In the Studio With: Kevin Gilmore

In visiting the Charlestown Gallery last summer, I had very little inclination as to what that could lead to besides a pleasant afternoon viewing art to share on this blog. When posting photos of art work, I strive to make sure that artists are attributed properly so that you, dear reader, may find them if you so choose. So when Continue Reading →

AS220: December Openings

Saturday I made a long overdue trip to a major cultural hub here in Providence, the many spaces of AS220. Established as a small artists space (Hence the “AS”) in 1985, AS220 has grown to be one of major leaders of Providence’s artistic cultural identity. It’s a music venue, performance space, multiple art galleries, workshop, artist living space, and restaurant Continue Reading →

MASS MoCA: Part I

While I love spur of the moment museum and gallery trips, some require a bit more planning and a visit to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) is definitely one that entails some strategy. I’m glad to say that I had the company of the gallerists of GRIN on this my maiden voyage to MASS MoCA. Located a Continue Reading →

Changes: Landscapes by Ida Schmulowitz at URI

When viewing the large scale paintings of Changes: Landscapes by Ida Schmulowitz, there are many underlying stories worked into the fibers and pigments of the canvas. Schmulowitz’s work explores not only the day to day shifts in light and season, but the long term changes that occur in our ever evolving surroundings. The world is in a state of constant 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 →