“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.
Lauren Clark Fine Art and Mary Childs present “NOCA in the Berkshires” Artists from North Cambridge Glass School and Studios in Cambridge, MA DAVID J. BENYOSEF CARRIE GUSTAFSON PETER HOUK CALEB NICHOLS July 22 – August 20 Reception for the Artists Saturday, Ju
JOAN BARBER RICHARD BRITELL KRIS GALLI TERRY WISE July 8 – August 6 2017 Reception for the Artists Saturday, July 8, 5-8 pm Lauren Clark Fine Art is pleased to present “Portraits and Figures” with Berkshire Artists, Joan Barber, Richard Britell, Kris Galli and Terr
“The Line & The Curve” Sculpture and Paintings by Sharon Wandel May 27 – June 25 Reception for the Artist May 27, 4-7pm Known primarily for her sculptures of sleek bronze birds, Sharon Wandel is also a painter of some renown. In this Inaugural Show and Se
Lauren Clark Fine Art and Framing on the Edge are happy to announce we are all moved in, freshly painted, newly arranged, and up and running at our new location! Our new address is 325 Stockbridge Road (RT 7) in Great Barrington (formerly Hammertown) Come by President’s Weekend
“NY, NY” Paintings of New York City Architecture Up Close and Personal by Richard Britell October 8 – November 6 Reception for the Artist October 8, 4 -7 pm “There are modes of Realism in which the depiction of concrete detail is so concentrated – and so obsess
“Politics Not As Usual, The Art and Politics of Geoffrey Moss” October 15 through The Election Reception for the Artist, Saturday, October 15, 4-6pm This contentious election season is like no other in memory. Media pundits are in a feeding frenzy, never at a loss for words, unlike po