. 5
Newport Art Museum
Through June 6
“Digital Breath: Video andSound Art in the Age of GlobalConnectivity”Donna Ferrato: Selections from“Living with the Enemy”
June 5 – August 22“Fame”
May 22 – August 1“Call & Response 2021”
July 17 – October 31“Hair Stories”
Fairfield University Art Museum
Virtual Exhibitions and Programming
“Birds of the Northeast: Gulls to GreatAuks:” https://www.fairfield.edu/museum/birdsofthenortheast/ This exhibition exploresenvironmental issues through avianart from the early 19th centurythrough the present day.
“By Design: Theater and Fashion inthe Photography of Lalla Essaydi:”https://www.fairfield.edu/museum/lallaessaydi/This exhibition provides a uniqueopportunity to appreciate Essaydi’sMoroccan-inspired fashion sense andtheatrical skills.
“Howard Skrill: Monumental Follies:“https://www.fairfield.edu/museum/skrill/This exhibition explores the creation,removal and absence of controversialpublic monuments in this country.
For information on museum virtualprograms visit: https://www.fairfield.edu/museum/programs/index.html
Hours: Closed to the public for inperson visits until further notice.
May 15 -June 19
“Turmoil and Transformation”Juried by Francine Weiss, theNational Juried Exhibition“Turmoil and Transformation”showcases artists from acrossthe nation responding to theturmoil of 2020 and visions ofthe future. The exhibit examinesthe emotional, spiritual, andphysical effects of the turmoil andhow these might manifest intotransformation.
Hours: Wed. – Fri., 1 – 5 p.m.; Sat.1 – 4 p.m.
New Britain Museum of American Art
The New Britain Museum ofAmerican Art welcomes all peopleto enjoy our lovely, peacefulgalleries as they explore Americanart through our permanentcollection, special exhibitions, andincredible programs.
Much moreinformation and timed tickets atnbmaa.org
Through May 23:“Helen Frankenthaler: Late Works,1990-2003.”
Coming May 13:“NEW/NOW Jennifer Wen Ma: AnInward Sea.”
The SoWA Artists Guild
First Friday is on again at the SoWaArtists Guild, 450 Harrison Ave,Boston.
Many studios will be openFriday, May 7, 5 – 9 p.m. and Friday,June 4, 5 – 9 p.m.
Second Sunday is also back atSoWa Artists Guild, 450 HarrisonAve, Boston. May 9 and June 13, 11a.m. – 4 p.m.
Through June 30“Built Beauty: Structure andAdornment in Boston,” John J.Moakley Courthouse, 1 CourthouseWay, Boston. Exhibit of artworksby Paula Ogier printed onmetal. Interpreting the beauty ofstructural and decorative elementsfound in Boston.
Public Hours areMon. – Fri., 8:30 a.m.- 5 pm.May – October
“Reflection,” curated by ChristinePalamidessi, virtual opening onthe website: clippershipwharf.com,open to the public, depending onCOVID. ClipArt Gallery, 65 LewisStreet, East Boston.
Three personexhibit with artists, KatherineDowney Miller, Jeannie Motherwelland Wendy PrellwitzThrough May 22“PIVOT,” The South Shore ArtCenter in the Bancroft Gallery,Cohasset, presents a NationalExhibition. Juror, Katherine French,Director of Catamount Arts, VT, made selections. Includes work byBeverly Rippel.
ByAppointment: to make an appointment,email: Info@mwponline.org.
Museum of Russian Icons
Through July 18
“PAINTED POETRY: ALEXANDERGASSEL, A RETROSPECTIVE.”Blending the avant-garde withtraditional Russian iconography,Russian-born, American artist,Alexander Gassel creates vividpaintings that reflect his culturalheritage alongside his lifeexperience in America.
Hours: Fri. – Sun., 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.by appointment.Closed Mon. – Thur.
June 12 – October 10
“The Amazon Rainforest: Beauty •Destruction • Hope”
June 27 – October 31“Chain Reaction: The Photographyof Patrick Nagatani”
Hours: Tues. – Sun., 9:30 a.m. – 5p.m. Advance reservations required fortimed ticket entry
Through September 12
“Constructing Poetry: SculpturalWork by Don Gummer.”
