‘Found Some Flotsam’ at Lore Collection

Things have been pretty hectic over the last week with preparations for my installation next week, work, visiting friends, and some adult things that need doing. I completely MISSED the Providence International Arts Festival, which I heard was AMAZING! So when I heard that Jenny Brown had work up in Providence, I knew that I had to go and check Continue Reading →

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 →

RISD Museum: Design the Night-Blueprint

Sometimes the universe takes you exactly where you need to be and tonight my cohort and I made an impromptu trip to the RISD Museum after realizing that we had dates mixed up for our original plans. Tonight was their Design the Night opening reception for Drawing Ambience: Alvin Boyarsky and the Architectural Association which meant that the museum was Continue Reading →