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This Week's Newsletter: January 21, 2020

 

The Valley Arts Newsletter
January 21, 2020
Issue #594

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Featured Listings:

Sculpting from a Figure with Steven Saxenien

Date & Time: Saturday & Sunday, February 8-9, 10am-4pm both days
Fee: $250 non-members / $225 members
Class Location: Workshop13
Address: 13 Church Street
City/Town: Ware
Website: www.workshop13.org/education/fine-arts

An intensive two-day workshop in which students will work in clay to create small scale figure studies with a live model. Instruction will focus on proportions, basic anatomy composition and basic sculpting techniques. Students will be taught what to look for in order to capture gesture and balance in a pose. There will be an opportunity to have at least one completed study fired and taken home after the workshop concludes. Includes all materials. See website to register.

Contact: Marie Lauderdale
marie@workshop13.org

 

Artists of Arcadia's Art House

Artists: group show
Start Date: December 6, 2019
End Date: January 29, 2020
Location Name: Visitor's Center, Mass Audubon Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary
Hours: 9am-3pm daily
Address: 127 Combs Road
City/Town: Easthampton
Website: www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/wildlife-sanctuaries/arcadia/exhibits/art-house-artists

Works created by the Art House artists-in-residence: Stacy Dell Isola, Ella Condon, Doris Madsen, Russell Powell, and Jan Ruby-Crystal. This is a fundraiser for the Art House. The Arcadia Art House is a lively and charming cabin, open five days a week from April through November 1. Artists-in-residence provide encouragement, opportunities, and art materials to help visitors and campers of all ages engage in their own creative experiences.

Contact: Devorah Levy
arcadia@massaudubon.org
413-584-3009

 

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Agawam Exhibits/Events

Under the Sea

Artist: John Matlock
Start Date: January 1, 2020
End Date: January 31, 2020
Location Name: Agawam Public Library
Hours: Mon-Thur 9am-9pm, Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 10am-5pm
Address: 750 Cooper Street
City/Town: Agawam
Website: agawamlibrary.org

John's art features marine life painted in acrylics and will be highlighted in the main gallery of the library's entrance. John hopes to bring awareness to the ever-growing pollution problem in our oceans. His goal is to inspire the protection of endangered species. His fine attention to detail and a vibrant palette allow the viewer to actually step into the scene before them and become one with the painting, embracing the serenity of the underwater world.

Contact: ccollins@agawamlibrary.org
413-789-1550

 

Amherst Exhibits/Events

Roni Horn

Artist: Roni Horn
Start Date: January 31, 2020
End Date: April 26, 2020
Reception Date: January 30, 4-7:30pm
Location Name: University Museum of Contemporary Art
Hours: Tue-Fri 11am-4:30pm, Sat-Sun 2–5pm
Address: UMass
City/Town: Amherst
Website: umass.edu/umca

For more than forty years, American artist Roni Horn has developed a richly diverse practice that spans drawing, sculpture, photography, installation, and books. Exploring wide-ranging topics including human identity, ecology, landscape, weather, and language, Horn's work intermingles material and context, complicating relationships between object, subject, and viewer in the process. Roni Horn in Conversation with Julie Brigham-Grette and William Daniels: Jan 30th, 5-6pm.

Contact: 413-545-3672

 

Valley Skies

Artist: Dominique Thiebaut
Start Date: January 20, 2020
End Date: March 31, 2020
Reception Date: January 31, 4:30-6:30pm
Location Name: Hitchcock Center for the Environment
Hours: Tue-Thur 9am-5:30pm, Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 2/1 & 3/14 9am-1pm
Address: 845 West Street
City/Town: Amherst
Website: www.hitchcockcenter.org

Long-time resident of the valley Dominique Thiebaut has selected photographs of the landscape surrounding the Pioneer Valley, including several photographs of the Holyoke Range. Thiebaut's photographs capture the ever-changing New England light, focusing on the Seven Sisters in early morning sunlight, encased in fog, with rolling clouds caressing their tops, or in the glow of a summer sunset.

Contact: Rebecca Niemark
Rebecca@hitchcockcenter.org
413-256-6006

 

Capriccio

Artist: Elisa Lanzi
Start Date: February 1, 2020
End Date: February 28, 2020
Reception Date: Thursday, February 6, 5-8pm
Location Name: Burnett Gallery at Jones Library
Hours: Mon 1-5pm, Tue & Thur 9am-9pm, Wed & Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 1-4:30pm
Address: 46 Amity Street
City/Town: Amherst
Website: www.joneslibrary.org/204/Burnett-Gallery

A "capriccio" is a work of art representing a fantasy or a mixture of real and imaginary features. This exhibit features hand-colored lithograph monoprints and collages with handmade paper inspired by the artist's sojourns in her favorite European locales: Portugal, Venice and Sicily. Lanzi is interested in how common visual motifs have emerged over time that connect these places and cultures. Opening reception is Feb 6 during Amherst Arts Night Plus.

Contact: Elisa Lanzi
lanzielisa@gmail.com
413-256-8801

 

Future Forward

Artist: Christina Gusek
Start Date: January 22, 2020
End Date: February 29, 2020
Reception Date: Thursday, February 6, 5-8pm
Location Name: Hope & Feathers Framing and Gallery
Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Thur 10am-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm
Address: 319 Main Street
City/Town: Amherst
Website: hopeandfeathersframing.com/gusek-future-forward

Gusek's vibrant futuristic drawings are inspired by recent advancements in science and technology and imagine the possible consequences these developments may have on nature and humanity. She illustrates fantastical aspects of possible and unknown futures, evoking dialogues involving theories of humanity evolving beyond current physical and mental limitations toward an ultimate goal of immortality. Her work ultimately poses the question: what effects will future technologies have on humans and our planet?

Contact: gallery@hopeandfeathersframing.com
413-835-0197

 

Release the Moorings

Artist: Christine Texiera
Start Date: January 26, 2020
End Date: February 28, 2020
Reception Date: Sunday, January 26, 2-4pm
Location Name: Hampden Gallery, UMass
Hours: Tue-Fri 1-6pm, Sun 2-5pm
Address: 131 Southwest Circle, Hampden Commons
City/Town: Amherst
Website: fineartscenter.com/hampden

This series contemplates flight and transportation as a metaphor for personal change. In these pieces, the sleek dirigibles and birds become entangled in their environment, halting their potential for loft. The focal images have the potential to rise, but their surrounding milieu interrupts them.

