Gardner Area League of Artists Newsletter
May 2023
GALA Events/Announcements
Call for Entries
Art & Music Festival
May 19 - 21, 2023
Red Apple Farm & Brew Barn
455 Highland Avenue, Phillipston MA

Deadline to Enter: Sunday, May 7th
Opening Reception Fri. May 19, 6 - 9:00 pm (art awards at 7:00)

Two options for entering the show:
  • Option 1: Online Entry which submits your information & payment to GALA electronically.
  • Option 2: Paper Entry Form. A PDF Call for Entries which includes a form that you print & mail with payment to GALA. Please allow enough time for mailing so that your entry is received by the deadline

With either option, your entry is due by
Sunday, MAY 7th

Please consider demonstrating your creative process at the show. And if you would like to teach art classes outside under your tent for children and adults. Please indicate your interest on your entry form.

You will need to renew your GALA membership on entry form unless you are a current member. If in doubt, please email

* Important Note *
Please be sure to drop-off your artwork on May 16th between
4 - 6 pm in the Brew Barn. If we do not receive your artwork by 6 pm, we may not be able to include it in the judging.
Seeking Artist/Artisan Vendors
Arts & Music Festival
May 20 - 21, 2023
Red Apple Farm & Brew Barn
455 Highland Avenue, Phillipston MA

Fill out the Vendor Application to be juried into the festival. All the details are listed on the application form.

Vendor dates are Saturday 20 & Sunday 21

For help with any questions, contact Richard

Art Critiques
Next critique scheduled
Saturday, May 6th
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Art Critique will be held at the Ashburnham Stevens Memorial Library, 20 Memorial Drive, Ashburnham, MA. We will be in the Community Room, Take the elevator to the 2nd floor. Come and join us!

Coffee and tea are provided—bring a snack if you wish.

Free to all GALA Members. New artists, first class is free.

Bring up to 3 pieces of your artwork (finished or unfinished) to share with the group & bring your finished Mystery Art Challenge piece if you did one.

You may bring your art challenge piece to share at any future critique.

A great way to receive feedback from your artists friends.

Mystery Art Briefcase Challenge #5

This special mixed media art challenge will be for sale at the Kendall Pond fireworks event in June. This challenge will be a bit different from the others. Your piece will be for sale and, if sold, the artist will receive 50%.

We scavenged throughout the pond area, and have collected over 8 different natural, organic items for you to implement into your art work. So every piece of art work will have items that came from the Kendall Pond area. You may use all 8 items if you wish, along with 2 surprise items, and choose 2 items of your own choice. You can do this!

Briefcases are limited, $5 each, so contact us to reserve your kit now before they are gone!

Come to the next Art Critique on May 6th (next Saturday) and grab your briefcase! Even if you cannot stay for the May critique come by and pick up yours. Reserve or make other arrangements by emailing

Kendall Pond needs your help in raising funds to help treat the pond from invasive plants. So let's do this!
En-Plein-Air & Art Show
En-Plein-Air & Art Show
Kendall Pond Fundraiser
Gardner, MA
August 27, 2022 - May 28, 2023

Register now to receive your map locations and ID Card

The En-Plein-Air started in August, 2022 and will run through Sunday, May 28, 2023 at Kendall Pond, Gardner MA

You must register for this Plein Air. Everyone is invited to participate
Register here and get access to all the instructions and maps

All art works must be For Sale. Property owners will be hosting artists around the pond from August to June. Artists will be able to come visit the pond during all 4 Seasons. Areas indicated will be available to the artists throughout the year so that the various seasons are represented. Artists will be visiting the pond to find perfect venues or scenes to capture in their chosen medium. There will be over 20 locations for view.

An art show will be held at the next KPBA's Fireworks celebration in June on the Pond. This Art Show is a Fundraiser that will help with the cost of treating the pond for milfoil and other invasive plants. A map will be available to all artists for all access points. There is a public boat launch for kayaks.

The Kendall Pond Betterment Association, (KPBA) is dedicated in keeping the pond a natural resource for future generations.

At Kendall Pond's fireworks celebration on June 24th, 2023, GALA will hold an Art Show displaying all of the artists' work for judging.

