Julie Beck

Julie Beck is a contemporary, realism, oil painter who creates narrative paintings using still lifes, figures and animals as symbolism for her original works of art. Beck uses her art to speak to something more, using subjects as symbols. This is an artist with a clear directive, allegorical, real and with a great use of fantasy.…

Join us in Boston at Booth #30 for the 21st Annual Boston International Fine Art Show. October 19-22, 2017. Location, The Cyclorama, Boston Center For The Arts 539 Tremont St. Boston, MA 02116. Looking forward to seeing you there and don’t forget our in Provincetown location will be open, just in case you can’t make it to Boston. Diana…

“LAY OF THE LAND” Opening reception: Friday, September 15, 2017

“Lay of the Land” Opening reception: Friday, September 15, 2017, is a special landscape exhibition; relaxation, contemplation, and simple appreciation of the beauty around us is the subject of “Lay of the Land,” the latest exhibition at the Bowersock Gallery. It is also the first in the Gallery’s 13 years to focus on a single…

“Current State of Affairs” Artists’ Reception: September 1, 2017 7-9pm

A rare, themed exhibit, “The Current State of Affairs,” is in recognition of the current national atmosphere, and in homage to the longstanding tradition of artists addressing issues of their time. Artists were given few directives by Curator Steve Bowersock, beyond sharing their perspectives on current issues – cultural, social, economic, human rights, environmental or…

Fine Art Appetizers Exhibition, the 2017 season, opens with a reception on Friday, May 26, from 7pm to 9pm.

Appetizers

A person can make a meal of exceptional, perfect, mini morsel; the delectable appetizers. They can also cover a wall with small, tasty, choice works of art, such as those featured. Featuring small works by stable and guest artists.

We’ve decided to open with a big bang of small works, in a wide variety of styles. In addition to different paint mediums, the show will feature encaustic and sculpture. This special starter’s paintings and sculpture largely top out at 12-by-12 inches, with some as small as 2-by-2 inches.

SMALL WORKS of WONDER Saturday, November, 26 2016 with an artists’ reception 2 to 4pm

“Original art is more accessible and affordable than most people assume, and even more so during this special exhibit that puts art in everyone’s reach,” Curator Steve Bowersock says. “While we always carry a broad selection of genres and styles, we pull out all the stops for this exhibit choosing a very diverse group of smaller canvases.”
 

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