Contact: Sally Curcio
413-545-3394

 

Excogitation

Artist: Sloan Tomlinson
Start Date: January 26, 2020
End Date: February 28, 2020
Reception Date: Sunday, January 26, 2-4pm
Location Name: Hampden Gallery, UMass
Hours: Tue-Fri 1-6pm, Sun 2-5pm
Address: 131 Southwest Circle, Hampden Commons
City/Town: Amherst
Website: fineartscenter.com/hampden

Tomlinson's goal is to create images that swim with a certain mood. His work appears to harken back to the period of time between the turn of the century and the 1930s. For him, there is a great appreciation for that time fraught with invention, creation, discovery, conflict, and hardship. He takes hints from this period to create his tales. His ultimate goal is for viewers to wonder how these images got to this point, and to be curious as to what will transpire after.

Contact: Sally Curcio
413-545-3394

 

Self Portrait Paintings From Past To Present

Artist: Nancy K. Johnson
Start Date: January 26, 2020
End Date: February 28, 2020
Reception Date: Sunday, January 26, 2-4pm
Location Name: Hampden Gallery, UMass
Hours: Tue-Fri 1-6pm, Sun 2-5pm
Address: 131 Southwest Circle, Hampden Commons
City/Town: Amherst
Website: fineartscenter.com/hampden

Johnson is captivated by the physicality and craft of painting, its viscosity and malleability. When the oils and pigments coalesce and congeal to an almost sculptural effect is when she reaches her personal nirvana. Self Portraits are a way for her to reflect as the passing of time and events that influence her inner state of being and her outer appearance.

Contact: Sally Curcio
413-545-3394

 

Part of the Mind

Artists: group show
Start Date: January 12, 2020
End Date: February 29, 2020
Location Name: Gallery A3 at GoBerry
Address: 28 Amity Street, 1E
City/Town: Amherst

Drawings by Gallery A3 Members. Image: "An Old Story" by Rochelle Shicoff. Pencil, color pencil.

 

Seasons in the Forest

Artist: Christine Copeland
Start Date: January 2, 2020
End Date: February 28, 2020
Location Name: Amherst Town Hall
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm
Address: 28 Amity Street
City/Town: Amherst
Website: www.amherstma.gov/1932/Featured-Artists

Copeland explores her relationship with a recovering forest in Northfield that she and her husband conserved "Forever Wild" in 2007 with Mount Grace. She says, "To see a forest hawk perched high in the canopy requires senses on high alert. This is good for a painter." The use of soft acrylics with flow medium loosens paint so that it acts like watercolor on canvas or Fabriano paper. Wet paint on horizontal surfaces yields surprises -- color and form emerge and blend in unexpected ways.

Contact: Christine Copeland
christinecopeland16@gmail.com
413-834-1020

 

COLOR!

Artists: group show
Start Date: January 2, 2020
End Date: February 1, 2020
Location Name: Gallery A3
Address: 28 Amity Street
City/Town: Amherst
Website: gallerya3.com

A group show of work by gallery members. Artists in Community Forum: Thursday, January 16, at 7:30pm, gallery members will talk about how they engage with color in their work and invite questions and comments from the audience.

Contact: Valerie Gilman
val@valeriegilman.com
413-253-0171

 

Exploring Light, Dark and Color: Recent Pastel Landscapes

Artist: Richard Cohen
Start Date: November 1, 2019
End Date: January 30, 2020
Location Name: Jewish Community of Amherst
Hours: Tue-Thur 10am-4pm, Fri 10am-3pm, or by appt
Address: 742 Main Street
City/Town: Amherst

Cohen's landscape paintings are inspired by his love of the outdoors. Being in nature nourishes and energizes him, and in his paintings he tries to capture the beauty, awe and serenity of those experiences. He wants to enable the viewer, even when inside, to be surrounded by natural beauty, and experience the play of light on hills, trees and water.

Contact: Richard Cohen
ra_cohen@msn.com
413-256-6145

 

Easthampton Exhibits/Events

Photographs

Artist: Denise Riggs
Start Date: January 15, 2020
End Date: March 31, 2020
Reception Date: Friday, February 7, 6-9pm
Location Name: Payson Gallery
Hours: Mon-Thur 10am-5pm
Address: 50 Payson Avenue
City/Town: Easthampton
Website: www.easthamptoncityarts.com/event/photographs-by-denise-riggs

I am a fine art photographer with a BFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design. I have lived in the Pioneer Valley since 2002. Instinctually, I approach a subject directly. I shoot what I see and call it what it is. I do not manipulate my images (outside of routine color correction), no cropping, no double exposure, and using only available light. I am intrigued with reflections; I feel their layered complexities bring out the finest elements of contemporary photography.

Contact: 413-529-1425

 

Four Friends

Artists: group show
Start Date: January 3, 2020
End Date: January 31, 2020
Location Name: The Inn at Lathrop Community
Hours: 9am-4pm daily
Address: 100 Bassett Brook Drive
City/Town: Easthampton
Website: lathrop.kendal.org

Sue Shellenberger is a keen observer, and her paintings demonstrate a unique and heartfelt perspective on objects, people and places in her life. Suzanne Dudley is still experimenting with many mediums and styles, but she has found pastels, woodblock printing, charcoal, and collage especially rewarding. Anne Cohen's watercolors call her to be fully present to the world around her and are her songs of gratitude, wonder and love. Linda Lastoff is inspired by nature and by coastal scenery in particular.

Contact: Adele Dowell
adele.dowell@gmail.com
413-203-5688

 

Easthampton Images

Artists: group show
Start Date: December 14, 2019
End Date: February 1, 2020
Location Name: Wedge Works Art and Home
Address: 26 Cottage Street
City/Town: Easthampton
Website: Wedgeworksart.com

Paintings and Photographs by Easthampton Artists: hristy Patrick, Rose Connors Oshei, Patrick Brough, Matt Evald Johnson.

