Visiting the Neighbors in the South End
It's not that I don't get out much. It's not that I don't visit our friends and neighbors around our office in Boston. But, it's rare that I'm able to do so AND I happen to have my camera at work. So here we are again, regretfully months after my last post highlighting some excellent exhibitions that are within a stone's throw. There are too many to document, so I stuck with painting exhibits this time around. Up right now at Carroll and Sons is Sandy Litchfield's (NAP #56, #68) "What Blooms in the Rubble." Across the courtyard, Barbara Grad (NAP #26, #62) is showing "Lost Horizons" at Howard Yezerski Gallery. Then, back across the brick walkway to Soprafina, where there is an fun works on paper show featuring past NAP artist, Nona Hershey (NAP #50). As usual, that will be all I have to say about the shows, I'll let the work and installations speak for themselves. ENJOY! - Andrew Katz, Associate Publisher
Howard Yezerski Gallery
Barbara Grad - Lost Horizons
On View Through March 12, 2013
Carroll and Sons
Sandy Litchfield - What Blooms In The Rubble
On View Through February 16, 2013
Sandy Litchfield | Harbor Jam, 2012, gouache, paper, archival inkjet print and collage on paper, 35 x 49"
Sandy Litchfield | Amethyst District, 2012, gouache, paper, archival inkjet print and collage on paper, 24 x 34"
Sandy Litchfield | Amethyst District (DETAIL), 2012, gouache, paper, archival inkjet print and collage on paper, 24 x 34"
Sandy Litchfield | Forestrocity, 2012, gouache, paper, archival inkjet print and collage on paper, 54 x 120"
Works on Paper
On View Through February 23, 2013