“Welcome to the Table” paintings by Terry Wise at Castle Street Cafe RECEPTION FOR THE ARTIST AT THE CAFE Sunday, June 12, 1-3 pm Beautiful, inviting table settings, tasty scenes, and still life in oils. Terry’s distinctive style employs layers of patterning,
“As Was and As Is” works on paper by FRANCO PELLEGRINO May 21 – June 6 RECEPTION FOR THE ARTIST Saturday, May 28, 4-7pm Lauren Clark Fine Art presents “As Was and As Is”, works on paper by Franco Pellegrino. In the late 1960’s George Miller of Miller Supply i
Join us at the gallery for a weekend filled with a lavish array of beautiful, unique handcrafted jewelry and spirited refreshments! Friday, February 12 from 5-8pm Saturday, February 13 from 1-7pm Sunday, February 14 from 11-3pm Of her work and inspiration, Magdalene Teigen Stor
Photo by Christina Lane Book Signing with Shakespeare and Company’s Tina Packer “WOMEN OF WILL: Following the Feminine in Shakespeare’s Plays” Saturday, July 25, 6pm “Visceral and intellectual . . . A sparkling, insightful exploration of Shakespeare’s words and
August 4 – August 31 Reception for the artist, Saturday, August 15, 4:00-7:00pm Jewelry Demonstration by the artist, Friday August 28, 1:00-5:00pm The unruly jewels in this exhibition include jewels plus enclosures or ‘nesting cases’, a form that Kaye-Moses has been exploring fo
In 1989 Richard Britell and Gabrielle Senza opened Spazi Contemporary Art in a beautiful, expansive space in the Barbieri Lumber Mill in Housatonic. This summer Lauren Clark Fine Art will pay tribute to a few of the artists she encountered when she moved to the Berkshires that same y
Join us for an afternoon of story and poetry reading, Saturday, April 18th from 4-6 pm. Official launch and book signing of Belle Fox-Martin’s new Book Misplaced Day will take place on Saturday, April 18, from 4-6pm at Lauren Clark Fine Art, 25 Railroad Street in Great Barrington, MA.
HOMESPUN THEATRE is thrilled to be returning to the Lauren Clark gallery for a staged reading of The Language Archive By Julia Cho. The play tells the story of George, a man consumed with preserving and documenting the dying languages of far-flung cultures. Closer to home though, lan