July 2021

The World of Watercolor: How our Exhibitions Interact

By Lily Armstrong on July 17, 2021

Written by Lily Armstrong As we head into the final month of summer, we at the Copley Society thought now is a great time to take a look at the ways all three of the gallery’s current exhibitions (Small Works: Seaport, Sandy O’Connor: A Tipping Point, An Artists Perspective on Climate Change, and the National […]


Expressionism at the Langham Hotel: Exploring Color, Shape, and Space in ‘The Fed’

By Lily Armstrong on July 10, 2021

Written by Lily Armstrong Here at Copley Society, the start of July has been full of celebrations as the newly renovated Langham Hotel, Boston opens to the public. Beginning their blueprinting process back in April of 2019, reimagining this beautiful hotel meant taking a closer look at how art would play a role in executing […]