Contact: Boni Johnson
bonibayside@gmail.com
201-310-2711

 

Flight

Artists: group show
Start Date: December 14, 2019
End Date: February 2, 2020
Location Name: #LOCAL Gallery
Address: 40 Cottage Street
City/Town: Easthampton
Website: www.localbyciderhouse.com

Birds, in all their beautiful shapes and forms, bring an aliveness to our lives that we often take for granted. This exhibit will remind you of their exquisiteness, of their beauty, and of their magic. Their fluttering, flight and song are to be celebrated! Join us as 16 artists come together to share how they have been inspired and moved by our wonderful, feathered friends.

Contact: 413-203-5781

 

Artists of Arcadia's Art House

Artists: group show
Start Date: December 6, 2019
End Date: January 29, 2020
Location Name: Visitor's Center, Mass Audubon Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary
Hours: 9am-3pm daily
Address: 127 Combs Road
City/Town: Easthampton
Website: www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/wildlife-sanctuaries/arcadia/exhibits/art-house-artists

Works created by the Art House artists-in-residence: Stacy Dell Isola, Ella Condon, Doris Madsen, Russell Powell, and Jan Ruby-Crystal. This is a fundraiser for the Art House. The Arcadia Art House is a lively and charming cabin, open five days a week from April through November 1. Artists-in-residence provide encouragement, opportunities, and art materials to help visitors and campers of all ages engage in their own creative experiences.

Contact: Devorah Levy
arcadia@massaudubon.org
413-584-3009

 

Street Art from Montreal to Miami

Artist: Richard Bulda
Start Date: November 8, 2019
End Date: February 5, 2020
Location Name: Mill 180 Park
Hours: Wed & Sat 10am-6pm, Thur-Fri 10am-10pm, Sun 11am-6pm
Address: 180 Pleasant Street #217
City/Town: Easthampton
Website: www.facebook.com/RichardWBulda

Richard Bulda captures images that rock with a sense of happening. This exhibit showcases his travels to Montreal for the Under Pressure Annual Montreal Graffiti Festival, to Wynwood district in Miami during Art Basel, which features hundreds of street artist working on their walls, to Fresh Paint Springfield annual Mural Festival. His first memorable foray in digital was with the Christo's Gate project in Central Park, He enjoys rubbing elbows with highly creative people wherever he travels.

Contact: RichardBulda@gmail.com

 

Florence Exhibits/Events

Vision 20/20

Artists: group show
Start Date: January 3, 2020
End Date: February 27, 2020
Location Name: Greenfield Cooperative Bank
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm, Sat 9am-12pm
Address: 6 Main Street
City/Town: Florence
Website: www.greenfieldcoopbank.com

An exhibition in two parts beginning and concluding the new year by artists Erica Ann Flood, Jennifer Ablard, Ellen Koteen, and Denise M. Riggs. It focuses on interpretations of perspective. We are a group of seven artists brought together in 2019, inspired by one member's craving for a supportive community of art makers. We encourage each other along our individual visual and artistic journeys. All members live in the Pioneer Valley and met through Easthampton's cultural community.

Contact: Denise M. Riggs
esinedmorr@gmail.com
413-478-4911

 

Greenfield Exhibits/Events

The LAVA Center Grand Opening

Start Date: January 31, 2020
End Date: February 2, 2020
Location Name: The LAVA Center
Address: 324 Main Street
City/Town: Greenfield
Website: www.facebook.com/events/546330569285742

The LAVA Center is a new performing arts incubator, black box theater and community space in the heart of the Cultural District in downtown Greenfield. With a focus on creating opportunities in and through primarily the performing and literary arts, the LAVA Center will host a wide variety of arts events, classes, and workshops as well as be a space to display and sell art made by local artisans. The grand opening will coincide with Greenfield's annual Winter Carnival. See website for details.

Contact: info@localaccess.org
413-512-3063

 

Hampden Exhibits/Events

Vision 2020

Artists: group show
Date: January 25, 10am-4pm
Location Name: Hampden Senior Center
Address: 104 Allen Street
City/Town: Hampden
Website: www.scanticriverartisans.org

Contact: 413-205-7985

 

Holyoke Exhibits/Events

Coalescence

Artists: group show
Start Date: January 25, 2020
End Date: February 7, 2020
Reception Date: Saturday, January 25, 5-8pm
Location Name: Readywipe Gallery
Hours: 1-4pm: Jan 27-30, Feb 1 & 3-6
Address: 532 Main Street
City/Town: Holyoke
Website: readywipegallery.com

This very first Baustein artist residency program exhibition, featuring Pasqualina Azzarello, Jason Montgomery, and Zoe Sasson. The artists have each created individual bodies of work that are generative in nature and also informed by their experiences in a shared studio space. Image credit: Zoe Sasson, 2019.

Contact: Susannah Auferoth
info@readywipegallery.com

 

Fern Apfel & Ali Osborn

Artists: Fern Apfel, Ali Osborn
Start Date: January 18, 2020
End Date: February 23, 2020
Location Name: PULP
Address: 80 Race Street
City/Town: Holyoke
Website: pulpholyoke.com

Ali Osborn's work seeks to defamiliarize commonplace things to see them again for the first time. Through drawings, prints, books, and sculptures, he investigates how art can simultaneously flatten out a subject and bring it into sharper focus. In two bodies of work, DearNobody and The-stay-at-home-life-as-muse, Fern Apfel explores our relationship to old letters and household objects. These paintings present life not as then versus now, but as an inescapable circle of time and memory.

Contact: Dean Brown
dean@homeandhomme.com
413-362-6368

 

North Hatfield Exhibits/Events

Pushing Paint Around

Artist: Jim Murphy
Start Date: December 6, 2019
End Date: February 23, 2020
Location Name: Black Birch Vineyard
Address: 108 Straits Road
City/Town: North Hatfield
Website: www.blackbirchvineyard.com

Contact: Aja Talarico
aja@blackbirchvineyard.com
413-247-3300

 

Northampton Exhibits/Events

Black Refractions: Art in Focus

Date: January 30, 7pm
Location Name: Smith College Museum of Art
Address: 20 Elm Street at Bedford Terrace
City/Town: Northampton

Join guest speaker Whitley Hadley, Smith College director of multicultural affairs, who will share a personal response to a single work of art in the exhibition Black Refractions: Highlights from The Studio Museum in Harlem. Refreshments in the museum atrium immediately following.

