I was really pleased with how this exhibition came together and the reception we received as a group, despite the ongoing pandemic. It was strange, as when it was coming together the pandemic was really just gaining ground here on the Beast Coast of the U.S. What’s an arts organizer to do? We laid low, brought individual clients on quiet days, and fostered appreciation for the works made by and gathered by this small company of the most perfect of humans. Kim, Tracy, and Sandrine, it was my honor and privilege to work with you to make an exhibition that received a petitioned extension as well! Well done folks!
Many thanks to Artscope Magazine for their coverage in their capsule preview!
And for all the outreach from our friends at Clippership Wharf.
Everyone remains busy and with living life, with projects and working towards goals. I’m glad that we have faired as well as we have, and everyone had the opportunity to meet one another. The talent here in New England abounds and it was meaningful for myself to make space for people whom I care about and whose work I admire, respect, and enjoy very much. Be good to each other out there.
On view through APRIL 2, 2022; SPECTRA, a three person exhibition of works from formative artists from my lived history here in the gorgeous Commonwealth of Massachusetts. I met Kim way back during my undergraduate days at UMASS Amherst (side shout out to Craig & Loretta); Tracy and I connected during some years later during my stint in the publishing scene; and Sandrine is a delightful contemporary of mine that I find joy during our evenings at Atlantic Works Gallery.
All of this is done through Atlantic Works Gallery and in fond partnership with ClipArt Gallery.