A figure is seen leaving the frame of the photo. A landscape is
revealed that could easily come out of a dream. Using perspective,
tonality and texture, each image is crafted to become more of a
meditation than a photograph.
Two artists, a watercolorist (Conner) and a ceramist (Phillips),
examine the nature of sacred places and objects. Conner's renderings
are traditionally composed with a fresh, unexpected palette. Phillips'
series of vessels center around the feminine aspect of the sacred in
ritual and ceremony, merging our current perceptions with the ever
changing role of women in modern society.
View "Sacred Vessels and Vantages" Exhibition
A series of new, layered, acrylic collages evolving from a spontaneous and unconscious convergence of several earlier experimental directions
the artist had taken. This series is based on the artist's intrigue
with how we humans "read" various symbol systems, and how we use our imaginations to add and/or subtract in order to make sense of what we
View "Unconscious Convergence" Exhibition
Drawings and paintings of Nestor Valdes; Figurative works in 3D media by Jason Betinis and Lori St. Pierre
Woodturner Joe Comi and photographer/painter Kelly Lee present work that is both meaningful in object and image.
Pownal, VT artist Joe Comi, exhibits a new line of woodturned platters, bowls, vases and closed vessel forms.
North Adams. MA artist Kelly Lee displays an eclectic array of subjects. Paintings of underwater worlds are shown along side several small series of photographic images of North Adams, neighborhood cats and Italian vistas.
View "Grains of Wood, Stains of Light" Exhibition
North Adams' painter Norm Thomas debuts his series of architecturally-based landscape paintings, examining the theme of contemporary suburbia. These large acrylic paintings are simultaneously fresh and nostalgic. A select group of artists working in craft/sculpture media will be rounding out the exhibit, complementing Thomas' paintings.
"Late Afternoon" Oil on panel, 36" x 24", by Norm Thomas
"Suburban Series" Exhibition
"Fresh Paint II" Exhibition in the Front Hall Gallery
Our 2nd annual gallery-favorite exhibition will feature the work of our members' latest masterpieces while introducing the work of our newest members to the public: Brittany Gabel (glass), Stephen Fabrico (ceramic/sculpture), Lydia Johnston (painting), Judith Kniffin (painting), Phyllis Miller Lee (ceramic sculpture), Kim Sutherland (jewelry) and Jamie Townsend (sculpture). As the title suggests, this exhibition will feature fresh-off-the easel painting, collage, photography and other two-dimensional media, straight-from-the-kiln ceramics and glass, as well as newly-turned-wooden vessels.
"An art gallery with a little for - and from - just about everyone. Next time you're in North Adams stop in and have a look around."