Cash prizes and ribbons will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, 3rd,1st Honorable, 2nd Honorable places. The 1st Place art piece will be donated & raffled off to the public with the proceeds of the raffle split between the Artist and KPBA.

Artists will also have the opportunity to display their work for sale in GALA's show during the afternoon hours of the fireworks celebration.

Several residents have expressed an interest in working with the artist to purchase their painting prior to the event. This is allowed but you must have to make arrangements with the GALA president.

Member News & Exhibits
Doreen LaScola
Traveling, a spontaneous journey of process and discovery by Doreen LaScola will be on exhibit from May 4th through May 28th in the front gallery at the Oxbow Gallery, 40 Cottage St, Easthampton, Mass.

Traveling is a continuation of her meditation, mark-making process. Without forethought, Doreen LaScola has taken a stream-of-consciousness approach to her recent work, allowing each piece to reveal itself along the way.

The artist will be available for discussion at the opening reception on Friday, May 5, 5-7:30pm, as well as at Easthampton’s 2nd Thursday Art Walk on Thursday, May 11 from 5-8 pm. The exhibit will also be open during regular gallery hours: Thursday, Saturday, Sunday, 12-5 pm and Friday 12-7.

Cyndy Sperry’s “Peaceable Kingdom” with ceramics by Joanna Dunn will be on exhibit in the back gallery.
Coffee and Critiques
Coffee and Critiques sessions are held once monthly on the THIRD THURSDAY from 10-11:30AM, weather permitting. These gatherings will be held at the Keene Senior Center, 70 Court St., Keene, NH. Host is Alicia Drakiotes for the KSC. Bring your in progress work or come for inspiration!

For further information email:
Center for Wound Care
As a service to the patients of the Center for Wound Care at Heywood Hospital, GALA has been displaying member art in the waiting room for more than 15 years. We will be contacting artists for the following schedule: September-October and November-December. Three to 12 pieces can be accommodated in this space. Multiple artists may join together to create a theme or display at the same time. Please contact Vicki at Surroundings Gallery & Custom Framing, 978-630-2340.
Shows & Exhibits
Heart of the Arts Gala Auction
Jaffrey Civic Center, Jaffrey, NH
Saturday, April 29, at 6:30 pm, the Jaffrey Civic Center will host its second annual Heart of the Arts Gala Auction. This year’s event boasts over 100 pieces of artwork and will have both a virtual silent auction and a live auction. In addition to having a fabulous night out immersed in the arts, guests at this year’s event will enjoy a cocktail hour with hors d’oeuvres provided by Foray Catering of Marlborough and entertainment by guitarist Chris Salemme. Tickets ($40 per person/$60 for two) are available on the Gala website.

The Civic Center is a community-focused nonprofit organization that has provided cultural and civic activities to residents and visitors for more than 55 years. Proceeds from the Gala support the wide variety of exhibitions, performances, and educational programs the Center offers year-round.

In addition to supporting the Center, the auction offers an excellent opportunity to support local artists, as they may retain up to 60 percent of the proceeds of the sale of their work. The virtual silent auction ( is already up and running and will be open until 8:30 pm April 30. Artwork in the virtual silent auction can be bid on regardless of the bidder’s ability to attend the Gala.

The local business community has also graciously stepped up with generous support, with Microspec and Belletetes committing to Platinum sponsorship, Atlas Fireworks signing on as a Gold sponsor, and Sorby and Son Heating and Savings Bank of Walpole pledging support at the Silver level. The Center is grateful to these establishments for their community spirit and for championing the good works of the Jaffrey Civic Center. Coll’s Farm Stand is contributing flowers to add some color to the event. The Center is also delighted to welcome Harold French, who is generously donating his time as the auctioneer for the evening and will be instrumental in keeping the auction running smoothly.


