October 2017

Kristin Stashenko’s Comforting Interiors

By admin on October 26, 2017

Indoor spaces are places where people seek comfort, warmth, and solitude. Kristin Stashenko’s solo exhibition, “Spaces,” explores how interior spaces reflect one’s continuous search for well-being. As an escape from the outside world, Kristin Stashenko’s interiors provide solace with their radiant, welcoming atmospheres. Kristin Stashenko, Mirror Image. Acrylic, 30 x 40.” In creating her paintings […]


Tribute to Childe Hassam

By admin on October 19, 2017

This week we are paying homage to renowned American impressionist painter, Childe Hassam, who was born on October 17th, 1859. As one of the artists who propelled impressionism into American consciousness, Hassam’s artwork continues to be treasured by collectors, artists, and museums today. Childe Hassam, Grand Prix Day, 1887. Oil on canvas. 61.28 x 78.74 […]


Modern Portraits

By admin on October 12, 2017

“Portraits in the Now” is our newest exhibition in the Upper Gallery! Through media such as charcoal, graphite, photography, and oil, this exhibition features a wide range of portraits by our artist members. Notably, many artists interpreted “in the now” differently—some chose a portrait image in a modernist style, while others created a portrait that […]


A Closer Look at Laureen Hylka’s Cape Ann Residency

By admin on October 6, 2017

Each year, an artist member at the Copley Society of Art is chosen to be the artist-in-residence at Cape Ann. Established by the Charles Family Foundation in 2014, in collaboration with the Cape Ann Museum and the Copley Society of Art, the residency gives Copley artists the opportunity to have a month-long stay on the […]