Opening June 26“Springfield Photographic Society.”In the Islamic Gallery: StevenNaifeh’s “Uzbek Blue VII,” 2012.
One admission: five museums,including the Amazing World of Dr.Seuss Museum.
Hours: Tues. – Sat., 10 a.m – 5p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Boston Sculptors Gallery
May 5 – June 6
“Amazons Among Us” DonnaDodson with Trina Baker, KlediaSpiro and Melchor Hall“wood stone poem” Andy Moerleinwith Mary Graham and JooLeeKang.
First Friday Receptions May 7& June 4, 5 – 8:30 p.m.
Opening June 9Eric Sealine “Peripheral Vision” andPeter DeCamp Haines “Visitors.”Artists’
Reception Saturday, June19, 2 – 5 p.m.
First Friday Reception,July 2, 5 – 8:30 p.m.
Hours: Wed.-Sun., 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Galatea Fine Arts
May 7 – 30Barbara Eskin: “still…LIFE”George Shaw: “Ad Tempus”Carolyn Letvin: “Ruminations On a Ruminant”James Cole: “Esoterica Etcetera”.
Reception: May 7, 6 – 8 p.m.
June 4 – June 27Youngsheen A. Jhe: “Nonetheless”Frank Capezzera: “Freedom to Search”Vicki Paret: “Encounters”Carol Wontkowski: “Blooming”
Reception: June 4, 6 – 8 p.m.
Hours: Sat. – Sun., 12 – 4 p.m. & byappointment
Through May 22
Jo Ann Rothschild: “Hope for thefuture”
May 29 – July 3Dorothea Van Camp: “Breach,”
Opening Reception: Saturday, May29, 2 – 5 p.m.“July: Rob Roy”
Masks Required. See Website forZoom presentations.
Hours: Fri. – Sat., 12 – 5 p.m.
Worcester Art Museum
Through January 16, 2022
“What the Nazis Stole from RichardNeumann (and the search to get itback)” follows a family’s decadeslong effort to regain their artwork.
Opening June 12“The Iconic Jersey: Baseball xFashion” examines the Americanstyle uniform shirt in the sport, onthe runway and in daily life.
Hours: Admission is by timed entryand advance ticket only.Wed., 12 – 4 p.m.;Thurs. – Sun., 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. ;Members only: Wed., 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
May 5 – 30“Out of Nowhere.” Paintingsby Marcia R Wise and MelissaShaak, with sculptural and videoelements.
June 2 – 27“Material Witness.” Sculptureby Virginia Mahoney and SylviaVander Sluis evokes humanexperience.
Hours: Sat. & Sun., 12 – 4 p.m. andby appointment. Visit fsfaboston.com for schedule updates.
June 4 – June 20
StoveFactory Gallery is pleased toannounce an exhibition of Donald C.Kelley, “Works on Paper.”We will be following the currentrestrictions during Covid-19.
Please go to our website: (www.artistsgroupofcharlestown.com/event) for online viewing andappointments.
June 4 & 5, June 12 & 13, June19 & 20. Check out artists groupof Charlestown Instagram formembers participating virtual artdemonstrations and more!!!
Stay well and creative!!
Hours: Sat. – Sun., 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.;Weekdays by appointment callgallery.
Through May 15
BAA Members’ Exhibition,“REcycle, REmake, REimagine”.
May 27 – June 26“Urban Sketchers, Drawings aroundBoston”Please check website for latestCOVID information.
Hours: Thurs. – Sat., 12 – 5 p.m.
National Association of Women Artists, MA (NAWAMA)
New Bedford Art Museum
Through May 30
“Passage of Time: Teen ArtistInternship Program 2021”
May 1 – November 14“Uncommon Threads: The Worksof Ruth E. Carter”
Hours: Thurs. – Sun., 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
The Guild of Boston Artists
“Brighter Traces – Spring Exhibition.”
May 1 – 29“Annual Members Juried Exhibition,”an invitation to the Guild’smembership to submit their bestwork to compete for awards.
June 5 – 26“Braking for Beauty: New Paintingsby Mark Shasha” is based onthe popular “brake” series ofbumper stickers and signals theartist’s penchant for stoppingspontaneously during his travelsto capture the beauty of hissurroundings.
Hours: Tues. – Sat. 10:30 a.m. -5:30p.m.