The Jaffrey Civic Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit cultural facility founded in 1966. The Center’s mission is to provide and sustain a public venue where citizens and residents of the Monadnock region, as well as visitors to the area, can pursue artistic, educational, and civic activities. The Center’s goal is to contribute to the cultural enrichment and enlightenment of the community. The Center does not charge an admission fee, and all art shows and receptions are free and open to the public. The Center also hosts fee-based educational and other programs, as well as serving as the home of the Jaffrey Historical Society. For more information about the Jaffrey Civic Center, please visit the Center’s website.
Concert of Folk, Indie-Pop, Experimental Music
Montague Center, MA
Saturday, May 6, 2023, 7:30 - 10pm
Suggested Donation $10-20, no one turned away

Isaac Taylor, singer-songwriter from Martha’s Vineyard
Miners, experimental folk improvisation from Greenfield
Cloudbelly, indie-folk and pop from Turners Falls
Montague Common Hall, 34 Main St, Montague Center, MA

On the evening of May 6, 2023, a three-act bill of local and touring musicians will perform at the historic Montague Common Hall in Montague Center, MA. Hailing from diverse corners of the state, these musical groups will take the audience on a journey through three different, unique takes on folk music. Featuring Isaac Taylor, Miners, and Cloudbelly, this convergence of nationally renowned musicians will be a magical and inspiring event that you won’t want to miss.

Opening the show will be Martha’s Vineyard based singer-songwriter Isaac Taylor. Nephew to James Taylor, Livingston Taylor, and Kate Taylor, to say that music is in his blood is an understatement. Isaac’s debut album Peace in the Valley, created in collaboration with Andrew and Brad Barr (The Barr Brothers, The Slip) has earned him rave reviews and fans across the country. Isaac has toured with Martin Secton, Leif Vollebekk, and the David Wax Museum, and this is first show in Western Massachusetts!

Cloudbelly is the moniker of Great Falls, MA based singer-songwriter Corey Laitman. Laitman's poetic lyricism, stirring vocals, and disarming stage presence have earned them a strong and growing following in the pioneer valley and beyond. They are accompanied by a rotating cast of inspired instrumentalists and friends.

"A moving display of fragility and surrender, Cloudbelly’s debut single “Up in Smoke” weaves wondrous and haunting indie folk into a seismic outpouring of intimate emotion." - Atwood Magazine

Closing the show will be Miners, a Western Mass based collective of experimental musicians devoted to exploring and exploding traditional folk music from the United States. Appalachian music, Spirituals, Labor Union Songs, and more are fodder for sonic collage, group improvisation, and the occasional pretty tune. With Jesse Olsen Bay (guitar, voice, electronics), Myk Freedman (lap steel), Lindsey Song Stormo (voice, percussion), and Rafe Wolman (violin).

Isaac Taylor, Miners, and Cloudbelly perform on Saturday, May 6 from 7:30 - 10pm at the Montague Center Common Hall, 34 Main St, Montague Center. Suggested donation is $10-20, with nobody turned away for lack of funds. For more information, contact Jesse Olsen Bay at (510) 387-0765 or This event has been organized with the support of Riverculture.
Art & Craft Supply Swap/Sale
Main Street Studios, Fitchburg, MA
Do you have a closet full of unused art or craft supplies? Bring them to Main Street Studios for our first Art/Craft Supplies Swap.

Drop off supplies to 675 Main Street by Friday, May 19. Our open hours are typically Wednesday - Friday 12-5pm and Sundays 11am - 5pm. Check our social media for updates or email us to set up a time.

You do not have to participate in the swap to donate (if you are just looking to declutter). If you choose to participate in the swap, you will have a discounted price at the sale.

You do not have to donate to shop.

$10 to fill a bag. $5 for donors.

Main Street Studios
675 Main Street
Fitchburg. MA
Questions? Email us at:

All proceeds will support the Fitchburg Cultural Alliance and Main Street Studios.
Raw Expression: A Visual Poetry of Mixed Media
Ashburnham, MA
Solo show reception for Iphigenia Gossios Burg.

The solo show is hosted by the Creative Connections Gift & Gallery on 56 Main St, Ashburnham MA.

The reception is May 20 from 12-2pm. The show will be up until July 15th.

The theme of the show is called “Raw Expression: A Visual Poetry of Mixed Media.”

A series of work from the 80s and 90s that are referred to as earth-tone series by Iphigenia, but also includes some newer work of her as well.

