Figures and Landscapes" artists' reception July 1,2016 - 7 to 9pm it runs through July 13


Painters Jan Waldron and Jayne Adams tell stories. Waldron often points her subjects out from a distance, her stories told through moody settings that speak to unseen inhabitants just, tales unfolding. Adams gets in close, her paintings a clear snapshot of human subjects caught in a second's time.
 
The commonalities are deeper than subject. The two contemporary style artists are story tellers with clear visions, individual hands, and incredibly skilled. There is potency in the work. Even a quiet canvas emanates strong intent.
 

Nature's Rhythm - Opening Reception Friday, June 17, 2016 7 to 9pm

A view into seascapes, birds and nostalgia. 

 

There is a natural peace in the works of Todd Bonita, Debbie Kinson and Cindy Rizza the artists  featured in "Nature's Rhythm," Bowersock Gallery's first "main stage" exhibit of the season. 

There is a quiet rhythm, a lulling of shorts that prevails across all three artists work, it's the lapping of a boat, the gentle movement of air, those moments you sense the air and sun on your skin on a hushed, warm day. There is such beauty in each work, stories in the narrative works that take the mind away and in turn quiet our thoughts. This is a show to be experiences both as a whole, and in its outstanding, brilliant parts. 

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It Keeps Getting Better Opens, May 27, through June 15th , with an artist reception, Friday, May 27, 7 to 9pm

Bowersock Gallery will launch its twelfth year in Provincetown with "It Keeps Getting Better," a special multi artist exhibition featuring works by its established stable and a sneak peek at its latest additions. 
 
Bowersock has built itself on a carefully curated blend of styles by some of today's top artists, known for both skill and vision. The art ranges from hyper realism to abstract, from traditional to outsider art. 
 
2016's inaugural show is a smorgasbord of artists Bowersock has represented since its earliest years, including two returning after short hiatuses, and recently signed painters and sculptors. 
 
"We have artists that we have worked with since our first year in P-town and many for 10 or a half dozen or so. The reason is simple. We choose carefully and then we keep them on because they prove themselves and are popular with our clients," Curator Steve Bowersock says. "So they are back. And as it is with each new year we have brought in some new, exciting talent to share."

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