Alongside two historic works by Gammell, this show includes over 40 paintings by the Guild of Boston Artists, demonstrating the representational painting tradition. (Show postponed - you can still learn about it here.)
Preview the impressionistic landscapes in oil, to be shown at Williams Fine Art Dealers, here.
Preview an exhibition of still life paintings by Todd M. Casey at Rehs Contemporary.
“A Century of Creativity: Connecticut Art from the New Haven Paint & Clay Club” celebrates the history and continuing legacy of the New Haven Paint & Clay Club, one of the oldest active art clubs in New England, established in 1900.
Learn about an exhibition from Christine Merrill, whose portraits of show dogs, sporting dogs, and beloved pets have enriched the lives of collectors around the world.
Gallery owner Andrea Strang tells us, “I don’t think I can be prouder than to have these seven talented ladies showing with us and with such an amazing and beautiful theme.”
The exhibition showcases an array of artists’ narrative interpretations over the last century and demonstrates how the subway exemplifies the diversity and community that defines New York as a city.
Fourteen watercolor paintings, ranging in scale from 10 x 9 inches to 45 x 32 inches, celebrate the city that has served as the artist’s career-long muse and lifelong home.
This series by Tara Lewis redefines gender stereotypes and revisits past decades with a dose of satirical zing that results in willful nonconformist debutantes gone rebel-rogue.
Now in its 66th year, the Winter Show features a range of exhibitors whose offerings span 5,000 years of museum-quality art and antiques.