Pause

Hello! I’m hitting the pause button tonight on posts, but worry not! Regularly scheduled program resumes Monday. Who knows… maybe I’ll do a bonus post next week for good measure. It’s all about balance and I’m just a little off. After all, the internet thinks a blue and black dress is gold and white. Though after the roller coaster day Continue Reading →

“Our First Show”, SEEN Gallery

A new space has recently entered the Pawtucket scene, holding their first opening this past Saturday night. SEEN Gallery is right on East Ave in a very historic part of Pawtucket (Across the street is an old “Boys Club” building which helps date the amazing brick buildings surrounding the space). They opened their doors with a thirteen artist group exhibition Continue Reading →

David Namhon Kim, “Husk” at Yellow Peril

David Namhon Kim‘s sculptures and installation are currently on display at Yellow Peril Gallery, but you shouldn’t think that one visit will suffice for the experience that it entails. I’ll be posting more pictures with a follow up text probably next week, but if you can only visit once, I’ve been told that in week three, “Proliferation” will be at Continue Reading →

Sandra Erbacher, “Standard Deviations”

On a very busy Saturday, I made a conscious effort to make it over to GRIN for Sandra Erbacher‘s “Standard Deviations”. The concept of taking institutionalized objects and engaging them in a way that doesn’t conform to those standards is certainly one that I can appreciate. (Seven years of working for corporate retail will do that to a person) Take Continue Reading →