Terry Rose in The Boston Globe

Three countries, one decade multiple universes
By Cate McQuaid

Terry Rose’s paintings are experiments. His process involves mixing dry pigments and oils into layers of liquid varnish applied to an aluminum panel laid flat. The materials react — dispersing, puddling — sometimes with the aid of a hairdryer.

Terry Rose Press Release

Terry Rose: USA>China>Mexico
June 2 – July 14 at Gallery NAGA

Terry Rose has been living in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico for the past two years making work and contemplating his next move. Having lived in various locations in the US for most of his life, he moved to Shanghai in 2012, before moving to Mexico in 2015. The changing landscape and rhythms can be felt in his paintings, and most recently, his ceramics.

40th Anniversary: Artists A – K Press Release

40th Anniversary: Artists A – K
May 5 – 27 at Gallery NAGA

Meg White, the director of Gallery NAGA, joined the gallery’s staff in 1999, after stints in New York with Sotheby’s and the Dia Art Foundation. She quickly became the key collaborator of Arthur Dion, then the gallery’s director.

Peter Vanderwarker Press Release

Peter Vanderwarker: Sublimation
March 31 – April 29 at Gallery NAGA

Just when you thought you could pack away your snowshoes, winter returns through the lens of Peter Vanderwarker.

Rick Fox and Masako Kamiya Press Release

Rick Fox: Piscataqua Paintings
Masako Kamiya: Landmarks
February 3 – 25 at Gallery NAGA

February begins with two artists, one using paint in a sculptural manner and one using sculpture to inform his paintings.

Art in the Atrium

Stephen D. Paine Scholarship Reception
Feb 1, 2017

The Boston Art Dealers Association (BADA) invites you to join us for an evening of art, music, and cocktails as we honor the 2016 recipients of the Stephen D. Paine Scholarship and celebrate sixteen years of supporting young artists.

Jaclyn Kain and David Prifti Press Release

Jaclyn Kain: Cyanotypes
David Prifti: Tintypes
January 6 – 28 at Gallery NAGA

Gallery NAGA’s 40th year begins with an exhibition of photographers using 19th century processes to express ideas of the passage of time.

Judy Kensley McKie on Artsy

Playful Works on Paper from Judy Kensley McKie, a Celebrated Furniture Designer
By Bridget Gleeson

While Judy Kensley McKie is best known for her contributions to the field of contemporary studio furniture, drawing is nevertheless an essential part of her process.

Judy Kensley McKie in The Boston Globe

Getting it Down on Paper
By Cate McQuaid

Fifty years ago, Judy Kensley McKie majored in painting at Rhode Island School of Design. She and her husband, painter Todd McKie, married young; when they needed furniture for their place, Judy set to making it. Thus began an illustrious career in studio furniture.