Contact: artmuseum@smith.edu
413-585-2760

 

You, the drop, and I, the Ocean

Artist: Scout Cuomo
Start Date: January 30, 2020
End Date: April 17, 2020
Reception Date: February 7, 5-7pm
Location Name: Smith College Alumnae House Gallery
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-4pm
Address: 33 Elm Street
City/Town: Northampton
Website: scoutcuomo.com

Though the winter months have drawn us away from feeling bodies of water hold us on a warm day, these paintings of the figure consumed by the ocean serve as a place to reflect upon our connection to exploring our inner depths and its home in the universe. These oceans of paint revel in the vast, colorful landscape of our connection to the multiverse of space and water.

Contact: Jonelle Dennis
jdennis@smith.edu
413-585-2066

 

Winter 2020 at William Baczek Fine Arts

Artists: group show
Start Date: December 17, 2019
End Date: February 2, 2020
Location Name: William Baczek Fine Arts
Hours: Tue-Wed 10am-5pm Thur-Sat 10am-6 pm, Sun 12-5pm
Address: 36 Main Street
City/Town: Northampton
Website: www.wbfinearts.com

This group exhibition highlights the work of many artists: Michael Abrams, Jana Brike, Jaq Chartier, El Gato Chimney, Jeff Gola, Mallory Lake, Guy Laramee, Travis Louie, Jane Lund, Larry Preston, Scott Prior, Robert Sweeney, Eric Wert, Yin Yong Chun, and Chie Yoshii. The featured works span many mediums, from oil and egg tempera painting, to prints and carved books.

Contact: William Baczek
info@wbfinearts.com
413-587-9880

 

River Walks, Horizons, Crows, Dogs

Artist: Lynn Peterfreund
Start Date: January 1, 2020
End Date: February 28, 2020
Location Name: Coldwell Banker Upton Massamont
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Address: 112 Main Street
City/Town: Northampton
Website: lynnpeterfreund.com

Lynn Peterfreund is showing monotypes from her recent series, River Walks, depicting the Andrea Dawson Conservation area at the CT river in Hadley. Six larger prints from a colorful series of abstracted horizons of water and sky, along with two crow etchings and four painted dog portraits make up this show. All work is framed and available for purchase through the artist.

Contact: Lynn Peterfreund
lynnpeterfreund@gmail.com
413-237-6982

 

Brattleboro-West Arts

Artists: group show
Start Date: January 6, 2020
End Date: February 28, 2020
Location Name: Cooley Dickinson Hospital, North Galleries
Hours: 8am-8pm
Address: 30 Locust Street
City/Town: Northampton
Website: www.brattleboro-west-arts.com

Brattleboro-West Arts was founded in 2009 by neighbors who recognized the vibrant creative community that exists in the watershed of the Whetstone Brook west of downtown Brattleboro. Since then, membership has grown to include about thirty professional artists and craftspeople, working in many different media, who gather each month to share a meal, to educate and encourage each other, and to explore ways to enrich the artistic life of southern Vermont, and the surrounding area.

 

Birds and Wildlife of Berkshire and Hampshire Counties

Artist: Maggie Martin
Start Date: January 6, 2020
End Date: February 28, 2020
Location Name: Cooley Dickinson Hospital, West Gallery
Hours: 8am-8pm
Address: 30 Locust Street
City/Town: Northampton

Martin's beautiful photographs are a wonderful break from the cold and ice now settling on the Pioneer Valley. She has spent many years searching for and documenting the beauty of local animal life, especially the wide range of birds that make this area their home.

 

Looking East - A Personal Interpretation

Artist: Jay Alexander
Start Date: January 6, 2020
End Date: March 31, 2020
Location Name: Cooley Dickinson Health Center
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
Address: 22 Atwood Drive
City/Town: Northampton

Alexander's beautiful brush paintings present reinterpretations of several themes in Classical Chinese painting: the plum, orchid, flowering plants, birds, and landscape. These subjects are expressed through his deep attachment to the natural world, where the essential truth of a painted object is the operation of the spirit (Chi) in life movement (Zheng tung). His work has appeared in many literary/art publications--The Shanghai Literary Review, Remembered Arts, The Hopper Magazine and the A3 Review.

 

Dreamtime Fractals: Digital Paintings of Mandi Blais

Artist: Mandi Blais
Start Date: January 9, 2020
End Date: January 28, 2020
Location Name: New England Visionary Artists Museum
Hours: Tue-Thur & Sat 1-6pm
Address: 518 Pleasant Street
City/Town: Northampton
Website: anchorhouseartists.org

Mandi Blais presents her fascination for transformation through an artistic alteration of fractal images in brightly, digitally painted prints. Creating a base fractal layer is just the start of her artistic process. Using compositing software, she "paints" her fractal by adjusting the color, texture, and light, and applying filters to create a final image that is painterly and dreamy in a result she employs to approach the elusive complexities of life in our digital world.

Contact: Mike Tillyer
artists@anchorhouseartists.org
413-588-4337

 

Revive: Some Work Tillyeresque Work

Artist: Michael Tillyer
Start Date: January 9, 2020
End Date: January 28, 2020
Location Name: New England Visionary Artists Museum
Hours: Tue-Thur & Sat 1-6pm
Address: 518 Pleasant Street
City/Town: Northampton
Website: anchorhouseartists.org

Bringing back three figures tucked away into the fresh light of the 2020 day: "Jack," "Angel," and "The Bird" that will be on exhibit for this one show only (mature audiences). The Janitor's Wife may return with a new baby to join the "Janitor," too, but we will see. Got to love our valley, so personal.

Contact: Mike Tillyer
artists@anchorhouseartists.org
413-588-4337

 

Photography by Marty Espinola

Artist: Marty Espinola
Start Date: January 8, 2020
End Date: February 4, 2020
Location Name: Hosmer Gallery at Forbes Library
Address: 20 West Street
City/Town: Northampton
Website: forbeslibrary.org

I enjoy taking photographs of the endless variety of subjects provided so abundantly in nature. We are presented every day with unique scenes and subjects worthy of our attention. Sharing my visual and emotional experience with others has always been an important part of my work as an artist. The images in this exhibit hopefully express my appreciation as well as my emotional response to the gifts of nature that come my way.

