Tuesday, October 20, 2009

News from Morgan Russell

Morgan will host and Open Studio in the Barn., Sat. & Sun., October 24 - 25, 10 am - 5pm.
748 Main St. Hingham, MA.
View work shown at the Chelsea Art Museum, NYC in June, as well as new work showing for the first time, plus several small paintings not on the website.
Pictured is an oil on canvas titled "Flares and Rockets", 40" x 30".

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Kathy Mogazel news

Kathy received 2 honorable mentions at the recent South Shore Art Center exhibit titled "Local Scenes". Paintings are "Snowfalling" and "Cedar Mist"

Kathy is also a finalist in the North River Arts Society 2011 Calendar Show. The entry is "Robin's Spring Hope".

Also She, Anne Conte and Ruthe Sholler are exhibiting with Coastal Printmakers at the James Library during the month of October.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

News from Radiant Jasmin

“Swirls of Color, Dance and the Blues” is a unique multi-event exhibit
featuring local artists Radiant Jasmin and Gordon Cowan from October 17th to November 14th. The opening reception is
Saturday, October 17th from 5-8pm. Radiant Jasmin’s performance is scheduled for 6:30pm.

Invoking a broad musical theme, Cowan will exhibit his soulful and atmospheric blues paintings and in addition, will also introduce his gypsy series of paintings and drawings inspired by the multi-talented Radiant Jasmin, herself an artist, dancer, vocalist and poet.

Radiant Jasmin will be exhibiting her vibrant and spirited abstract multi-media paintings, floral photography and jewelry. In tune with the show’s theme, she will be reciting her poetry and performing several dances that sparked her artistic collaboration with Cowan earlier this year.

In an intriguing marriage of music and visual art, Radiant Jasmin may be seen as alternately exuberant and reflective as rendered by Cowan working with graphite and charcoal on old sheet music. Each piece was carefully chosen based on the composition’s title which plays directly to the mood and tenor of the drawing.

Join us for refreshments, fine art, wine, woman and song! Engage all your senses! It’s a wonderful way to spend a Saturday evening in October.

The Henson Jackson Art Gallery is located in Stoughton Center at 2 Canton Street, adjacent to the Stoughton Commuter Rail station. Plenty of free parking is available.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Kate Manning show

Kate will be artist of the month for the Weymouth Art Association. The exhbit will be on display for the month of October at the Tufts Library, 46 Broad St., Weymouth MA. Stop by and check it out.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

News for Radiant Jasmin

The opening reception for the 11th annual Roxbury Open Studios will be held at the Museum of Fine Arts!

The annual reception is an opportunity for artists to interact with each other and meet the public before setting up across the neighborhood.

The event will feature a one-night juried exhibition by the following Roxbury artists:

Radiant Jasmin* Gloretta Baynes * Walter Clark * Bobby Crayton * Basil El-Halwagy *
Lee Farrow * Maddu Huacuja * Kofi Kayiga * Derek Lumpkins * Kevin Porter * Hakim Raquib * Susan Thompson * Don West.

Also, there will be a cash bar and live music by the Bill Banfield Jazz Ensemble.

Friday, October 2
21+ 465 Huntington Ave

Members: entry is FREE
Nonmembers: entry is FREE with Museum admission
On Saturday and Sunday, October 3 & 4 from 11am to 6pm, Radiant Jasmin will be showing her jewelry, mixed media paintings & photography at 1 Brigham Circle Plaza. also at this location will be Bobby Crayton, showing his one of a kind leather bags & Melanee Addison/Blue Butterfly Wellness with her natural handcrafted herbal products.

Spend the weekend visiting the artists in group shows and home studios around the neighborhood. Over 170 artists will display photography, painting, sculpture, jewelry,
fashion, mixed media, interstitial arts, and other art forms.

Please visit the Roxbury Open Studios site for more details on venues and artists the & the MFA website for more info on the reception:



Co-presented in partnership with Discover Roxbury, the Museum of Fine Arts, ACT Roxbury, and AAMARP/Northeastern University Department of African-American Studies.