May 2018

Mapping the Trees in “Witnesses”

By admin on May 31, 2018

The woodland subjects and the compositions in Lucy Kalian’s “Witnesses” are noticeably bare—the trees hold no leaves, and every figure is surrounded by a vast stretch of white, negative space. While the pieces seem otherworldly with their remarkable beauty and ethereal qualities, Kalian’s works are inspired by real-life woodland figures. For example, after walking in […]


Ports of Call Award Winners

By admin on May 24, 2018

In every new small works exhibition, ten pieces are chosen to receive an award of merit. From still lifes to marine scenes, abstract to realist pieces, the awarded works represent our diverse range of artist members. Lori Mehta, The Golden Hour, oil, 9 x 9,” SOLD One of the figurative pieces to win an award […]


Witness the Beauty in Lucy Kalian’s Solo Show

By admin on May 17, 2018

Lucy Kalian’s solo show Witnesses opens today! Kalian’s graphite drawings of large and small woodland objects are now on view in the Upper Gallery and the Back Bay Room. The show’s title refers to majestic forms that act as ‘witnesses’ to the ever-changing ecosystem, as well as those who wander the woods to observe its […]


Co|So in Nature

By admin on May 10, 2018

In our upcoming small works show Ports of Call, nature is at the forefront! Take a look at some of the seaside artwork coming into the gallery on May 17th! Del-Bourree Bach, Quiet Sail, acrylic on panel, 8 x 8” Small Works: Ports of Call focuses on marine-inspired art, which features paintings of boats, sails, […]


Fresh Paint Week

By admin on May 3, 2018

Our week-long 30th Annual Fresh Paint fundraiser ends tonight with the Fresh Paint Gala and Silent Auction! An annual spring event, Fresh Paint includes plenty of spring-themed artwork and activities, from artists painting en plein air on Fresh Paint Day, to the floral arranging workshop “Florals and Fresh Paint.” Today we are looking back on […]