Contact: fkaufmann@forbeslibrary.org
413-587-1011

 

Metal Sculpture by Jon Bander

Artist: Jon Bander
Start Date: January 8, 2020
End Date: February 4, 2020
Location Name: Hosmer Gallery at Forbes Library
Address: 20 West Street
City/Town: Northampton
Website: forbeslibrary.org

Throughout my life I've been surrounded by art and machinery. Born the son of an artist and an auto mechanic, I always found myself drawn to the beauty of mechanical shapes. My creativity is inspired from my need to destroy. Taking apart different things and recycling old parts that have been discarded in different ways to give them a new life. Sometimes it can be a bird made out of old cutlery to a hand made out of rusted bicycle chain. I work with very hard materials, which is the nature of metal.

Contact: fkaufmann@forbeslibrary.org
413-587-1011

 

Artist of the Month

Artist: Lindsay Fogg-Willits
Start Date: January 2, 2020
End Date: January 31, 2020
Location Name: Northampton Senior Center, Hall Gallery
Address: 67 Conz Street
City/Town: Northampton

In 2014, artist Lindsay Fogg-Willits took the "a painting a day" challenge while mothering and pregnant. Selected 4" x 4" mixed media works from this series will be on view at the Northampton Senior Center Artspace.

Contact: Nancy Yesu
Nyesu@northamptonma.gov
413-587-1313

 

So Far

Artist: B.Z. Reily
Start Date: January 9, 2020
End Date: February 2, 2020
Location Name: Oxbow Gallery
Hours: Thur-Sun 12-5pm
Address: 273 Pleasant Street
City/Town: Northampton
Website: oxbowgallery.org

B.Z. will show artist books, collages, prints and found object sculptures from over a 20 year span. She has shown her work in museums and galleries all over New England and the east coast. Image: "Merka's Rocks" 24" x 24" monoprint collage, 2019.

Contact: 413-586-6300

 

Boreal Luminations

Artists: Cyndy Sperry, Joanna Dunn
Start Date: January 9, 2020
End Date: February 2, 2020
Location Name: Oxbow Gallery, Back Room
Hours: Thur-Sun 12-5pm
Address: 273 Pleasant Street
City/Town: Northampton
Website: oxbowgallery.org

A Mixed Media Installation.

Contact: 413-586-6300

 

Bodies in Motion Festival

Start Date: January 4, 2020
End Date: January 31, 2020
Location Name: Northampton Community Arts Trust Building
Address: 33 Hawley Street
City/Town: Northampton
Website: northamptonartstrust.org

A month-long festival celebrating performing arts and the creative process. This month of programming is packed with performances, film, workshops, installations, residencies, and exhibits, and will fill the new Arts Trust building at 33 Hawley Street with an aim to enrich local communities.

Contact: Lisa Thompson
lisathompson@apearts.org
413-586-5553

 

Off-Brand Graceland

Artists: Senior Studio Art Majors at Smith College
Start Date: December 9, 2019
End Date: February 26, 2020
Location Name: Oresman & Jannotta Galleries (in Brown Fine Arts Center)
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Address: 22 Elm Street
City/Town: Northampton
Website: www.smith.edu/academics/art

Senior Studio Art Exhibition.

Contact: Rebecca Davis
artdept@smith.edu
413-585-3100

 

A Dust Bowl of Dog Soup: Picturing the Great Depression

Start Date: November 19, 2019
End Date: May 24, 2020
Location Name: Smith College Museum of Art
Address: 20 Elm Street at Bedford Terrace
City/Town: Northampton
Website: smith.edu

In 1935, in the midst of the Great Depression, President Roosevelt needed to generate enthusiasm for his New Deal. The challenge was to find support for investments into programs and services directed primarily to the recovery of rural America, which most city folk had not experienced firsthand.

Contact: artmuseum@smith.edu
413-585-2760

 

Shelburne Falls Exhibits/Events

Tiny Treasures

Artists: group show
Start Date: November 27, 2019
End Date: January 25, 2020
Location Name: Shelburne Arts Co-op
Hours: Sun-Mon & Wed-Thur 11am-5pm, Fri-Sat 11am-8pm
Address: 26 Bridge Street
City/Town: Shelburne Falls
Website: www.shelburneartscoop.com

A selection of miniature art works includes paintings, photographs, ceramics, fiber art, glass, basketry, paper cuts, handmade books, wooden boxes, jewelry, and holiday ornaments.

Contact: Flo Rosenstock
sac01370@gmail.com
413-625-9324

 

South Hadley Exhibits/Events

Five Felters, Five Perspectives

Artists: group show
Start Date: January 1, 2020
End Date: January 31, 2020
Location Name: Loomis Village Retirement Community
Hours: 10am-6pm
Address: 20 Bayon Drive, 2nd and 3rd Floor Galleries
City/Town: South Hadley
Website: www.loomiscommunities.org

The work of felters Nina Compagnon, Sally Dillon, Martha Robinson, Flo Rosenstock, and Margaret Stancer is showcased in this exhibition. Included are bespoke garments, landscapes, and abstract and sculptural wall pieces inspired by nature, historical artifacts, and imagination! Felting techniques demonstration: Wednesday, Jan 22nd at 2pm.

