As part of our effort to continue to keep artists and art galleries in business, we're proud to bring you this new "Virtual Gallery Walk."
Robert Goldstrom is a painter who thinks in series, revisiting a compelling motif again and again until it plays itself out. Learn about his current series and exhibition here.
The Concord Museum is debuting a new exhibition titled "Home" by Loring W. Coleman, a notable plein air painter of New England landscapes through...
Somerville Manning Gallery presents an exhibition of talented artists along with the masters who gave them inspiration, exploring the importance of art history even through modern times.
Collectively, these nocturne paintings create a world filled with mood, wonder, and anticipation, bringing to life moments that are ephemeral and compelling.
Congratulations to all the artists juried into the 2020 American Women Artists Spring Online Juried Show. Preview the winning works here.
Born out of Robert Simon's expertise in Italian painting, the gallery's interests have since expanded. Learn their advice for collectors and more in this Q&A.
"On the Loose" is an online exhibition of the Plein Air Painters of America. The Taos Art Museum at Fechin House is hosting the exhibition via their website throughout September.
For Sedrick Huckaby, the African American family and its heritage has been the content of his work for several years. His wife and exhibition partner, Letitia Huckaby tells us, "The basic premise behind my work is faith, family, and legacy. It is a time capsule for the African American experience."
John Moore’s luminous handling of land, sky, and water opens the space beyond his signature depictions of factory windows and bridges and, with this heightened atmosphere, recalls the rich tradition of American landscape painting.