June 2018

Women and Water: Kat O’Connor’s Empowering Style

By admin on June 28, 2018

June 2018 has been a great month for Copley Master Kat O’Connor. She was awarded a renowned Drawing and Printmaking Fellowship from the Mass Cultural Council, and two of her works, “Quiet Enough for Color to Sound” and “The Second Surrender,” are featured in the 83rd Regional Exhibition of Art & Craft at Fitchburg Art […]



By admin on June 21, 2018

Looking at the work of Joe Norris, a winner of a merit award in the current “Ports of Call” exhibition, we are reminded of fauvism, abstract expressionism, and the artists that pioneered these periods. Turn Starboard After Light House 15 inches x 12 inches mixed media   After being initially drawn to the striking marks […]


A Tree Grows on Agassiz Road

By admin on June 14, 2018

Yesterday, artist member Lucy Kalian held an artist demonstration to coincide with her solo show “Witnesses.” Inspired by a nearby tree on Agassiz Road, Kalian created an original graphite drawing of the tree while sharing fascinating tips and techniques. Using graphite pencils, Stonehenge paper, and sketches for reference, Kalian drew a real-life tree she found […]


Petite Personalities

By admin on June 7, 2018

In Lucy Kalian’s solo show Witnesses, the majestic graphite trees overwhelm with their towering sizes and ethereal beauty. But just around the corner in the Back Bay Room, the walls are full of darling little acorns with whimsical personalities. Though smaller in size than the woodland figures in the Upper Gallery, these sweet acorns add […]