Contact: Nancy Young
doxey116@gmail.com
413-923-8545

 

Southampton Exhibits/Events

Eclectic Views in Black and White

Artist: Dan Milberg
Start Date: January 5, 2020
End Date: January 29, 2020
Location Name: Robert Floyd Photo Gallery and Learning Center
Hours: Sun, Tue & Wed, 1-5pm
Address: 2 East Street (@Route 10/College Highway)
City/Town: Southampton
Website: floydgallery.com

Dan Milberg's first solo exhibit, "Eclectic Views in Black and White." Eclectic they are. From Ireland to San Francisco to New England, Dan provides us a pathway through solitude. His images make us feel, we alone are present, a haunting and rewarding experience. He gets it about black and white. No color to shock us nor instant gratification. These images pull us in to explore his story as well as ours. Collaboration. It's worth the trip. Image: "Little House, Big Mountain" ©Dan Milberg, 2019

Contact: Robert Floyd
floyd@floydgallery.com
413-529-2635

 

Springfield Exhibits/Events

Buoniconti, D'Agostino, Petrolati II

Artists: group show
Start Date: January 16, 2020
End Date: February 29, 2020
Reception Date: Sunday, January 26, 2pm
Location Name: Springfield Jewish Community Center
Hours: Mon-Thur 5:30am-9:30pm, Fri 5:30am-6pm, Sun 7am-5pm
Address: 1160 Dickinson Street
City/Town: Springfield
Website: springfieldjcc.org

Join us for this exhibit of a local family of artists. Joanne Buoniconti, Frank D'Agostino, and Vi Petrolati.

Contact: Deb Krivoy
arts@springfieldjcc.org
413-739-4715

 

Ambidextrous

Artists: Andrae Green, Priya Green
Start Date: November 9, 2019
End Date: January 25, 2020
Location Name: Art for the Soul Gallery
Address: Tower Square, 1500 Main Street, 2nd Floor
City/Town: Springfield
Website: art4thesoul.org

A double-location exhibition of new paintings by husband and wife Springfield-based artists Andrae and Priya Green. Second location is Bing Arts Center, 716 Sumner Avenue.

Contact: artforthesoulgallery@gmail.com

 

Turners Falls Exhibits/Events

Exploded View: You Are Here

Artists: group show
Start Date: January 5, 2020
End Date: February 29, 2020
Location Name: The Great Falls Discovery Center
Address: 2 Avenue A
City/Town: Turners Falls

A community art show featuring dozens of artists from western New England. The theme is maps and all that they imply. Where do you live? Where are you from? Where do you dream? Where are your borders? Who gets to make the map? And who gets left out? Throughout January and February, Exploded View will host a series of workshops and events. Jan 26, 1-3pm: NAPPING. BYOB--Bring your own blanket! Jan 30, 12-1:30pm: WRITE HERE! Brown bag generative writing workshop using the Discovery Center as a prompt.

Contact: Samantha Wood
explodedviewma@gmail.com
413-522-3832

 

Ware Exhibits/Events

Residency at Bird Hill Farm

Artist: Karen Dolmanisth
Start Date: January 19, 2020
End Date: March 1, 2020
Location Name: Bird Hill Farm
Hours: Sun 12-4pm, or by appt
Address: 145 Church Street
City/Town: Ware
Website: birdhillfarm.com

In the transitional time leading up to her residency, Dolmanisth filled all of the guest rooms and common spaces in the Inn with some of her recent work. As her work unfolds, she will replace works displayed with new ones she creates during her residency, so the work on exhibit will change as the residency unfolds. At the culmination of her residency, she will facilitate 2 separate weekend-long retreats and a talk about her work and her process. Dates and details announced as the event approaches.

Contact: Vance Chatel
chatel64@gmail.com
413-277-0373

 

LOVE Story

Artists: group show
Start Date: January 31, 2020
End Date: February 27, 2020
Reception Date: Saturday, February 15, 5-7pm
Location Name: ArtWorks Gallery
Hours: Fri 3-7pm, Sat 11am-7pm, Sun 12-4pm
Address: 69 Main Street
City/Town: Ware
Website: www.workshop13.org/gallery

Come feel the love at ArtWorks in February, when several of our favorite local artists share the love stories that inspired some of their works. Enjoy a rare glimpse behind the canvas, and find out how these artists turned their love stories into remarkable works of art. Bring your sweetheart and join us for a special Valentine-themed artists' reception from 5 to 7pm on Saturday, February 15. Light refreshments will be served.

Contact: artworks@workshop13.org
413-277-6069

 

The Small Works Art Show

Artists: group show
Start Date: November 29, 2019
End Date: January 26, 2020
Location Name: ArtWorks Gallery
Hours: Fri 3-7pm, Sat 11am-5pm, Sun 12-4pm
Address: 69 Main Street
City/Town: Ware
Website: www.workshop13.org/artworks-gallery

A must-see group exhibition of work 10" or smaller in all dimensions. Representational paintings & illustrations, sculpture and art objects in this reduced scale will draw you in for a closer look. Guests of ArtWorks will display work alongside ArtWorks' resident artists Roc Goudreau, Gary Lippincott, Susan Tilton Pecora, Kara Bigda, Kathleen DeQuence Anderson, Susan Harris, Deborah Rubin, Loretta Medeiros and more. Consider the gift of art this holiday season!

Contact: Joyce Eichacker
Artworks@workshop13.org
413-277-6909

 

Westfield Exhibits/Events

Springfield Public Schools Art Exhibition

Artists: group show
Start Date: January 29, 2020
End Date: February 8, 2020
Reception Date: Wednesday, January 29, 4:45pm
Location Name: Arno Maris Art Gallery
Hours: Tue-Fri 10am-2pm, Sat 11am-3pm
Address: Westfield State University
City/Town: Westfield
Website: www.westfield.ma.edu/marisgallery

Art work created by Springfield Public School students. A panel discussion will be held Wednesday, January 29, in Ely's Center's Black Box Theater at 3:45pm, followed by a reception in Maris Art Gallery at 4:45pm. The panel will consist of Springfield Public School faculty members, Westfield State University Art Department faculty members and students.

Contact: Troy Watkins
twatkins@westfield.ma.edu
413-572-5523

 

Wilbraham Exhibits/Events

Snow

Artists: Wilbraham Art League
Start Date: January 3, 2020
End Date: January 30, 2020
Location Name: Wilbraham Public Library
Hours: library houurs
Address: 25 Crane Park Drive
City/Town: Wilbraham
Website: wilbrahamartleague.org

Works in a variety of media will be included, and many will be available for sale. Membership in WAL is open to artists, patrons, businesses, and all other persons interested in and supportive of fine arts in the Hampden County area. Most meetings include an art-oriented demonstration and are open to interested non-members. For more information, please visit our website.

