Black Holes of Endless Art

Hello everyone! It has been a quiet week for art related events on my end, so I’ve been wracking my brain as what to write. I have an extremely personal piece that I might post on Thursday, but it’s still pretty raw and rough at the moment. In the meanwhile, I figured I’d share something on a MUCH lighter note: Continue Reading →

Paul Forte, “Poetic Vision” at URI Main Gallery

On display now at the URI Main Gallery, Poetic Vision: The Art of Paul Forte- Selected Works 1974-2014 presents the work of artist and poet Paul Forte. While the artist considers it to be more of a survey than a retrospective, it certainly serves as a way to observe a collection of a life’s work spent in the pursuit of Continue Reading →

“tttrip” at GRIN

I may have written about the Yellow Peril opening last week, but before I attended that reception, I visited GRIN which resides just next door. Located at The Plant in Olneyville, GRIN is a contemporary art gallery that promotes artist development. I had been into the space before sometime last year when I was operating in “gallery ghost” mode, ducking Continue Reading →

Andrew Woolbright, “ShrineBeast” at Yellow Peril Gallery

Another night, another FABULOUS Yellow Peril opening reception. This latest exhibition features “ShrineBeast”, the recent body of mixed media work from Andrew Paul Woolbright. With an almost full house of people, the positive energy of the work buzzed throughout, transforming the space. Van and Robert had a colorful arrangement of edible flowers spread amongst the feast to be shared, echoing Continue Reading →

Charlestown Gallery

Long have I meant to visit the Charlestown Gallery in Charlestown, RI. Longer than I’ve been working at my gallery the next town over as it’s located on the way to my maternal grandmother’s house. Countless times I have driven by over the decade that they’ve been in business, unable to stop, but always curious. The opportune moment came but Continue Reading →