Iphigenia Gossios Burg
Mixed Media Artist
Flowers: Our Constant Friends
Inner Space Fine Arts, North Reading, MA
June 3 & 4

A weekend of art and hors d'oeuvres featuring flower interpretations from the Inner Space family of artists and live arrangements courtesy of Kinsman Farm Flowers.

Exhibition runs through July 30

Inner Space Fine Arts, 189 Main Street, North Reading, MA
The Iconic Octagonal Building on Route 28

HOURS: Wednesday 1—5, Thursday & Friday 1—6, Saturday & Sunday 12—4
Classes & Instruction
Painting Urban Landscapes with John Dimick
Bellows Falls, VT
The Saxtons River Art Guild announces a one day workshop given by Vermont watercolorist John Dimick on Saturday May 6, 2023 at the United Church of Bellows Falls, 8 School Street, Bellows Falls, VT, from 9:30 am – 3:30 pm. Workshop fees are $70 for SRAG members and $90 for non-members. The theme of the workshop is “Painting Urban Landscapes” This is open to all abilities with some watercolor experience suggested. Artists interested in the urban landscape theme and working in other media can contact John if they like and talk about the possibilities of registering for this workshop. He has painted some urban and architectural scenes in oils.

SRAG will have coffee and tea, please bring a lunch. For Workshop Registration or more information, please contact: Carolyn Berglund at Masks and COVID-19 vaccinations are required to attend the SRAG workshops.

In this SRAG Workshop John will explain and demonstrate the steps that he generally follows when painting an urban landscape such as the street scenes in Brattleboro or Bellows Falls. He will demonstrate the progression of steps from a photograph to a sketch on the watercolor paper and then the gradual development working toward the finished painting. Participants are encouraged to bring a couple of photos of their own to work from. John will also bring some photos along for them to try including the photo he will be using as a reference if they’d prefer. Participants should expect to start working on their own after a brief introduction and then gather back at his table to observe certain steps as they arise. John will have several finished paintings or prints of street scenes that are completed on hand as examples from which he will point out certain unusual techniques that are used.

John Dimick is an award winning artist at various juried shows. Vermont Artisans Designs Gallery carries many of his paintings, prints, and notecards. Dimick was the cover artist featured in the January/February edition of Monadnock Table Magazine out of Keene. Writer Diana Damato described his work: “Dimick’s work ranges from nature-based scenes to city sites, including locations in downtown Brattleboro, machine shops, unique perspectives of bridges, and western United States and European settings.” Examples of his work may be viewed on his website:

Founded in 1976, the Saxtons River Art Guild is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote and encourage the advancement of the fine arts with about 80 members throughout the Monadnock region in New Hampshire, the Southern Connecticut River Valley area of Vermont, and western Massachusetts. Their activities include: exhibit and sales venues, classes and workshops, open studio time September through May and plein air gatherings June through August, luncheons with guest speakers and demonstrations, and trips to museums and galleries. An art scholarship is awarded yearly to a qualified senior from an area high school who is going on to a 4 year major in the arts.

Liz Winchester-Larson
Introduction to Pottery
Woods and Water Pottery, Templeton, MA
Woods and Water Pottery will be holding an introduction to pottery workshop on May 15, 2023 in Templeton from 9 am to 5 pm.

This will include:
  • Wheel throwing
  • Pinch and coil pots
  • Hand building and slab construction
  • Introduction to glazing

Cost is $110, including all materials. All finished will be bisque fired and available for pickup at a later date.

For more information or to sign up, please call Rick at: 978-793-0688 or email:
Making Color, Mixing Magic!
Oakham, MA
Sat, May 20, 9am-12Noon.

Artist Elaine Griffith of Artis4every1 in Oakham will teach a class on creating the colors you want!

Do you find yourself mixing huge puddles of mud or buying little bottles of craft paint when you are painting? In this workshop learn the secrets to getting exactly the colors you want and learn how to use a palette knife to get them clean and brilliant.

You will make color charts to save and refer to later, along with other techniques that will give you the skills needed to understand how to make every color in the world around you.

