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 →

Transparencies at the Vets Gallery

So things continue to be absolutely nutty this week with installation FINALLY complete today (had the last piece show up via USPS today!) Also still fighting a cold, but I thought that I’d share images from the Art League of Rhode Island‘s exhibition “Transparencies” which had its opening reception this week. It was nice to see new work from artists Continue Reading →

NCECA Inspired Exhibitions III

So whatever cold bug that’s been going around has finally made its way through this gal’s immune system, but I wanted to wrap up the NCECA series with photos from the other places that I went to last Friday and what you can still see for yourself around town! AS220 Project Space & Reading Room AS220 Main Gallery Space Candita Continue Reading →