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Create more love. Create more understanding. Create more peace.

Create more ART.

Best wishes from all of us at Western Avenue Studios to all of you, and yours, in the coming new year.

Put a Ring on It

Happy National Proposal Day! Of course the artists at Western Avenue Studios are very inspired by love and marriage . . . and many have work that they cater specifically to couples looking to get married.

 

Any currently engaged couples, or people dreaming of the day the ywill be engaged, Western Avenue Studios will be having their very first Bridal Fair during Open Studios on May 6th in the Onyx Room. This unique wedding expo will be accompanied by three nights of a wedding themed Wearable Art Extravaganza – part fashion show, part performance art, part art exhibit the event will be a fun night out whether you’re wedding planning or not.

Featured Artist – Bruce Wood (The Glass Ingot) – Studio 427

You’ve seen Bruce Wood’s creations all over Western Ave, now find out what’s in his head!

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Q: Tell us a little bit about your background. Where are you from? Where did you study? How long have you been an artist?

A: I grew up in Groveland MA. After High School I attended Arizona Western College on a wrestling scholarship. While at AWC I witnessed someone firing Raku pottery. That was it…. I was going to be a potter. I transferred to Northern Arizona University and majored in ceramics. I achieved a Master of Arts in Art Education and moved back to New England to pursue a teaching career.

Q: What is the first thing you remember making/creating by hand?

A: As a kid I was always building something. Tree houses, go carts, forts etc. I remember sitting for hours with an Etch-a-Sketch making designs and drawings.

Q: What is your biggest obstacle with your art?

The biggest challenge I have is finding time to get involved in my constructions. I am usually working on several projects at once and sometimes lose track as to where one project ends and another one begins. I am also continually on the prowl for new “found objects” to use in my work.

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Q: Describe a typical art creativity session. What is it like? For example, do you work in silence, or do you work to music? Do you prefer to be alone, or do you need people around?

When I work, I am all over the place. Jumping from one project to another. Feeding off the creative energy, I come up with new ideas and start new designs right in the middle of working on the current project. Sometimes frustration sets in because I have so many artworks going on at once and nothing seems to be getting finished. Then as I push through, things begin to click and one creation after another fall into place and I have several completed artworks.

Q: How does your personality translate into your art?

I enjoy the thought process and I am comfortable being with myself. I will sometimes turn my projects over to my subconscious to figure out design or construction problems. When the process makes me smile, I know I am on the right track.

Q: Did you always know you wanted to make the art you make today? Did you start out in a different medium in the early days?

I majored in ceramics in college, but I took every art class the University offered. I have taught photography and mural painting. I have made jewelry and done both glass blowing and lampwork glass. I have done silk-screenings and made digital art. I never envisioned myself doing the art I do today (Found Object Sculpture). It is a whole new form of sculpture that I have been doing for a couple of years now.

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Q: What is your favorite thing about the arts community?

I love the interaction with the other artists. Sharing ideas, encouragement and inspiration is paramount. My art has grown exponentially since I have been at Western Avenue Studios. I also like sharing art and art education with the public on Open Studio days. I try to evoke multiple thoughts and emotions in the viewer as the nuances in the work are discovered.

Q: Do you have a big seller? What do you think people love about it? And be honest…are you tired of making it?

I think my best seller is my Amigoids. The small animal creatures made mostly from computer mice. I like hiding objects right in front of people and the customers enjoy the juxtaposition of the components.
I really enjoy making the bigger sculptures. However they take much more time and energy than the small objects.

Q:  What advice do you have for someone just starting out as an artist?
The advice I would give to a new artist is to make a lot of art. The more art you make the more opportunity you have to learn and improve. Always try to reach for the next skill level. And enjoy the process. I believe the creative process happens when whatever you are working on begins directing you toward your next step and when the evolution of the process is guided by the artwork itself.

You can visit Bruce in his Studio #427 on the First Saturday of each month at Western Avenue Open Studios!

WAS This Weekend 2/13-2/15

Bring your Valentine out to see some beautiful things!

Shows/Events this Weekend:

 

millcityHearts and Flower Oh my! Friday February 13th we have love on the mind. Mill City Glass Works will be making hearts and flowers to take home to our loved ones. There will also be a demo to follow the experiences. ONE SLOT PER PERSON
Costs: Flower $30 Heart: $50. SO romantic!