May 7 – June 13
“Float”, a solo show by local artistLori Mehta. Mehta’s paintingsexplore light, shape, and form. Fullof both bright and sensitive color,Mehta invites the viewer to findbeauty in the everyday and toremember the joyous freedomsassociated with summer.
Open First Fridays, Saturday 12 – 5p.m., Sun. 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. & byappointment (Spring Hours)
Hood Museum of Art
Now offering virtual 3D gallerytours: all who have been unable tovisit due to Dartmouth’s COVID-19campus restrictions can enjoyexhibitions from home! Go onlineto explore José Clemente Orozco’smural cycle “The Epic of AmericanCivilization.” Stay connectedvirtually while we work to welcomeyou back! Watch our website forupdates
Loomis Gallery is a newcontemporary art gallery locatedin Kittery, Maine. Artist’s currentlyfeatured for our spring exhibitinclude Brenda Cirioni, TatianaFlis, Marie Craig, Cherie Clinton,Lee Gordon, Christina Beecher,Mary Marley, Rebecca Skinner,Alexandra Rozenman and othersincluding owner Anita Loomis.
Hours Wed. – Fri. 10 a.m. to 4p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. or byappointment.
Copley Society of Art
May 6 – June 6 Lucy Kalian: “Almost Botanical”
May 6 – August 29“Small Works: SeaPort”
June 17 – July 18“National Show: Connected Land& Sea”
Hours: Tues. – Sat. 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.,Sun. 12 – 5 p.m.
Coastal Contemporary Gallery
“May Salon” In-Person
OPENING EVENTSaturday, May 15th from 6 – 8 p.m. CCGkicks off its fourth year in business. A salonstyle anniversary exhibition features a largeselection of artworks by represented artistsalong with new additions to the family.The gallery continues to bring a uniqueand edgy vibe to the historic sea townof Newport with emerging, established,regional and national artists.“June Salon”
In-Person OPENING EVENTSaturday, June 19th from 6 – 8 p.m.Featuring a selection of exceptionalcontemporary artworks with a virtual tourto follow.
Check website for updates and hours.
Sun Stone Studio
An offspring of Three StonesGallery, Sun Stone Studiois a new venue with its owndistinct sensibility. The spacefeatures two areas — one withpainting, mixed media and smallsculpture; the other with fine artphotography. Handmade jewelry,woven textiles, turned wood, andselected paper items completethe collection.
Hours: Sun. – Mon., 12 – 5 p.m.;Tues. – Sat., 11 a.m.- 6 p.m.
Williams College Museum of Art
July 2 – August 15
“1972 Munich Olympics: Art andPropaganda”: This exhibitionexplores the roots of the MunichOlympic design aesthetic and its underlying politics, sheddinglight on the complexities ofvisual materials made to serveas both art and propaganda.Organized (and postponed) intandem with the 2020 TokyoOlympic Games, the exhibitionaims to draw attention to thecorrespondences betweensports, art, and politics.
Dedee Shattuck Gallery
Through May 30
“Eyes as Big as Plates: A SecondLook at the Work of Riitta Ikonenand Karoline Hjorth.”
THERE WILL BE NO RECEPTIONFOR THIS EXHIBIT.
June 4 – 27“Foragers”Ben Kinsley, Betsey Powel, ElodyGyekis, Erik Hoffner, JenniferAnne Tucker, JP Powel, RiittaIkonen, Shelley Lawrence.
PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITEFOR RECEPTION INFORMATION.
Hours: Wed. – Sat., 10 a.m. – 5p.m.; Sun. 12 – 5 p.m.
South Shore Art Center
Bancroft Gallery:Through May 22“Pivot,” a national show juried byKatherine WelchGallery Artist SPOTLight: MaryMarley
June 3 – July 10“Fugitive Colors” curated by KathaSeidman and Laurie KaplowitzManning Gallery Feature: DorothyAmore Pilla
July 17 – July 24Solo Exhibition, works by SergioRoffo
Hours: Mon. – Sat., 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Wayside GalleryThrough August 22
“Homebound: Fiber Paintings by KaraPatrowicz” captures the interplay ofdaily activities, family life, technologyand the COVID-19 pandemic.Patrowicz blends fiber and paintingtechniques in depictions of domesticsubjects. These works embody her search for the sublime in the quietrituals and mundane messes ofparenthood.