 

Calls to Artists / Artist Opportunities

Our Loving Earth: 2020 Juried Spring Art Exhibit

Sponsoring Group Name: Monson Arts Council
Deadline: March 4-11
Submission Fees: $25 one piece, $35 two pieces, $45 three pieces
City/Town: Monson
Website: www.MonsonArtsCouncil.org

Our Loving Earth: 27th Annual Monson Arts Council Juried Spring Show: Weekends April 4-19, at House of Art. Photography/Video, Painting, 3D Art (including Fiber Art), Graphic Art (including drawing and printmaking). Originated by artist, completed in past 3 yrs, not previously exhibited in a MAC show. Must be for sale: Commission 20%. All entrants, work accepted or not, are eligible to sell in sales shop. Full details on website.

Contact: Tim Denney
artshows@monsonartscouncil.org
413-267-3208

 

Mountains Majesty

Sponsoring Group Name: #LOCAL Gallery
Deadline: February 26, 2020
Submission Fees: $35 for one up to three images; $5 for each additional image
City/Town: Easthampton
Website: localgallerybyciderhouse.com/exhibitions/mountains-majesty

Within the mountain theme, all media is eligible for consideration: all visual arts, painting, drawing, sculpture, and video. We are open to seeing other mediums and encourage 3D as well as 2D work. We are very open to many different styles and formats and thinking and creating outside of the box. Show dates: March 6 to April 26. See website for more information. It is important to read all of the submission guidelines to successfully complete the submission process.

Contact: 413-203-5781

 

Small Works Show at Sawmill River Arts Gallery

Sponsoring Group Name: Sawmill River Arts Gallery
Deadline: January 26
Submission Fees: $5 per piece
City/Town: Montague
Website: www.sawmillriverarts.com

A community Small Works Show of original 2- or 3-dimensional art, Feb 1-29. Non-juried show open to all ages, all mediums. Limit 2 pieces per artist, 10" in any direction, including frame (if framed). Application form at the gallery or website. Bring completed form, entry fee of $5 per piece and art to the gallery between Jan. 12-26. Art must be for sale, price set by artist. 20% commission of sale price to gallery. At the Book Mill, community reception Sat, Feb 1, 1-4pm.

Contact: Louise Minks
Louise@LouiseMinks.com
413-367-2800

 

The Illusion of Away: what really happens to our waste

Sponsoring Group Name: R.W. Kern Center, Hampshire College
Deadline: February 3, 2020
Submission Fees: none
City/Town: Amherst
Website: sites.hampshire.edu/rwkerncenter/2019/11/12/the-illusion-of-away-what-really-happens-to-our-waste

This winter the R.W. Kern Center is challenging you to look at what we throw away: waste. For most of us, our waste is hidden. Trash is taken away to an unseen landfill, waste water is processed in facilities far away from us, air pollutants are discharged in neighborhoods far removed from the public eye; this invisibility prevents us from conceptualizing our impact. Most of us have no sense of where our waste goes, how much waste we produce, or the legacy of our waste after we are gone.

Contact: Meredith Luchs
mel18@hampshire.edu
413-559-5949

 

10th Open Juried Photography Show at the Agawam Public Library

Sponsoring Group Name: Friends of the Agawam Public Library
Deadline: February 1
Submission Fees: $25 per entry, $30 after Jan 25
City/Town: Agawam
Website: www.agawamlibrary.org/about/friends

Categories: Creative, Nature, Photojournalism, Pictorial. Multiple entries allowed. Cash awards. Jurors: Sue Fenton and Kevin Fay. The Photography Show is to benefit the Agawam Public Library and to help recognize and encourage photographers. Show dates: February 3-28, 2020. Full details and entry form on website.

Contact: Bob Kadis
r.kadis@comcast.net
413-789-4814

 

Classes & Workshops

Altered Books: Paper Arts with Trish Crapo

Date & Time: 7-9pm, January 23
Fee: free (donations are welcome)
Class Location: Federal Street Books
Address: 12 Federal Street (next door to the store)
City/Town: Greenfield
Website: federalstreetbooks.com

Create a personalized art piece with paper! Join us for a talk and hands-on workshop with paper artist Trish Crapo. Participants may bring the paper they'd like to use (old letters, photos, magazine clippings, books). Please also bring scissors, x-acto, or a box cutter. Some materials will be provided, including unsaleable art books from Federal Street Books, for collaging. The event is free of charge but donations are welcomed. Art and paper crafting books will also be available for purchase.

Contact: Hillary Hoffman
fedstreetbooks@gmail.com

 

Intermediate/Advanced Wheel

Date & Time: Thursdays, 6-8:30pm, January 30 - March 19
Fee: $350 includes all materials
Organization: Tiffany Hilton Pottery
Class Location: Arts & Industry Building
Address: 221 Pine Street, studio 352
City/Town: Florence
Website: tiffanyhilton.com/classes

Take your skills to the next level with more advanced demonstrations. Small class size allows for lots of individual instruction and goal setting. Learn to make sets, lidded jars, teapots, and improve handles and glazing skills.

Contact: Tiffany Hilton
high_fired@hotmail.com
413-824-6506

 

Creating on the Wheel: Beginner and Beyond

Date & Time: Tuesdays, 6-8:30pm, February 4 - March 24
Fee: $325 includes all materials
Organization: Tiffany Hilton Pottery
Class Location: Arts & Industry Building
Address: 221 Pine Street, studio 352
City/Town: Florence
Website: tiffanyhilton.com/classes

Try the potter's wheel for the first time or get more practice with the basics of bowls, cups and plates. This is a very accommodating class with lots of demonstrations and individual instruction. The emphasis of the class will be on functional pottery using high-fired stoneware and glazes. Beginners are welcome.

Contact: Tiffany Hilton
high_fired@hotmail.com
413-824-6506

 

Sculpting from a Figure with Steven Saxenien

Date & Time: Saturday & Sunday, February 8-9, 10am-4pm both days
Fee: $250 non-members / $225 members
Class Location: Workshop13
Address: 13 Church Street
City/Town: Ware
Website: www.workshop13.org/education/fine-arts

An intensive two-day workshop in which students will work in clay to create small scale figure studies with a live model. Instruction will focus on proportions, basic anatomy composition and basic sculpting techniques. Students will be taught what to look for in order to capture gesture and balance in a pose. There will be an opportunity to have at least one completed study fired and taken home after the workshop concludes. Includes all materials. See website to register.

