Where to go Saturday Night, 11/22/14

There’s quite a bit going on this weekend here in Providence. Maybe it’s the weekend before Thanksgiving rush to do all the things before everyone has to cook and/or travel.  In this flurry of pre-holiday activity, each of my usual haunts has an opening reception on Saturday night! If I didn’t have an opening to oversee at Hera Gallery, I Continue Reading →

Hello Thursday

Hello Thursday… you snuck up on me. I’m not going to lie, I’m in a bit of a writing funk/block right now. It’s going to take some working through, but I still want to share with you what’s going on this weekend that I know of at the very least. Friday night holds openings that I’d love to attend, but Continue Reading →

“Mile High, Red Hot” at Yellow Peril

Last week at Yellow Peril Gallery, García Sinclair and Nafis White opened their exhibition Mile High, Red Hot. If you’ve seen the promotional card for Mile High, Red Hot, it does NOT prepare you for the plentiful, confectionery free for all it entails. Amidst the exhibition of prints, digital, and mixed media is the Confiserie, an installation laden with an 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 →

Toby Barnes, “Altared States” at Yellow Peril Gallery

I am always excited for an opening at the Yellow Peril Gallery. Part of this bias could be due to the fact that I know the owners and that they are LOVELY people. On top of that, I usually find that the quality of art they exhibit meets my tastes or at the very least is of world class caliber. Continue Reading →