or, time travel, Gallery Style......
The good news is that in the last 6 months, Fountain Street Fine art has been delightfully busy, hosting several exhibitions and a myriad of associated openings, gallery talks and events. The bad news is that this blog's not kept pace, not even a little!
So in the interest of historical accuracy, here's a quick recap of the past few months' exhibits and events, with links to more, to satisfy your curiosity.
Currently on view, through January 27, 2013
Second Anniversary: COTTON
(Can you believe it, our baby is turning two?)
On the Line
, installation by Catherine Weber.
, this open juried show features the work of 25 artists from 6 states, and
mediums as diverse as acrylic, oil, fiber, photography, steel and wax. Their works -- 33 in all -- align with five conceptual threads: textile as image and object, structures, narratives, vessels and landscape. See more
from the show and read Mattera's insightful statement
Nov 15- Dec 16, 2012
A Sense of Place :Core and Associate artist exhibit.
L-R: Work by Kellie Weeks, Sara Fine-Wilson, and Roy Perkinson
artist members explored ways that the concept of place impacts their work in this group show.
Work by Pamela DeJong, Lisa Thompson, Karen Jacobs, Michelle Lougee, and Kathleen Bryce.
All member artists were invited to take part in a
, timed to coincide with Fountain Street's WInter Open Studios event. Each item was less than 16 in. in any dimension, and under $500 in price. Jewelry, ceramics and other small items appropriate for Holiday giving were also available.
November 18, 2013
Community Supported ARTHARVEST PARTY
Clockwise from Left: CSA pieces by Virginia Fitzgerald, Jeanne Williamson, Lisa Barthelson, Marie Craig, Cheryl Clinton, and Kay Hartung.
, a new adventure in art collecting, modeled after the popular concept of communitysupported agriculture, was embarked upon by the Gallery.
The six artists (Lisa Barthelson, Cheryl Clinton, Marie Craig, VIrginia Fitzgerald, Kay Hartung and Jeanne Williamson) who each created new body of work especially for this project,
delivered their pieces and celebrated with shareholders at an Art Harvest Party in November
. Artists, who loved the opportunity to experiment with new media and approaches, and collectors, who were thrilled with their six original works of art, were delighted by the experience.
October 11 - November 4, 2012
The Balance Between:
Recent paintings by
James Wilson Rayen & Cheryl Clinton
Nature and landscape, with water in one form or another translated in paint, link the work of both painters featured in this exhibit. Rayen describes the challenge of making a painting as “finding the balance between observation, memory and invention -each plays an essential role.”
September 6-30, 2012
Five Artists with Framingham Connections
Cross Town, curated by Catherine Carter, brought together the work of five artists with close ties to the town of Framingham. Their expressions take diverse forms, from sculptural ceramics to abstract and representational imagery on canvas and paper. As a group, their innovative energy is a part of the creative spirit of this community.