It’s a busy weekend for WAS Artists! Hope you can come out & join the fun!
Shows/Events this Weekend:
Airbrushed Graduation Caps in Studio 201n is ready to Roll! Get your cap while you wait! You can also order your cap early! Ron has many colors of caps in stock so you don’t have to wait until you get your actual cap to get it decked out!
Check out WAS fiber artist extraordinaire Margot Stage! She is one of 11 local artists who’ve created outdoor sculptures for The Energy Necklace Project! Come see both of her pieces & enjoy Poetry Readings inspired by these beautiful works! at the Jackson Homestead in Newton Sunday June 1st at 2pm
Heather Wang will also be in Boston at the Greenway Open Market from 11-5 Her jewelry is to die for! Check it out!
Ongoing Exhibitions: LAST CHANCE!!
Last chance to see Photography & Beyond at The Loading Dock Gallery! This show runs from April 30th through June 1st and celebrates many of our beloved local photographers! Come check it out!
Stop by the Ayer Lofts Art Gallery in Downtown Lowell, MA. “Jeffrey Engel: Art of the Polaroid Transfer” Photographer Jeffrey Engel purchased as much Polaroid film as possible when the company was beginning to discontinue it. This exhibition features the exquisite little Polaroid transfers that Jeffrey has been creating for the past few years. His work bridges a gap between reality and imagination, and expresses the subtle difference between what we remember and what we imagine. Show runs from May 4 – June 1, 2014
Ongoing Exhibitions: Now Showing
Cheryl Polcaro will be showing in the “National Prize Show” at the Cambridge Art Association. The show will be up at both the Kathryn Schultz Gallery and the University Place Gallery in Cambridge through June 26th.
Garry Harley’s print Grey Crevice #3 will be displayed at PrintMatters annual show at Nicole Longnecker Gallery, 2625 Colquitt Street, Houston, Texas 77098 this June with an Opening Reception on June 7th
Continuing in Springfield, MA: Steampunk Springfield: Re-imagining an Industrial City. See etchings by Markus Haala at the Springfield Museum of Art as well as at the Springfield Museum of History. Check the website for hours and directions! Runs through September 28th!