 

 

Lisa Hertel and Robert Crooker will be exhibiting at Boskone, the region’s oldest science fiction and fantasy convention, which features some of the best science fiction and fantasy illustrators. Friday February 13th through Sunday February 15th at the Westin Waterfront hotel in Boston. The art exhibit, along with many panels on art and genre literature, a vendor’s room, readings and signings, is all included with membership.
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The lovely (and talented) Eling Chang of Migration Goods will be at (Valentine) Artisan Market Weekend, Rolling Green Nursery, 64 Breakfast Hill Rd. Greenland NH, 03840 (Portsmouth area) Saturday and Sunday, February 14th & 15th, 10am – 3pm

 

Ongoing Exhibitions: Now Showing

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Once again, the Loading Dock Gallery’s features a terrific show! Tom Veirs & Chris Volpe present “Unreliable Witnesses”. The show runs through March 1st

 

 

 

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‘ exhibit Boys of Ramalho’s will be on display at Skylight Gallery, 538 West 29th Street, New York, NY from January 29th through March 6th with an Opening Reception this Thursday February 12th from 6-9pm

 

 

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Margot Stage will be at the Nave Gallery, 155 Powder House Blvd, Somerville, MA in the exhibit BITE! The show runs from February 14th through March 14th with an Opening reception this Saturday the 14th from 4-6pm

 

 

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“Local Roots” – local scenes by Mark Fountain can be seen at Lawrence Library Art Gallery, 15 Main Street in Pepperell, MA. The show runs from February 7th to March 7th with an Opening Reception Saturday, February 14th from 12-2pm

 

 

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Several Western Ave Artists including Denise Rainis & Deena Stallard are participating in the new show at the ALL Gallery. Grey Scale runs from January 9th through February 22nd

 

 

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Regina McGearty of Walk on the Moon Jewelry will add some sparkle to the Ayer Lofts Resident Show through the Month of February. “A Foot in the Door” features 12″x12″ or smaller works for cherishing and gifting. The Gallery is Open Weekends 12-4pm

 

 

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Denise Rainis will be featured in the show “Summer Dreaming” at Gallery 529, 529 King Street, Littleton, MA 01460 Chase the Winter Blues away!

 

 

 

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Adria Arch‘s exhibit Adria Arch/ Nancy Hayes/ Allison Paschke will be on view at the Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery, Bristol Community College, Fall River MA January 22nd through February 22nd

 

 

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Priscilla Levesque’s casein painting, “September at Red Wing” has been accepted in the Members Juried Show at the Concord Art Association. The show will be on view from Jan. 15 through Feb. 20.

 

 

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Paula Mingolelli (Studio A408) will be featured in Grace Chapel’s Show “Purple”. Her painting “Storm Coming” will be on display through March 2nd.

 

 

 

leetarjacCheck out Ann Lee & Tarja Cockell in the exhibition Blue – The Sky’s The Limit at League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Headquarters Gallery, 49 South Main St, Suite 100, Concord, New Hampshire 03301 Now through March 20th!

 

Dance Rhythms squareJO Copper jacket and headdress OSBORNE_20140905_045Ann Lee & Jeanne Osborne are participating in “Guise, Garment & Textile” in The Gallery at 100 Market, 100 Market St Portsmouth, NH This show runs from December 5th – February 20th!

WAS This Weekend 2/6-2/8 First Saturday Edition

Yay! It’s First Saturday! That and other fun things are in store for the weekend!

Shows/Events this Weekend:

February 7th is First Saturday Open Studios at Western Ave! It’s always so full of fun events ad there are over 100 Artists waiting to meet you! Here are just a few of the exciting things you can find here!

Gifts from the Heart is our Annual February Promotion

gfthPick up a postcard on your way into any of our buildings, visit participating studios and lofts, collect stickers from the artists, browse the art, and buy Valentine’s Day gifts for all. Deposit your postcard with your contact information in the box on your way out for a chance to win one of three gift certificates to spend at the participating studios and lofts.

 

  • Visit 15 or more studios and lofts for a chance to win a $25 gift certificate.
  • Visit 25 or more studios and lofts for a chance to win a $50 gift certificate.
  • Visit 35 or more studios and lofts for a chance to win a $75 gift certificate.

