What’s Out There

February 9, 2018 § Leave a comment

detail of Parallel by Bryan McFarlane at Gallery Naga

During the cold winter months is a perfect time to enjoy the visual arts inside.  After spending a couple of months in Florida it was worth getting out in the cooler weather in Massachusetts to visit a couple of local exhibits.  The Gallery Naga in Boston currently has a 40th Anniversary:  Artists M – V  thru February 24, 2018 and the South Shore Art Center is featuring Shapes and Shadows thru February 18, 2018.

Birds in Flight by Todd McKie at Gallery Naga

Gallery Naga is celebrating 40 years by featuring a single piece by each of their gallery artists.  Right now the exhibit has artists M thru V that includes a wide array of styles and mediums from paint, photography mixed media and sculpture.

Waves Crashing Sharksmouth by Julia von Metzsch Ramos at Gallery Naga

The many art pieces are beautiful and appealing to a wide variety of tastes.  Gallery Naga is always a welcome diversion to experience contemporary art created by Boston and New England artists while exploring Newbury Street.

Shapes and Shadows at the South Shore Art Center

At the South Shore Art Center their current exhibit is Shapes and Shadows juried by Abigail Ogilvy, Abigail Ogilvy Gallery in Boston, MA.

Anita by Colin Moore included in Shapes and Shadows

This exhibit includes selected pieces by the SSAC Gallery Artists.  The collection is diverse and yet cohesive and highlights the strengths and talents of its artists.

Sweet Dreams, Bitter Fruit by Jan McElhinny at the SSAC

Both of these exhibits will lift your spirits and raise your appreciation for the creativity found locally in Eastern Massachusetts and New England.

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