Encaustic Miniatures

By admin on October 12, 2016

    Encaustic miniatures: What is encaustic? From the Greek language “Encaustico”… to burn in: Encaustic combines beeswax mixed with pigment and resin melted and applied to a surface that is infused with heat. Opening October 13 and continuing thru December 24, the Red Room gallery features miniature encaustic works created by Robin Samiljan. The […]


Residency Programs: Nancy Colella

By admin on October 5, 2016

The Copley Society gives its artist members the opportunity to apply for residency programs through the FAWC in P-town and the Charles Family Foundation and the Cape Ann Museum in Gloucester, MA. This September, Nancy Colella was chosen to be the artist-in-residence in Cape Ann through the generosity of the Charles Family Foundation and the […]


Summer into Fall: Jeanne Rosier Smith at the Bank

By admin on September 28, 2016

The weather outside may be getting chilly, but we feel warm sunshine every time we look at one of Jeanne Rosier Smith’s lush paintings. Through October 2016, the Copley Artist has four beautiful pastel works on display at the Boston Private branch in the Prudential Center. The attention to detail is evident in every small […]


Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons: Upper Gallery Spotlight

By admin on September 21, 2016

María Magdalena Campos-Pons (b. 1959, Matanzas, Cuba) currently lives and works in Boston, MA. Her work belongs to numerous collections including the Museum of Modern Art (NY, NY), The Whitney Museum of American Art (NY, NY), and the National Museum of Fine Arts (Havana, Cuba). The Copley Society is honored to have three of her […]



By admin on September 14, 2016

A pen and ink series by Olivia Ives Flores, playfully conveys current American politics with a snarky, tongue and cheek approach to the campaign season. Her renderings greatly exaggerate the gestures and quirks of political candidates. “Lines Don’t Lie’ is a refreshingly imaginative sequence with titles that do not disappoint.    “Talk Rodeo,” “Super Pack,” […]


The Fall Lineup

By admin on September 7, 2016

After a week-long closure for installations prior to Labor Day, Co|So is ready to jump in to our exciting slate of fall exhibitions and events. This Saturday, September 10th, is the opening reception of two new exhibitions: La Cubana y el Cubano in the Upper Gallery and Beyond the Shore in the Lower Gallery. Curated […]


Ship to Shore Remarks

By admin on August 17, 2016

As the summer months come to a close, so does Ship to Shore in the Upper Gallery at the Copley Society of Art. This show has proven successful over its 6-week duration, impressing visitors to the gallery and being featured in magazines such as the Improper Bostonian and Artscope. The 36 featured works show the […]


Ship to Shore Spotlight

By admin on August 10, 2016

The works on display in the Upper Gallery embody a similar theme, Ship to Shore. Whether it is a nautical still life, a seascape, a salt-water marsh scene, or a summertime landscape, they embody the same motifs through various mediums, colors, sizes and the textures. Gary Davis, Doron Putka, and Don Dalton all thrive within […]


An Aesthetic Vacation

By admin on August 2, 2016

When looking for a place to relax and cool off in the summer months, Ship to Shore at the Copley Society of Art provides visitors with an aesthetic vacation. Stepping into the Upper Gallery, as Molly Hamill puts it in her review of the show in Artscope, will “evoke a distinct and welcome sense of […]


Natural Photography: The 2016 Summer Members’ Show

By admin on July 27, 2016

Photography is just one medium used by the artists featured in the 2016 Summer Members’ Show. The clarity of landscape depiction and focus on dramatic lighting used by Julian Cherubini, Mark Hopkins, and Judith Monteferrante illuminate the walls of the Upper Gallery.   Judith Monteferrante, Good Harbor Beach, digital photography, 20 x 14 inches Copley Artist […]