Gallery Night May 2015

We began tonight’s Providence Gallery Night on the East Side at the Henry Lippitt House for the outdoor installation “Stories Untold” by Aaron Pexa. We continued downtown and discovered Stella Zhong, a RISD BFA Grad, and her thesis exhibition, “Unnamable”. I was particularly intrigued by her use of this empty store front and the constructs she built inside. Moving towards Continue Reading →

Gorgeous Weekend of Art

Spring has been slowly emerging this year, but then again it had to combat its way against the worst winter that I’ve ever lived through (I’ve NEVER seen the bay freeze over like that!). So here, on the first weekend of May, we had absolutely gorgeous weather! It may have spurred a bit of spring fever in us all, but Continue Reading →

Toby Sisson: “…and other poems” at Yellow Peril

Once upon a time, at a Yellow Peril Gallery opening, I had the fortune of meeting an artist named Toby Sisson who happened to be attending another artist’s reception. We had a pleasant conversation, though I’m sad to say that I forgot about what we chatted about. However after our talk, she handed me her business card. Now, in some Continue Reading →

Creative Art Criticism Assignment 1

Fighting the same cold that keeps coming back for more (ugh). I’ve consumed everything I could feasibly purchase from Whole Foods (turmeric juice, orange juice, kombucha, etc.), taken the good ol’ OTC drugs (pseudophedrine and guiafenisin do your work!), and even retried the neti pot (I felt like the water touched my brain! *shudders*). But in spite of that, I Continue Reading →

ICA/Boston

While Boston is really just an hour drive from Providence, I think the traffic that plagues the city and surrounding area during high volume times makes it seem even further away for most Rhode Islanders. There’s always quite a bit going on up there, but the drive always seems daunting, even for someone who was somewhat cured of the regional Continue Reading →