Saturday, June 23, 2012

Summer 2012, opening Thursday, June 28!

Eric March, "The Destruction of the Vinegar Hill Power Plant"

Sam Goodsell, "Threshold"
All the awesome contemporary realist art you could hope for is now at a fabulous historic storefront near you. (as long as you happen to be near downtown North Adams, that is).  Never made it out to see our art space at the Beaver Mill?  Now we've made it easy for you.  Already a fan from our loft space, but you missed us all winter?  Us too.  Please come visit the newest little art gallery in downtown North Adams.
Bob Lafond, "Ghost Plane"

Monday, June 11, 2012

New digs!

Paintings of downtown North Adams are right at home!
We love our loft, but couldn't turn down the opportunity to move the art gallery this summer to historic Eagle Street in downtown North Adams.  We'll be keeping the loft for art classes, life drawing sessions, and of course, our own nefarious art-making purposes.  However, having our art gallery downtown will enable us to participate more fully in all the nifty seasonal goings-on in North Adams, including the Berkshire Food Festival, Downstreet Art, and the Eagle Street Beach Party. It's a great time to see art in the Berkshires. Please visit us at 40 Eagle Street, just a short walk from Mass MoCA!
North Adams' newest art gallery.

We love our new neighbors, including Martha Flood Textiles right next door!
That's a peek of the interior, with paintings by Thor Wickstrom, Eric March, and Susie Tarnowicz. Assistant gallerist Irene in the foreground.

Sunday, June 10, 2012


If there's an upside to rehanging an entire art gallery, it's the opportunity to find new ways of appreciating the great art we have on hand.  We are particularly taken with the unexpected synergy between Suzie Tarnowicz's (top) piece together with Eric March's oil painting (below).