Class fee is $15 for members, $35 for Nonmembers.
Materials fee: $10 for paint, heavy paper, and several handouts
Call 978-724-3415 to register
Elevating Your Creative Business
Arts Alive, Dublin, NH
Part 1: Focusing the Creative Entrepreneur
Dublin, NH
Saturday May 13th

Cost: $85

This workshop is designed to help artists like you learn the essential skills and techniques to develop a solid business plan that will turn your creative vision into a focused and successful reality. You will be guided by an experienced professional who understands the unique challenges that creative and idea-driven individuals face and will provide you with all the tools you need to succeed.

Part 2: 7 Steps to Successful Marketing
Dublin, NH
Saturday May 20th

Cost: $105

This workshop will build on the Part 1 workshop. It is designed to help you learn the essential marketing skills and techniques needed to promote your creative business and build a successful brand. Once you find focus and develop a clear vision in the previous workshop, you'll be ready to tackle developing your marketing strategy! You will be guided by an experienced professional who will walk you through the 7 things you need to consider to develop a stellar plan to market your work

Hands-On Fun!
Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA
FAM at Home art activities and tips for creating art with children. Create with us from home!

Explore the artistic techniques, concepts, and themes behind Fitchburg Art Museum’s permanent collection artworks through these fun creative projects. Explore the full list of tutorials below. Click here for information on how to best use these resources.

Art Education at WAM
Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA
Worcester Art Museum offers online, in-person, and off-site programs that cover a variety of subjects and media. In-person classes are held either in the galleries or WAM’s studios, and have reduced class sizes. WAM is following current CDC guidelines. Online classes are taught through Zoom and are encrypted and secure.

Call or email with questions, to register over the phone, or to request a print brochure!
Phone: 508.793.4333
Call for Artists
Call for Artists: Fairy House Stroll
Unitarian Universalist Society, Gardner, MA
The Unitarian Universalist Society of Gardner is hosting its Spring Fair and Fairy House Stroll on May 13. We hope to fill the UUSG Fellowship Hall with crafters, artists, and specialty vendors. We are looking for vendors who offer handmade craft and art items such a cards, jewelry, prints, clothing, knitting and other types of hand work. Local groups and individuals will create fairy houses to be displayed throughout our gardens and grounds. We expect friends and families of the house builders as well as the general public to visit this fairy wonderland. We have found that the fairy houses are a great attraction bringing many guests to the fair and we are hoping you will want to participate in this festive event.

If you are interested in selling your work at the fair, there is a $30 fee for an 8’x3’ table. Please see the participant form for more detailed information. If you have any questions, please email Vendor Coordinator, Catherine Azora-Minda, at We know that it’s a busy time of year and we welcome your participation in this event.

For more information please email
Call for Exhibitors: Art in the Park 2023
Keene, NH
Sponsored by the Monadnock Area Artists Association, the Art in the Park outdoor art show is now accepting artists applications for its 65th Annual Show to be held in Ashuelot River Park, West Street, Keene, NH on Labor Day Weekend, Saturday and Sunday, September 2 & 3, 2023 from 10 am – 4 pm both days, rain or shine.

New this year, online registrations for all artists! The Requirements and Application Form are available on the Monadnock Area Artists Association website, or use the direct link to the application.

The deadline for applications for the same site as in 2022 is May 14, 2023 and for all other and new applications the deadline is: July 16, 2023

Fees: Monadnock Area Artists Association members, $100, non-members fee $150. For artists interested in sharing a booth, fees are listed in the application. Payment now is through PayPal when you complete the online registration form. Please note: Fees are non-refundable.

All exhibitors are required to have their work on display for both days from 10 am – 4 pm, rain or shine. Artists or a representative must be present at their booth during show hours. Site dimensions are approximately 10' X 10'. Exhibitors provide: tents, weights, display systems, and original artwork. Your booth should be at least 75% framed fine art/photography, or sculpture and only 25% additional products such as note cards, calendars, or bins of matted prints/photographs, if applicable. No nudes due to the City of Keene regulations for Art in the Park.

Security will be provided in the park overnight on Saturday evening – Sunday morning, tents and furnishings may be left up, but all artworks on display should be taken home and re-installed Sunday morning before 10 am.

Media accepted for Display:

Water Media, Acrylic, Oil, Pastel, Colored Pencil, Charcoal, Pen & Ink, Printmaking, Photography/Digital Art, Collage / Mixed Media, and Sculpture.

