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My friend Eli Cedrone emailed this week to let us know about a Small Art Show at the South Street Gallery in Hingham, MA. Here are a few pieces of Eli’s work: Caprese, (after Sargent) 6 x 11, oil on panel Mother & Child, 8 x 10, oil on panel Return To Egypt, 8 x … Read more
May 20th – New England Fine Arts & Antiques Fair May 26-28 – Paradise City – Northhampton, MA Now through June 3rd – Jewish Community Center of the North Shore’s Designer Showhouse, in Swampscott Check out the Fox TV preview here. So much to do, so little time!
11th ANNUAL BOSTON INTERNATIONAL FINE ART SHOW, NOV. 15-18, 2007 Gala Preview to Benefit the Boston Symphony Orchestra The 11th Annual Boston International Fine Art Show (BIFAS) takes place Thursday – Sunday, November 15-18, 2007 at The Cyclorama at The Boston Center for The Arts (BCA). BIFAS is the only art fair of its kind … Read more
“But for everyone, believers or not, the works of art inspired by Scripture remain a reflection of the unfathomable mystery which engulfs and inhabits the world.” Pope John Paul II, from his Letter to Artists, 1999 Stained glass window by Marc Chagall, St. Stephen Church, MainzSt. Basils Cathedral, Moscow Assumption Cathedral, Kremlin, Russia Notre Dame … Read more
New York Botanical Garden Martagon #4 Artaissance is a great online source for art prints (in both giclee and canvas prints) by contemporary artists. They were kind enough to offer me the opportunity to check out their service from order to delivery. I ordered this Mary Calkins Lago e Ladera in a print on canvas. … Read more
The Peacock Room by James McNeill Whistler (American, 1834–1903). 1876–1877.Freer Gallery of ArtF1904.61 The ‘”other” Linda Merrill (aka art historian and former curator of the Freer Gallery of the Smithsonian; aka the really smart Linda Merrill) wrote an excellent piece in yesterdays Wall Street Journal about the amazingly beautiful Peaocock Room that is part of … Read more
Nollette Studio is a Brooklyn, NY based design practice founded by Maureen Nollette in 1998. She previously designed and manufactured a line of minimal, modern contemporary furniture that received quite a bit of acclaim in the industry. Maureen has now carried her minimal aesthetic to a line of limited edition fine art prints which have … Read more
Scan from The Boston Globe. Illustration courtesy of Brian Lies. So, I’m reading The Boston Sunday Globe today and next to an article called “Colorful Critters and Characters Inhabit the Heart of Dixie” there is a cute illustration of a bunny that looks mighty familiar. I read the fine print and sure enough, it belongs … Read more