OCTOBER 22-25, 2015
October 22 Gala Preview to benefit the McMullen Museum of Art at Boston College.
THE CYCLORAMA at the Boston Center for the Arts

Visit us at BOOTH #34.

Lynne Libby Friday, March 13th, 6 to 8pm

Soft pastels and pastel pencils on paper.
Seascapes, clouds and sky a classic with contemporary look.

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Reflective Situation Opens August 15 2014, with an artists' reception: 7-9pm

features painter Meghan Howland, photographer Bear Kirkpatrick and sculptor Susan Anderson. The event includes book launch for Kirkpatrick's first publication and a demonstration by Anderson. The exhibit runs through Aug, 20th.

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By Design opens July 18, with an artists’ reception 7 to 9pm and runs through July 20th

Patricia Kaufman

“By Design,” featuring painter Patricia Kaufman and assemblage artist Lauren Pollaro, will be drenched in color, a feast for the eyes.

If you like color, than this is the show to see. Former Provincetown great Henry Hensche is quoted as saying paintings are the visual music of the world. This exhibit, with all its rich, skillfully worked color, is a true symphony.

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Area’s of Exploration, opens July, 4th with an artists’ reception, 6 to 9 p.m

Area’s of Exploration is about peering into the rabbit hole, and contemplating the Rorschach Ink Blot. It’s about questions that lead to more questions, with nearly every answer correct.


Steve Bowersock’s paintings and Jeanne’ McCartin sculpture and sculpted emotion-tableaux, are about beauty with a hint of unease, stories told in visible speech; “an ongoing nonverbal conversations with the viewer that continually unfolds,” Bowersock, gallery co owner says. The show also introduces the bronze sculpture of Lauren Holmgren, whose work is similarly challenging.

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WILLIAM THOMSON (March 16, 1931 - October 9, 2014)

His work runs the gambit: landscapes, cityscapes, interior and figurative works, in either acrylic, encaustic, egg tempera, oil or watercolor, most often in warm, rich, earth tones.

There is a power in his works which defies definition. Each, even the most abstract, is imbued with such a strong sense of emotion that it’s impossible not to feel moved. Bill works in all kinds of mediums from acrylic, encaustic, egg tempera, oil to watercolor but somehow they all tie together producing an amazing image. The discovery of how mediums operate, individually or in combination, is what drives this artist.

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