 

Hearts will mark the entryways to participating studios and lofts. No purchase necessary! Drawing will be held on the day of the event. You need not be present to win. Winners will be contacted.

kconnollyWhat says I love you like a beautiful handmade, hardwood Jewelry / Keepsake Box.  It is a wonderful gift for the one you love to keep all that great jewelry and special items safe and protected. A number of different styles and woods to choose from in The Loading Dock Gallery as well as in the Old School Woodworkin Studio # 222 . Kevin’s work is beautiful and will be cherished by your Valentine!

 

millcityHearts and Flower Oh my! For February the 7th open studio and the 13th we have love on the mind. Mill City Glass Works will be making hearts and flowers to take home to our loved ones. The 13th there will be a demo to follow the experiences. ONE SLOT PER PERSON
Costs: Flower $30 Heart: $50.  SO romantic!

 

Tom and Val Borgal will be having a Flower Show in studio 504 for the Feb. 7th Open Studio. Flowers to last a life time in photos and watercolor. Perfect for your Valentine!

Lush beads will be having a big De-stash Sale of beading supplies in Studio A205! Get in and grab some goodies!

Here are some other events happening this weekend:

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Leanne Tremblay of Loomination will be at Love Buzz II, happening at Mill No. 5, 250 Jackson St, Lowell, MA Saturday, February 7th 12-6pm

 

 

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You can also find Loomination on Sunday at Local is for Lovers Valentine’s Market, Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA from 10am-3pm

 

 

Ongoing Exhibitions: Now Showing

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Once again, the Loading Dock Gallery’s features a terrific show! Tom Veirs & Chris Volpe present “Unreliable Witnesses”. The show runs through March 1st and there is a public reception after Open Studios on Saturday from 5-7pm

 

 

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Several Western Ave Artists including Denise Rainis & Deena Stallard are participating in the new show at the ALL Gallery. Grey Scale runs from January 9th through February 22nd

 

 

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Regina McGearty of Walk on the Moon Jewelry will add some sparkle to the Ayer Lofts Resident Show through the Month of February. “A Foot in the Door” features 12″x12″ or smaller works for cherishing and gifting. The Gallery is Open Weekends 12-4pm with an Opening Reception Thursday February 5th 6-8pm

 

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Denise Rainis will be featured in the show “Summer Dreaming” at Gallery 529, 529 King Street, Littleton, MA 01460 Chase the Winter Blues away!

 

 

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Adria Arch‘s exhibit Adria Arch/ Nancy Hayes/ Allison Paschke will be on view at the Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery, Bristol Community College, Fall River MA January 22nd through February 22nd

 

 

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Priscilla Levesque’s casein painting, “September at Red Wing” has been accepted in the Members Juried Show at the Concord Art Association. The show will be on view from Jan. 15 through Feb. 20.

 

 

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Paula Mingolelli (Studio A408) will be featured in Grace Chapel’s Show “Purple”. Her painting “Storm Coming” will be on display through March 2nd.

 

 

 

leetarjacCheck out Ann Lee & Tarja Cockell in the exhibition Blue – The Sky’s The Limit at League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Headquarters Gallery, 49 South Main St, Suite 100, Concord, New Hampshire 03301 Now through March 20th!

 

 

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Laurie Simko will have work in the Trinitarian Art Show which runs from January 7th to February 7th. Last Chance!

 

 

 

Dance Rhythms squareJO Copper jacket and headdress OSBORNE_20140905_045Ann Lee & Jeanne Osborne are participating in “Guise, Garment & Textile” in The Gallery at 100 Market, 100 Market St Portsmouth, NH This show runs from December 5th – February 20th!

Featured Artist – E. Scott Phillips (Totally Wired) – Studio 213

Featured Artist E Scott Phillips of Totally Wired is an amazing Wire Sculptor! You can find Scott at Western Ave in Studio 213. Get to know a little bit about Scott here:

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Q: What do you love most about your art?

A: I love that my creations are as endless as my mind. The wire bends and conforms as needed. It can be shaped to create trees, flowers, animals or jewelry. When the piece is completed I love how it picks up the light and the reflection adds depth and movement to the pieces.

Q: What is your biggest obstacle with your art?

A: Mental block is the easiest pain to deal with however years of wire sculpting has lead to other pains. All of my creations are hand made and the constant twisting and manipulation of wire, aside from cuts and scratches, has lead to carpel tunnel and tennis elbow. I love my art and I love creating it and I won’t let a little pain hold me back.

