Jim Youngerman, “New Work: Strange & Alluring” set to open Saturday, August 4, with a reception for the artist from 4-7pm. The show runs through August 26. Known locally and nationally as a fine artist working primarily in watercolor, ink and graphite on paper, Mr. Yo
Please join us for a reception for the artist Saturday, July 14, 4-7pm. As an artist I deal with relationships. Relationships that I have to the world, community, environment, family, and friends. I also deal with the relationship I have with myself at any given time. My art, whether
Here’s the line-up: Paper Marbling Workshops with Lauren Clark Discover the ancient, magical art of Turkish Marbling in a fun and engaging workshop with veteran paper marbler, Lauren Clark. Guaranteed to make you smile, this delightful one-day workshop will include a brief lecture, de
Control vs. KAOS The Eccentric Digital Imagery of Bill Cooke, Saturday, May 26, 4-7pm. Pop-Up Show and Reception with Bill Cooke. Here’s a statement by the artist and its a good read! Artist’s statement Pattern recognition is hardwired in our brains. There are innumerable patt
Joe Wheaton, light show extraordinaire, will present his latest art video projections at the gallery’s outside event space. Wheaton has been known for 30 years in the Berkshires and beyond for his graceful metal sculpture, and more recently for his energetic, “art in motion” video pro
Paper Marbling Demonstration Saturday, April 28, 12-5 On Saturday, April 28th, from Noon ’til 5 I will be demonstrating the ancient craft of Turkish Paper Marbling here at the gallery. I have been a paper marbler since the mid 1980’s and have given many demonstrations and worksh
“For centuries art has been one of the things that has articulated a civilized society. While creating these pieces I began to wonder whether my time might be better spent registering voters, or sending out counter bots? To me these pieces represent ‘after-burn’, t
Is a poet born to write about—and repeat—only a few preoccupations? Join fellow lovers of poetry and four accomplished poets—Jayne Benjulian, Malachi Black, Kerrin McCadden, and Owen Lewis—in spirited conversation about writing into, through, and about their obsessions.