July 2018

Vibrant Dauge Kaufman Can Brighten a Rainy Day

By admin on July 28, 2018

Hanging in the back window of the Anchors Aweigh exhibition, Copley Artist Beatrice Dauge Kaufman’s abstract work Imagine this Orange Ship is Underway offers a brilliant contrast to the recent glum weather. Imagine this Orange Ship is Underway currently hangs in the exhibition “Summer Members Show: Anchors Aweigh” Its plethora of contrasting colors encourages moments […]


Pictures of James McNeill Whistler’s 1904 Memorial Exhibition

By admin on July 19, 2018

This past Tuesday marked the anniversary of the death of James McNeill Whistler. Born in Lowell, Massachusetts, Whistler was a realist artist known for his remarkable landscapes, portraits, etchings, and lithographs. Whistler firmly believed in “art for art’s sake,” a motto coined by French philosopher Victor Cousin, emphasizing artistic beauty over deep, socio-political themes.   In […]


Newbury Street Becomes a Canvas

By admin on July 12, 2018

This past Sunday, Newbury Street became a hub of activity during the first Open Newbury Street event of 2018. With the street closed to cars and vehicles, crowds of people journeyed up and down the road, exploring all of the eateries, shops, and galleries that Newbury Street has to offer. Outside our gallery doors, passersby […]


Cool Landscapes Offer Relief in Heat Wave

By admin on July 6, 2018

In the midst of a summer heatwave, Copley Master Mikel Wintermantel stood in the Copley Society of Art, painting a sunset landscape from a reference photo on his iPad. A small crowd of artists, patrons, and passersby assembled for his artist demonstration. Mikel Wintermantel selects a photo from his iPad to paint Wintermantel, whose works […]