Martin Kline Press Release

Martin Kline: Dreams of Venice
May 1 – 30 at Gallery NAGA

Gallery NAGA is pleased to present the first solo gallery exhibition in Boston of paintings by Martin Kline, whose work has been the subject of major shows around the globe, but never in Boston.

Keira Kotler and Bryan McFarlane Press Release

Keira Kotler: Luminous
Bryan McFarlane: Stories in the Clouds
April 2 – 25 at Gallery NAGA

Gallery NAGA will welcome spring with color, when, from April 2 through April 25, two prominent artists show their work.

Meredyth Knows Ceramics Press Release

Meredyth Knows Ceramics
Contemporary Ceramics Selected by Meredyth Hyatt Moses
March 6 – 28 at Gallery NAGA

For this exhibition, Gallery NAGA turns to an old friend, Meredyth Hyatt Moses, now an independent art advisor and for twenty years the irresistible force of Clark Gallery in Lincoln, Massachusetts. Moses was invited to organize an exhibition around her love of all things clay; the result of her aesthetic enthusiasms are both exciting and unpredictable.

Alice Denison and Ed Stitt Press Release

Alice Denison: MetaFlor
Ed Stitt: Fenway and Beyond
February 6 – 28 at Gallery NAGA

Alice Denison continues her exploration of flowers by merging still life with pattern painting. Each painting depicts a large pitcher or urn floating in the center covered by densely layered flora and filigree. In the past, the main characters were always the flowers. In this new body of work, the vessel is the focus with the flowers in the supporting roles.

Rick Fox and Jaclyn Kain Press Release

Rick Fox: In the Thick
Jaclyn Kain: A Silent Rebellion
January 9 – 31 at Gallery NAGA

In January, Gallery NAGA presents two young artists, both of whom use surprising photographic and painting methods to explore identity and their relationships to the world around them.

Richard Raiselis Press release

Richard Raiselis: Time for Reflection
November 14 – December 20 at Gallery NAGA

From elevated perches above Boston’s waterfront and the Rose Kennedy Greenway , Richard Raiselis has developed elegant paintings that are portrayals of reflections and space. In November, this work will be shown in a solo exhibition at Gallery NAGA.

Joo Lee Kang and Peri Schwartz Press Release

Joo Lee Kang: Troubled Paradise
Peri Schwartz: Composing Paintings
September 2 – October 4 at Gallery NAGA

Gallery NAGA’s 38th season begins with two artists– Joo Lee Kang and Peri Schwartz–working with the idea of the still life in two very distinct ways.

Color Ways / On the Wall Press Release

Color Ways
On the Wall
June 6 – July 11 at Gallery NAGA

Gallery NAGA’s season concludes with two separate group exhibitions: Color Ways and On the Wall. These lively and colorful exhibitions are a perfect transition into summer.

Joseph Barbieri Press Release

Joseph Barbieri: Odd Ducks and Various Landscapes
April 4 – May 3 at Gallery NAGA

It’s about that time of year again. The birds are migrating back to the Northeast and Gallery NAGA is providing a landing pad in the form of avian-focused paintings by Joseph Barbieri.

Peter Vanderwarker Press Release

Peter Vanderwarker: Interventions
March 7 – 29 at Gallery NAGA

In his second solo exhibition at Gallery NAGA, photographer Peter Vanderwarker will present new, large, colorful landscapes and cityscapes along side his archival, black and white views of old Boston. Peter Vanderwarker’s photographic practice is broad and deep.  He has shot throughout the world for architectural clients, for businesses, and for himself.  Gallery NAGA’s focus is on his personal work.

For Bob / Julia Von Metzsch Press Release

For Bob: Boston Painting to Benefit Robert Ferrandini
Julia von Metzsch: Midnight at Coolidge Point II
February 7 – March 1 at Gallery NAGA

In February Gallery NAGA presents a charity exhibition, For Bob: Boston Painting to Benefit Robert Ferrandini, and a show of work by an exciting new painter, Julia von Metzsch.

Lana Z Caplan / Ben Evans Press Release

Lana Z Caplan: Peach Blossom Spring
Ben Evans: Full Count
January 3 – February 1 at Gallery NAGA

Gallery NAGA ushers in the new year with the exciting pairing of Lana Z Caplan and Benjamin Evans. Both artists present shows that explore the theme of complex relationships: humans interacting with the environment and humans interacting with each other. These two young artists offer the viewer an honest and unflinching look at the human condition and the way we live now.