Gerry Bergstein and Brenda Star at Tufts Art Gallery

Mortal Things: Portraits Look Back and Forth
On View Sep 14 2016 – Dec 4 2016
Aidekman Arts Center

In honor of its 25th anniversary, the Tufts University Art Gallery featuresMortal Things: Portraits Looks Back and Forth, an exhibition about the changing role of artists and subjects and portraiture as a means for examining individual, social, and institutional identities.

Ken Beck and Harold Reddicliffe Press Release

Ken Beck: Socks Shoes Soldiers and Such: A Studio Recreation
Harold Reddicliffe: Recent Small Paintings
September 6 – October 1 at Gallery NAGA

How better to begin a 40th season of exhibitions than with a show bringing an artist’s studio into the gallery? Pair that with a painter having his first show at NAGA, and you’ve got September.

Jaclyn Kain at NHIA

Master of Fine Arts Student Exhibition
On View Jul 30 2016 – Sept 3 2016
New Hampshire Institute of Art

Join MFA student artists for a residency exhibition debuting the works of our Visual Artists and Photographers. Enjoy wine and hors d’oeuvres with the NHIA community of students, faculty and staff.

Gallery NAGA’s exhibition season has ended.

The gallery is open by appointment through Labor Day. We can be reached at 617.267.9060. Our 40th season of exhibitions begins September 6 with

A Studio Recreation

Harold Reddicliffe: Recent Small Paintings

Enjoy your summer.

Rick Fox at Kingston Gallery

Group Drawing Show: From Atmosphere to Edge
On View Jun 29 2016 – Jul 31 2016
Kingston Gallery

From Atmosphere to Edge is a group drawing exhibition featuring recent work by Helen Beckman, Rick Fox, Nona Hershey, Craig Hood, Jeff Hull, Shona Macdonald, and Leslie Roberts.

Thomas Hucker and Yuri Kobayashi featured on Artsy

A Boston Gallery Unites Two Furniture Makers Who Find Expressiveness in Natural Material
By Anna Furman

With his medley of European and Asian influences, Thomas Hucker fabricates clean-lined furniture from oak, palm, walnut, and various exotic woods. Yuri Kobayashi’s work falls within a similar aesthetic realm, though it often includes even more diverse materials, sometimes in pieces that are closer to sculpture than furniture. At Gallery NAGA in Boston, an impressive new show intertwines their practices.

Cheryl Ann Thomas in The Santa Fe New Mexican

Delicate Forms: Artist Cheryl Ann Thomas
By Michael Abatemarco

Fragility and stability combine in the elegant, ephemeral ceramic sculptures of Cheryl Ann Thomas. What began as an experiment to see how high and thin she could make a cylindrical sculpture led to a series of collapsed and fraying forms, transformed in the kiln.

John Eric Byers in The New York Times

Shopping Guide: Coffee Tables
By Tim McKeough

A coffee table isn’t just a place to put down your coffee or put up your feet. It’s “like the campfire of the home,” said Francis D’Haene, the principal of D’Apostrophe Design.