Armory Farmers Market

Taking a break from art today to talk a little more about exploring the world around me, specifically my neighborhood and local farmer’s market. I’ve recently moved back up to Providence after a period of over two decades away and I live in a neighborhood I’ve never really known before. The Armory District has a lot to offer and there Continue Reading →

South Coast Artists Open Studios: Part II

A Journey through the world of the South Coast Artists Or in which Abigael and Marianne leave Tiverton and visit Little Compton and Westport Concluding our Tiverton part of the trip, the highlight of the Four Corners, for me at least, was the gallery and workspaces of The Sakonnet Collective artists. I was thoroughly impressed by the caliber of work Continue Reading →

South Coast Artists Open Studios: Part I

A Journey through the world of the South Coast Artists Or in which Abigael and Marianne explore Tiverton’s art scene We started out our epic day of studio and gallery visits with the very first stop listed on the brochure, the home and studio of Jennifer Jones Rashleigh. Traveling up to her attic studio, I was amazed at the light, Continue Reading →

South Coast Artists Open Studios: Introduction

A Journey through the world of the South Coast Artists Or Prologue to Abigael and Marianne’s SCA Road Trip Last year, in my first summer back in Rhode Island, I learned of an open studio tour across the bay from where I was living at the time. They had put their pamphlet in the community racks of both the coffee Continue Reading →

Perceptions and Presumptions

Recently, I had someone visit the gallery who actually engaged with me in a conversation about the work. It’s exceedingly RARE when anyone talks to me about our artists and our work, so I was quite excited to do so. The only way to get better at discussing artwork is to do so frequently. The gentleman who stopped by was Continue Reading →