Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Moon Balloon news

Joan Drescher is in the news with her Moon Balloon project, helping kids with cancer through art. Here is a link to a recent article.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Corey Ritch news

"By Hook or by Crook" a group show in Waltham at the Gapka Gallery including the work of Corey Ritch. Located at 289 Moody St., Waltham, MA. Opening reception Thursday, Oct. 21 @ 7:30.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Scott Francoeur news

The Southern New England Artists Community (SNAC) presents "Double Down" at the Better Bean Coffee Shop, Bridgewater, MA. "Double Down" will be a show of dyptichs all dealing with themes of duality. "Double Down" will be featured at the Better Bean Coffee Shop from Nov. 1 - Nov. 30. Opening reception is Friday Nov. 5 from 7 - 9 pm. The show will have new work from 8 different artists including the work of Scott Francoeur.
Better Bean Coffee Company
23 Central Square
Bridgewater, MA 02324

Friday, October 8, 2010

Hingham Arts Walk

5th annual Hingham Arts Walk
Join the Hingha Arts Walk, and esperience the arts all around downtown Hingham. Meet over 50 South Shore artists in their studios and in special exhibits. Live music, arts demos, children's activities, photo booth and more. 4th floor artists participating are: Marie Wilkes, Joan Drescher, Ruthe Sholler, Susan Ahearn, Joan Brancale, Kathi Dugan and Valerie Mine

More news

Framer's Edge
Semi-annually art show
including the work of Brian Adgate and Paul Crimi
210 Quincy Ave. Braintree MA
Opening reception Saturday, October 16, 2010
5 - 7 pm

Woven car

“Reinventing the Wheel”

with Artists Ann Conte and Jeanne Wiley

Friday, October 15, 2010

6—8 p.m.

Crane Arts Building

1400 N American Street

Philadelphia, PA 19122

Join Massachusetts artists Anne Conte and Jeanne Wiley

for a discussion unveiling the design inspiration behind the

“Woven Car,” an old, rusted MG Midget that was given a new life and

identity with recycled and overstock materials. The interior of the

car was transformed with sleek DuPontCorian® seats, windshield

frame and floor mats, while pale gold seatbelts were woven

to create a checkerboard pattern around the body of the car.

The unconventional design generated buzz among the architecture

and design community nationally and internationally, and

caught the attention of top media including

Fast Company, Inhabitat, Core77 and Contract.