It’s getting to be that time again: Miller Street Open Studios are nearly upon us. It’s always such an exciting event, especially because we do it only every other year. This year, the even starts on April 5th, from 5-10pm. It continues on the 6th and 7th, 12–5pm both days.
For more details, see the official Miller St. site. You’ll find everything that you need to know, including the other artists showing and directions. There’s also a Facebook event, if you’re into that kind of thing.
Hope to see you there, and please say “hi” if you’re able to make it.
That awesome header in image is by the talented Mr. James Weinberg, btw.
This weekend brings the annual event of Somerville Open Studios. I will be participating again this year, but not at my actual studio. Instead, I will be showing my work at the Arts at the Armory venue. The Armory is a great destination, if you make it out to the event. Lots of great artists in the, and you can even catch one of the last winter farmer’s markets before Open Studios begins. See below for directions and details.
If you can make it out to the event, I would love to see you there. Feel free to stop in and say “Hi”. In addition to my artwork, I will have books for sale that catalog the Small Square Series. You can download a free digital copy of the book here, to get a sneak peek.
Arts at the Armory
- 191 Highland Ave.
- Somerville, MA 02143
- Saturday and Sunday, 12PM–6PM
For more details on Somerville Open Studios, check out their website.
As one of the printmakers at Mastwood Press, my work will be on display at Gallery 321, which is part of the Washington Street Art Center. In addition to myself, will be the work of Rachel Mello and Rachel Silber, two excellent printmakers. While we are all printers and share a common working space, we have unique approaches to the medium that result in different work.
The work will be on display June 4 through June 25.
We will be having an opening reception on Friday, June 10, from 6-9pm.
I’m happy to announce that a week from today, I will be opening my studios for everybody to come check out. For those that have been to the 11 Miller Street Open Studios before, you’ll probably be aware that the event happens ever other year. This year, it happens to coincide with Somerville Open Studios, so I can kill two birds with one stone. I’m actually quite pleased with this, and I’m excited to show people the new work.
The 11 Miller Street event starts next Friday (the 29th), from 6pm to 10pm. It’s a great event, with a jazz band on the first floor and each artist puts out a great spread of food. Come on by after work.
Somerville Open Studios is Saturday, the 30th, and Sunday, May 1st. I will be in the studio from 12pm–6pm both days.
If you would like more information on the Miller Street Open Studios, click here.
Information on Somerville Open Studios can be found on this page.
I hope you can make it out, and I look forward to seeing you.
By the way, the image up top is by the fantastic James Weinberg.
The very nice people at Be Nice Art Friends did a little feature on my work [link no longer available]. Short it and sweet, it shows a few of my prints and includes a bit of a bio, as well as my recent interview for the SCAT Gallery show: Pattern Recognition.
If you haven’t checked out their blog, I highly recommend it. It’s curated by a handful of well informed individuals, and features very interesting articles on contemporary art and popular culture. They usually update multiple times a day, so you should definitely check it out.
Quick heads up: I have work at the Nave Gallery’s December Salon. For those not ‘in the know,’ it’s a great show with a ton of art. Everything is on sale for less than $400, so if you’re in the market for new work for the apartment or looking for holiday gifts, it’s a great place to go.
The Nave is located on Powderhouse Blvd. in Somerville. You can check out more info about the Salon, including directions here.
The show is open now through Sunday, so you have to go quick.
The studio where I do all of my printmaking is having an open studio this weekend. The festivities begin Friday night, the 24th, from 6pm–10pm, with excellent art, refreshments and the music of the Ken Field Band. The event continues on Saturday the 25th, from 12pm–5pm.
I’m really excited, since it’s the first time that I’ve put my work on display for a while. I’m not really expecting much, but maybe I’ll see what people think about it. I’m also stoked to see the other artists’ work in the building. I have a lot of respect for their works, and it should be a lot of great stuff to look at.
Parking is as available at the Star Market on Beacon. Bring friends and family. Everybody is welcome.
More info here: http://www.technofrolics.com/MillerStreetOpenStudios/
Google map here: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=11+Miller+Street%2C+Somerville%2C+MA
Hope to see you there!