August 31, 2023

Multi-dimensional

In this blast

:: Vladimir Zimakov: Random Turns at Turn Park Art Space

:: Exquisite Variants : Maggie Nowinski and Alicia Renadette at Overlap

:: Creature Comforts at Attleboro Art Museum



Sponsored By: Bromfield Gallery, Writing Art, NAWAMA, Superfine Art Fair, Mosesian Center for the Arts, Linda Huey and John S. Dykes, and the Artscope Tablet Edition

Greetings!

This week we're presenting Turn Park Art Space, Overlap and the Attleboro Art Museum.


These three exhibits present two- and three-dimensional works that explore themes of intuition and irrationality, adaptation and survival, and the memories of childhood companions. Artists use mediums from sculpture to pen and ink to achieve these goals.


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-Sawyer Smook-Pollitt

Vladimir Zimakov: Random Turns at Turn Park Art Space

in West Stockbridge, Massachusetts through October 31

Vladimir Zimakov: Random Turns installation view at Turn Park Art Space. Photo courtesy artist.

Turn Park Art Space presents Vladimir Zimakov: Random Turns which showcases the work of Boston-based artist, printmaker and illustrator, Vladimir Zimakov as he "captures imaginary moments and narratives, based on emotions, intuition and irrationality." The drawings and sculptures on display are the product of drafts and studio experiments from the "past few years." The gallery is open Wednesday to Monday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Turn Park Art Space is located at 2 Moscow RoadWest Stockbridge, MA. For more information, please visit here.

Exquisite Variants : Maggie Nowinski and Alicia Renadette at Overlap

in Newport, Rhode Island through September 10

Exquisite Variants : Maggie Nowinski and Alicia Renadette installation view. Photo courtesy: Overlap.

Overlap Gallery presents Exquisite Variants: Maggie Nowinski and Alicia Renadette, an exhibition the pen and ink drawings of Maggie Nowinski with the mixed media sculptures of Alicia Renadette. The pair also collaborated on an installation on view. "Their joint process is a visual feedback loop / petri dish in which each artist contributes images and objects from their individual bodies of work, to be reproduced and re-contextualized by one another," read a curatorial statement. The gallery is open Wednesday through Friday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m., and Saturday to Sunday from 12-4 p.m. Overlap Gallery is located at 112 Van Zandt Ave. Newport, RI. For more information, please visit here.

Creature Comforts at Attleboro Arts Museum

in Attleboro, Massachusetts through September 23

Abby Rovaldi, Hello, Bessie. Hello, Roland., mixed media, 9.3" x 36". Photo courtesy: artist. 

Attleboro Arts Museum presents Creature Comforts, a show that asks 17 artists to interpret themes from the novel "Nothing to See Here" by Kevin Wilson. The art in this show consists of 2D and 3D representations of stuffed animals and provides artists the opportunity to "bring their favorite stuffed companions back to life," complete with "biographies" for each animal. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Attleboro Arts Museum is located at 86 Park Street, Attleboro, MA.For more information, please visit here.

Sponsored By: Bromfield Gallery, Writing Art, NAWAMA, Mosesian Center for the Arts, Linda Huey and John S. Dykes, and the Artscope Tablet Edition

CALL FOR ENTRIES

SOLO 2024 Competition

Deadline:

October 1, 2023 


Two artists each win a solo exhibition in January 2024, at Bromfield Gallery in Boston.


Open to New England artists who have not had a solo show in a commercial gallery (universities, libraries, etc. do not disqualify).


Fee: $35. All media. Juror: Ben Sloat, director of the MFA in Visual Arts program at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA.

Deadline: October 1, 2023. Apply online with up to 5 jpgs at www.bromfieldgallery.com.


Questions? Gary Duehr, Manager, info@bromfieldgallery.com.


Bromfield Gallery

450 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA

Fri-Sun, 12-5

(617) 451-3605

info@bromfieldgallery.com

bromfieldgallery.com


Writing Art

writingart.net

Mosesian Center

for the Arts

Mosesian Center for the Arts offers a wide range of affordable educational programs for students of all ages.


Our programs serve beginner as well as advanced students in visual and performing arts.


Registration is open, and classes start on September 12. For more information, please visit our website:



Info & Program Catalog

Mosesian Center for the Arts 



Artscope Tablet Edition

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Linda Huey

and John S. Dykes

A Potter and a Painter: Creative Collaboration Works by Linda Huey & John S. Dykes


Gallery at Envoy (Assemblage), 70A Sleeper Street, Boston, thru 9/17


Artists Reception: Sat, 9/9/23, 5:30 -7:30 p.m.



Artists Talk: Sat, 9/16/23, 5 -6pm

Info: www.jsdykes.com/paintings

“The Orlando Project” and “Visual Diaries”

at Bromfield in September 


Susan Morrison-Dyke, Collected Assemblages, 16 pages, 18” x 18”.

Kathryn Geismar: “The Orlando Project”

From August 30 – October 1, Bromfield Gallery presents “The Orlando Project” by Kathryn Geismar, and “Visual Diaries: Bromfield Artists Show Their Books,” featuring a variety of structural and sculptural approaches.


The opening reception is Friday, September 1, from 6-8 p.m.


Bromfield Gallery

450 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA

Wed-Sun, 12-5

(617) 451-3605

info@bromfieldgallery.com

bromfieldgallery.com

Superfine Art Fair

Superfine Art Fair from Thursday, September 14 through Sunday, September 17, at Iron23, 29 West 23rd Street in Manhattan.


Say hi to Lisa GorenJennifer Jean Okumura, and many other artists; tix superfine.world/new-york-art-fair

NAWAMA

'FEMALE' at Berkshire Art Museum runs through October 7, North Adams; check out the article


Without females, could we survive? Your touch is courage; we journey through you, and a person's desire reflects in you. You tame even the wildest storm; the climate changes from overwhelmed to admiration, a tutor of life regardless of race, language, creed, and culture. 


bamuseum.org

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