Alice Denison at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum

Members’ Juried: Spring
On View May 9 2016 – Jun 26 2016
Provincetown Art Association and Museum

In 1914, a group of visionary artists and local townspeople came together to form the Provincetown Art Association and Museum. This group recognized the need for an established arts institution on the Outer Cape. Today, PAAM continues to present juried exhibitions of artist-members’ works. Each show reflects the aesthetic judgment and curatorial eye of invited jurors.

Todd McKie in The Boston Globe

Another Green World, Visible at deCordova
By Sebastian Smee

Hailing as I do from a country, Australia, where all the native trees are evergreen — or really a sort of ever-greenish-gray — I can never shake off my astonishment at what happens around here every year.

Todd McKie Press Release

Todd McKie: Suitable for Framing
May 6 – 28 at Gallery NAGA

May begins with new paintings by Todd McKie, whose simple figures presented in entertaining situations are actually quite complicated. These highly developed narratives, set against colorful and active backgrounds, brim with McKie’s dry wit.

Brownies & Bourbon

April 30 at Gallery NAGA
2 – 4 pm

Join us for brownies and bourbon at Gallery NAGA.
Come conversate and celebrate with Joseph Barbieri on the last day of his exhibition!

Joseph Barbieri Press Release

Joseph Barbieri: Feathers and Flora
April 1 – 30 at Gallery NAGA

Up next, Gallery NAGA presents new paintings by Joseph Barbieri, feather you like it or not.

Joseph Barbieri: Feathers and Flora runs from April 1 through April 30 at Gallery NAGA. A reception for the artist and the public will be held at the gallery on Friday, April 1 from 6 to 8 pm.

Julia von Metzsch Ramos on NewBostonPost

Explore Expressions and Landscapes with Local Artist Julia von Metzsch Ramos
By Diane Kilgore

If all inspiration is considered divine, then surely 67 Newbury Street has been multiply blessed. No matter the door you use to enter the Gothic revival-style church building, the gift of art past and present, sacred and secular will surround you. 

Julia von Metzsch Ramos and Cheryl Ann Thomas in The Boston Globe

Airy Heights to Watery Depths
By Cate McQuaid

Cheryl Ann Thomas’s big, crumpling, airy, light-on-their-feet ceramics on view at Gallery NAGA spring from a long, arduous process. First, she builds a large vessel, 3 or 4 feet high, by laying one spaghetti-thin strand of porcelain clay over the next. She makes it top-heavy, so that when she fires it, the vessel slumps. She’ll fashion two or three of these, then fit one on top of the next like puzzle pieces, and put the whole thing in the kiln to fix it.

Alice Denison at the Cape Cod Museum of Art

Breaking the Mold
On View Mar 31 2016 – Jun 12 2016
Cape Cod Museum of Art

The Cape Cod Museum of Art presents its first open national juried exhibition, titled, “Breaking the Mold: Inspired by Innovation,” to inaugurate their 35th Anniversary celebrations, opening on March 31, 2016.