October 2018

The Charles River Inspires Award Winning Art

By Paige Roehrig on October 25, 2018

Last weekend the 54th annual Head of the Charles took place and people from all over the country gathered to watch the highly-anticipated and illustrious event. However, the Charles River is celebrated for many other things as well, from the scenic Charles River views to the beautiful Boston architecture that contribute to the history of […]


Beautiful Boston Inspires Art

By admin on October 18, 2018

Boston is a city of historical landmarks, stately architecture and scenic Charles River views. In two current Co|So exhibits, these features are honored within colorful compositions. Mary Rose O’Connell, Frozen Pond Boston Public Garden, oil, 28”x35” Along the Charles, a juried show celebrating the annual Head of the Charles Regatta, includes works depicting Boston’s most […]


Five Quick Questions: Kathleen Hudson

By Paige Roehrig on October 11, 2018

This week we are getting to know more about Kathleen Hudson in our series “5 Quick Questions” in which we interview different Co|So members about their lives as artists. This week Kathleen tells us what inspires her to create art, what her art says about her, and how she produces her artwork. Kathleen Hudson, Evening […]


Memories of Painting on Cape Ann

By Aly Schuman on October 6, 2018

During the month of September, Copley artist member Ann Marie O’Dowd was living in Gloucester, taking in the vistas of the North Shore. Every day she painted lobster boats, sandy beaches, and fishermen as she got to know her way around the small coastal community. Last week Ann Marie gave a talk at the Cape […]