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Donna Dodson and Andy Moerlein, The Intrepid Albatross, 20-foot-tall, 2017, bamboo, wire ties, recycled rubber, mirrors.


DONNA DODSON’S MAKING CONNECTIONS … IN TAIWAN

(In our September/October 2017 issue, Donna Dodson wrote of her experience at the Ringkobing International Woodcarving Symposium in Denmark. In this follow-up report, along with husband Andy Moerlein (collectively known as The Myth Makers), she travels to Taiwan for the International Marine Environmental Art where they create an outside sculpture as Artists in Residence at […]


Tracey Hayes at the Bromfield Gallery.

Tracey Hayes at the Bromfield Gallery.


CORNERED: TRACY HAYES DISORDER/REORDER AT THE BROMFIELD GALLERY

Boston, MA – Tracy Hayes’ first Boston solo show takes place this November at the Bromfield Gallery in the SoWa District. In her artist statement, she notes that her current work explores connections and the emergence of patterns in the intersections of lines, textures and values in her attempt to comprehend the contradictions and stressors […]


Kristin Stashenko, Intermission.


Stashenko at COSO: A Counterpoint to Negativity

KRISTEN STASHENKO: SPACES THROUGH DECEMBER 24 HOLIDAY SMALL WORKS NOVEMBER 9 THROUGH DECEMBER 24 COPLEY SOCIETY OF ART 158 NEWBURY STREET BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS By Lisa Mikulski The Copley Society of Art is offering two shows this holiday season for art lovers in the Boston area. Now show- ing through December 24 is Kristin Stashenko’s solo […]


A view from the top of the hill at Fruitlands Museum. From left to right: The Wayside Gallery, The Shaker Gallery, The Fruitlands Farmhouse, The Native American Gallery and The Art Gallery. Image courtesy of Fruitlands Museum, Harvard, Mass.


Paradise Found: Print and Palette at Fruitlands

TYPE FRUITLANDS MUSEUM 102 PROSPECT HILL ROAD HARVARD, MASSACHUSETTS PORTRAITS & PENMANSHIP: THE APPLETONS IN THEIR OWN WORDS THROUGH MARCH 28, 2018 A NEW VIEW: LANDSCAPES FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION THROUGH NOVEMBER 4, 2018 By James Foritano When we first parked and stepped out on grounds overlooking the Nashua River Valley, I felt a lot […]


LEFT: Richard Wilson and Mary Elizabeth Ward Wilson, about 1902 RIGHT: Hattie, Clarence and Louis Ward, about 1901


Art and Artifact: Bullard’s Portraits at WAM

TYPE REDISCOVERING AN AMERICAN COMMUNITY OF COLOR: THE PHOTOGRAPHS OF WILLIAM BULLARD WORCESTER ART MUSEUM 55 SALISBURY STREET WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS THROUGH FEBRUARY 25, 2018 By J. Fatima Martins When does a historic object become an art object? It is understood that objects move from history into the realm of art and culture when the object’s […]


Krzysztof Mathews, Hold The Line, virtual art, vector inkjet print.


Expect the Unexpected: Alri Members’ Show

TYPE ART LEAGUE OF RHODE ISLAND: 18TH ANNUAL ELECTED MEMBERS ART EXHIBITION BRISTOL ART MUSEUM 10 WARDWELL STREET BRISTOL, RHODE ISLAND By J. Fatima Martins A landscape of calm, with bursts of intellectualism and touches of emotive storm, is what you’ll find at Bristol Art Museum (BAM) in the 18th Annual Elected Members Art Exhibition […]


Downtown Framingham Mural Project, 2015-2016.


Framingham’s Renaissance Man: Sorin Bica Dreams Big

TYPE CYNTHIA ATWOOD: ALPHABET OF WEAPONS THOMPSON GALLERY CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL OF WESTON 45 GEORGIAN ROAD WESTON, MASSACHUSETTS By Brian Goslow As visibility for an artwork goes, Sorin Bica’s mural alongside the MBTA Commuter Rail stop at the junction of Routes 126 and 135 in Framingham, Massachusetts is about as good as it gets. The Downtown […]


Dan Herschlein, Not Yet Titled, 2017, wood, pigmented joint compound, paint, wax, buttons, 54”x 38”x 10”; JTT, New York, Basel Positions, 2017.


Examining Self and Community: Connecting at Art Basel Miami 2017

EVENTS ART BASEL MIAMI 2017 By Nancy Nesvet At Art Basel Miami Beach 2017, artists will lean, if not jump head first, into the narcissistic pool. You cannot blame them, with environmental disasters worldwide fighting for our attention, and calls for sympathy overwhelming. With hurricanes in Texas, Florida, the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, earthquakesin […]


Tim Christensen, Storm Coming, 2017, drypoint on paper.


One Great Performance Piece: Christensen at Sea

TYPE 30 DAYS AT SEA: NEW WORKS BY TIM CHRISTENSEN CENTER FOR MAINE CRAFT 24 SERVICE PLAZA DRIVE WEST GARDINER, MAINE By Taryn Plumb For 30 days, he was essentially a stow- away on a container ship set on a course thousands of miles across the open sea. The moody ocean vacillated between violence and […]


Rose Olson, Up Around The Sun, diptych detail, 2017, acrylic on wood, 30” x 30”.


Olson is in Pink: Hot is Cool at Kingston

TYPE ROSE OLSON: BRIGHT, COOL AND HOT KINGSTON GALLERY 450 HARRISON AVENUE #43 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS NOVEMBER 29 THROUGH DECEMBER 30 By Brian Goslow Just as thousands of artists have used the unique light of Provincetown as their inspiration and muse, so have painters on Massachusetts’ North Shore. Abstract painter Rose Olson, whose collection of “Bright, […]