Contact: Marie Lauderdale
marie@workshop13.org

 

Watercolor Big & Bold with Deborah Rubin

Date & Time: 6:30-9pm, March 1 - April 1
Fee: $195 plus supplies
Class Location: Northampton Center for the Arts
Address: 33 Hawley Street
City/Town: Northampton
Website: www.nohoarts.org

Learn techniques and theory to create wonderful colorful paintings. techniques may include dry brush, wet on wet, big brush and flat brush. The emphasis is on "learning by doing" so expect to jump in with paint immediately.

Contact: Kelly Silliman
ncfa@nohoarts.org
413-584-7327

 

Create Art With Us with Lindsay K. Finch

Date & Time: Thursdays, 3-4pm (ongoing)
Fee: free - donations for supplies welcome
Organization: Lindsay Kendrick Studio
Class Location: Mill 180 Park
Address: 180 Pleasant Street
City/Town: Easthampton
Website: lindsaykfinch.wixsite.com/lindsaykstudio

A new weekly class taught by art educator Lindsay K. Finch. Lindsay's approach is warm and nurturing. Her hope is for each child to have a creative experience that will keep their natural interest in art alive. Classes are free, though donations for supplies are greatly appreciated. Lindsay Kendrick Studio, LLC is a traveling art class for children ages 2 to 12 years old. They bring the art project and supplies to after school and special events.

Contact: Lindsay Finch
Lindsaykfinch@gmail.com
413-695-1386

 

Ashfield Watercolors with Walter Cudnohufsky

Date & Time: Saturdays, 9am-5:30pm, until June 6
Fee: $110 per class ($100 seniors)
Class Location: Belding Library
Address: 344 Main Street
City/Town: Ashfield
Website: www.cudnohufsky.com

Fifteenth year of uncommon success dedicated to the adage everyone can paint. "Thank you so much for our day filled with so much creativity and excellent teaching techniques, knowledge and generosity, Also thank you for the wonderful pictures, materials list, and homework assignment." --Diane

Contact: Walter Cudnohufsky
walt@wcala.com
413-628-4600

 

Tiny Pricks Project

Date & Time: February 1 & 8, 12-4pm
Fee: none
Location: APE Gallery
Address: 126 Main Street
City/Town: Northampton
Website: apearts.org

A public art project created by fiber artist Diana Weymar in 2018. Contributors from around the world stitch Trump's words into vintage textiles, creating a material record of his presidency. Northampton is having its own workshops where participants can create their own piece to exhibit and then add to the project archives. No experience is required. We supply materials, simple instruction and inspiration. Bring your own supplies if you have them. Exhibit date: Feb 14, 5-8pm. TinyPricksProject.com

Contact: jill st coeur
jill.nohotpp@gmail.com

 

Stained Glass Workshop / Open Studio Time

Date & Time: Sunday, January 26, 12-4pm
Fee: $100
Class Location: Dragonfly Stained Glass Studio
Address: 19 Chapin Street
City/Town: Easthampton
Website: www.DragonflyStainedGlassStudio.com

Create a beautiful sun catcher, a small panel, or a few ornaments to grace your home or give as gifts. In this class we will cover all of the skills and techniques to build a unique piece of stained glass art using the copper foil technique. This is a perfect class for students with no experience as well as intermediate students with some experience who may want a refresher course. All levels are welcome. Glass and supplies are included in tuition. Upcoming classes: February 2, 9, March 2, 8.

Contact: Heather McLean
HeatherMcLean22@gmail.com
413-559-1010

 

Figure Drawing Fridays

Date & Time: Fridays, 6:30-9:30pm, ongoing
Fee: $15 / $10 for students
Class Location: 71 Bradford Street in Studio One (side door - follow the signs)
City/Town: Northampton
Website: www.facebook.com/figuredrawingfridays

We provide the model, some easels, music, conversation and snacks. We are an easy-going group and enjoy the social/ community aspect of these sessions as much as the actual drawing. Bring your own materials and BYOB if you want. NO INSTRUCTOR but there is often peer review. High school students are welcome with parental consent. There will most likely be a very sweet dog in the studio. Scent/smoke/vape free building. RSVP requested as space is limited.

Contact: gundy
ehoartguy@gmail.com

 

Amanda's Monotype Printmaking Workshop

Date & Time: Saturday & Sunday, January 25-26, 9:30am-3pm
Fee: $285 includes all materials
Class Location: Amanda Barrow Arts Studio
Address: One Cottage Street, studio #415
City/Town: Easthampton
Website: www.amandabarrow.net/monotype-print-workshops

Let's explore Gel plates and monotype prints in this 2-day class! Monotypes are one-of-a-kind, unique! Imagine painting on a sheet of plastic, placing paper over it, then running it through my printing press. Come have fun and play with AKUA water-based inks to create your prints. No experience necessary, all materials provided, three students max / class. Gel plates will be employed the second day for creating effects and textures. Next workshops: Febr 1, then a 2-day workshop on Feb 29/March 1.

Contact: amanda@amandabarrow.net
413-835-6854

 

Artist Workshops with Lorna Ritz

Date & Time: ongoing
Class Location: Valley View Studio + Gallery
City/Town: Pelham
Website: www.lornaritz.com

Technical and Aesthetic Instruction: A critical approach to your painting and drawing. A year long series of six weekly three hour classes, still life and/or figure. Lorna encourages artists to ask questions on paper or canvas with curiosity, rather than stating only what the eye perceptually sees. The eye, instead, moves around and not just on the object being drawn or painted, so that movement is created through color relationships. Individual critiques offered as well.

Contact: gchilenski@gmail.com

 

Studio / Artist Space Available

Holyoke: Artist Studio for Rent

Location Name: Paper City Studios
Date(s) available: now
Address: 80 Race Street
City/Town: Holyoke

$430 per month + heat. The unit available is a 2nd floor walk up studio. Bathroom and slop sink are located outside the studio. Room size 15' x 45' with a built in room 8' x 15' and two 7' windows facing the canal. Comes with a 4' x 14' work table.

Contact: brucefowlerart@yahoo.com

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