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Q: Describe a typical art creativity session. What is it like? For example, do you work in silence, or do you work to music? Do you prefer to be alone, or do you need people around?

A: I like to work alone as many times I close my eyes and picture animals or birds or trees and what they would look like made of wire. It’s calming and meditative. Once I have the idea, in my head , I crank up the music and sing along.

Q: How does your personality translate into your art?

A: Well I am a little twisted… And that pretty much is my art 😉

Q: What is your favorite thing about the arts community?

A: My favorite thing about our community is the comradery. I have made so many good friends. No matter what the medium we all have something in common, our art. I do not think I can walk into a restaurant in town with out seeing an artist friend. This is what I love most about this city; the art community.

Q: Describe your favorite way to spend a Sunday morning?

A: My favorite way to spend a Sunday morning is with a mimosa, some music and a spool of wire.

scottphillips3You can visit Scott and see his beautiful creations in his Studio #213 at Western Avenue Studios.

 

WAS This Weekend 1/30-2/1

Dig out & come see some Art this weekend!

Shows/Events this Weekend:

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Congrats to Renee Mallett who was recently named prose editor of the literary journal Extract( s). They’re accepting submissions for short fiction and poetry! A great chance to flex your writing chops!

 

 

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Jeffrey Engel (Studio A204) has re-opened the amazing Lowell Gallery for all of your custom framing needs! Thursday January 29th will be a Grand Opening Sale and Ribbon Cutting at 2pm with extended hours from 10am-9pm.

 

 

 

Composition and depth 1This weekend Jean Theurfkauf will be holding advance Zentangle Classes, Zentangle: Beyond the Basics in Studio 305! Learn some interesting techniques for composing Zentangle and “doodle” art.  In the morning, we will cover some tricks for adding depth and layers to your line drawings. In the afternoon, we will explore ways of developing new patterns from inspirations in nature, architecture, and historical sources.

 

 

 

Ongoing Exhibitions: Now Showing
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This month the Loading Dock Gallery’s Show features the work of young Artists from the Greater Lowell Boys & Girls Club! Come check out work fro these up & coming superstars!

 

 

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Several Western Ave Artists including Denise Rainis, are participating in the new show at the ALL Gallery. Grey Scale runs from January 9th through February 22nd

 

 

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Adria Arch‘s exhibit Adria Arch/ Nancy Hayes/ Allison Paschke will be on view at the Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery, Bristol Community College, Fall River MA January 22nd through February 22nd with an Opening reception Thurs. Jan. 22, 6 – 8 pm

 

 

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Priscilla Levesque’s casein painting, “September at Red Wing” has been accepted in the Members Juried Show at the Concord Art Association. The show will be on view from Jan. 15 through Feb. 20.

 

 

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Paula Mingolelli (Studio A408) will be featured in Grace Chapel’s Show “Purple”. Her painting “Storm Coming” will be on display through March 2nd.

 

 

 

leetarjacCheck out Ann Lee & Tarja Cockell in the exhibition Blue – The Sky’s The Limit at League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Headquarters Gallery, 49 South Main St, Suite 100, Concord, New Hampshire 03301 Now through March 20th!

 

 

 

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Robert Crooker will be featured in the show “White on White” at the Tewksbury Public Library. This show runs from January 13th through February 3rd. Open daily during library hours.

 

 

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Laurie Simko will have work in the Trinitarian Art Show which runs from January 7th to February 7th with a reception on the 9th.

 

 

 

Dance Rhythms squareJO Copper jacket and headdress OSBORNE_20140905_045Ann Lee & Jeanne Osborne are participating in “Guise, Garment & Textile” in The Gallery at 100 Market, 100 Market St Portsmouth, NH This show runs from December 5th – February 20th!

 

Valerie Borgal has a showing of her watercolor paintings with the theme,“White on White“, at the Tewksbury Library until Feb. 3rd.

WAS this Weekend 1/23-1/25

Chase away the Winter blues! Cheer yourself up with some beautiful Art!

Shows/Events this Weekend:

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Congrats to Renee Mallett who was recently named prose editor of the literary journal Extract( s). They’re accepting submissions for short fiction and poetry! A great chance to flex your writing chops!

 

 

2014-11-27 15.45.26Jeffrey Engel (Studio A204) has re-opened the amazing Lowell Gallery for all of your custom framing needs! After 25 years it has moved to a new location right on the corner of Central St & Jackson St in Downtown Lowell! Bring your Western Ave art in for a beautiful finishing touch! NOW OPEN!!!