Judges will award Cash Prizes and Ribbons in Six Categories: (1)Water-Media (watercolor, acrylic, gouache), (2)Oil, (3)Pastel, Charcoal, (4)Pen and Ink, Colored Pencil, and Original Printmaking, (5)Photography/Digital Art, (6)Sculpture, Mixed Media and Collage.

Questions, Please contact:

Art in the Park Committee Member
Liz Winchester-Larson
The Little Gallery at Town Hall
Westminster, MA
Westminster now has a public art gallery open for showings by Westminster artists. "The Little Gallery at Town Hall" is now accepting applications from artists or artist groups who would like to exhibit 2-D work for a month-long show. For more information, visit the Town of Westminster website.

"The Little Gallery at Town Hall" is sponsored by the Westminster Cultural Council and the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Resources for Artists
The Fitchburg Cultural Alliance
Go to our website to sign up for our newsletter and check out our calendar of events in the North Central region.

A vibrant force advancing arts and culture in the Fitchburg community and in the North Central Massachusetts region.

Art Support & Other
Art Support is a website dedicated to providing support and resources for artists of all types.

The following is just a small list of support provided to artists: Organizations Helping Visual Artists, US Government Art Organizations, State Agencies and Art Commissions, Non Governmental Art Organizations, Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, Laws Regarding Visual Arts, Artist Consultants, Grants for Artists & Grant Assistance, Artist Health Insurance, and many other legal support and resources for Massachusetts artists.


Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC) and check out the MCC blog ArtSake

The Painter's Keys where you can subscribe to twice weekly letters from artist Robert Genn.

Visit the Arts Marketing Project website for info, ideas, tools and training on marketing art.

Mini Grants for Professional Development are available through NewVue Communities. More information.
Ongoing Opportunities for Artists & Musicians
Exhibit Opportunities
Heywood Hospital Wound Care Center  Gardner, MA  (GALA Sponsored Venue)
Contact Vicki Heidorn at  or 978-630-2340

Contact Alice Struthers at or 978-597-2057

The Arts Alliance has quarterly exhibits at the Hudson Town Hall, so if you are interested in a solo exhibit of your work, contact Danielle Moskowitz at (978) 562-1646 or

Falmouth Artists Guild Falmouth, MA

Post Road Art Center  Marlborough, MA
The Library is always looking for exhibitors to show their work in the Art Gallery. If you are interested in exhibiting as an individual or a group, please contact the Library Director, Kathleen D. Leslie at 978-632-5298 or

Workers' Credit Union  Gardner, MA
The bank offers the opportunity for a small display of artwork at the 171 Main St. branch in Gardner. For more info, contact Monica Whitehouse at 978-632-9207.

Art & Music Instruction Opportunity

The West Boylston Arts Foundation (WBAF) is always looking for artists, crafters, or musicians that would like to offer workshops or classes.

Donating a portion of the course fee to the WBAF to support school arts & music would be most welcome.

If interested, please contact Mark Baldi (508) 767-2803 - work (508) 835-6489 - home

More Classes & Exhibits
Volunteer Opportunities
We Need Your Help!
There are many ways to volunteer! Please email to express your interest in helping out with our organization.
Newsletter Submissions
Have news about exhibits, awards, events, classes, call for artists or other art info?
Please send your news "publication ready" to See previous newsletters for example formats and the type of info to provide. We strongly recommend that you include a digital image related to the news as well as your website address & links to any venues. Image filenames should include the name of the artist and the work. Please post your press releases online whenever possible and submit a link.

Submission deadline is the 23rd of each month for publication on the 1st of the following month.

Inclusion of items/announcements is always at the discretion of GALA, but inclusion of submissions from non-members is limited to information deemed to be of benefit to GALA members.
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All Star Award
GALA has achieved Constant Contact's All Star Award for 10 years in a row (2009-2018) for demonstrating best practices in the use of email marketing.

Award winners were selected from over 500,000 organizations in recognition for setting the standard of being a responsible, engaged, professional, and successful online marketer.

GALA continues its efforts to put out an informational, entertaining newsletter every month to inform its members of recent, current and future art news.