 

 

 

Ongoing Exhibitions: Now Showing
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This month the Loading Dock Gallery’s Show features the work of young Artists from the Greater Lowell Boys & Girls Club! Come check out work fro these up & coming superstars!

 

 

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Several Western Ave Artists including Denise Rainis, are participating in the new show at the ALL Gallery. Grey Scale runs from January 9th through February 22nd

 

 

Sunday Glyph 2w
Adria Arch‘s exhibit Adria Arch/ Nancy Hayes/ Allison Paschke will be on view at the Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery, Bristol Community College, Fall River MA January  22nd through February 22nd with an Opening reception Thurs. Jan. 22, 6 – 8 pm

 

 

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Priscilla Levesque’s casein painting, “September at Red Wing” has been accepted in the Members Juried Show at the Concord Art Association. The show will be on view from Jan. 15 through Feb. 20.

 

 

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Paula Mingolelli (Studio A408) will be featured in Grace Chapel’s Show “Purple”. Her painting “Storm Coming” will be on display through March 2nd.

 

 

 

leetarjacCheck out Ann Lee & Tarja Cockell in the exhibition Blue – The Sky’s The Limit at League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Headquarters Gallery, 49 South Main St, Suite 100, Concord, New Hampshire 03301 Now through March 20th!

 

 

 

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Robert Crooker will be featured in the show “White on White” at the Tewksbury Public Library. This show runs from January 13th through February 3rd. Open daily during library hours.

 

 

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Laurie Simko will have work in the Trinitarian Art Show which runs from January 7th to February 7th with a reception on the 9th.

 

 

 

Dance Rhythms squareJO Copper jacket and headdress OSBORNE_20140905_045Ann Lee & Jeanne Osborne are participating in “Guise, Garment & Textile” in The Gallery at 100 Market, 100 Market St Portsmouth, NH This show runs from December 5th – February 20th!

 

Featured Artist – Robert Crooker – Studio 120

Our very first Featured Artist is Acrylic Painter Robert Crooker! You can find Robert at Western Ave in Studio 120. Find out more about Robert below:

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Q: Tell us a little bit about your background. Where are you from? Where did you study? How long have you been an artist?

A: A current resident of Wakefield, Massachusetts, Robert Crooker comes from a family with a long heritage in the arts. He however, considers himself a self-taught artist.

His earlier years were spent collecting Vintage Disney Collectibles and becoming a world-renowned expert in Vintage Disney merchandise. This passion propelled him to start painting Disney’s characters; he calls that period “his practice years”. These works were necessary to fuel the love for the arts and helped him refine his skills until he was able to adventure on his own and produce the work that he is now known for.

Q: What is your biggest obstacle with your art?

A: Being self taught I find that I have to practice and practice in order to get the correct results. For example, it took me close to 20 different paintings to finally make water look like water, so that if you could put your hand into my painting it would come out wet. I still have difficulty painting clouds and waves and will continue to practice.

Q: Describe a typical art creativity session. What is it like? For example, do you work in silence, or do you work to music? Do you prefer to be alone, or do you need people around?

A: I have a 3rd floor loft in my home equipped with easels and music which is always playing. I pretty much paint alone in my loft but I have also painted in my Western Ave. Studio during Open Studio weekends, that provides an audience.

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Q: What advice do you have for someone just starting out as an artist?

A: Stick to it! It takes a long time to improve.If you are truly talented then that talent will grow. After a lifetime of being a painter I sometimes cannot believe I did some of the paintings that I have signed. SO! strive to amaze yourself….

Q: Tell us about some of your goals for the next 6-12 months.

A: My goal from day 1 in 2015 is to produce 50 or more paintings. Currently on January 16th I have completed 6. Total painting hours to complete those 6 is about 100 hours.

RobertCrooker3You can visit Robert in his Studio #120 at Western Avenue Studios. You can also catch him at the following upcoming events:

Melrose Arts Festival
Grace Chapel Art Gallery, Lexington MA.
Salem Arts Festival juried exhibition.
Group Showings at the Tewksbury Public Library
Reading Art Assoc., Spring Art Exhibit

WAS this Weekend 1/16-1/18

Brrr! Its cold out there! Come inside & enjoy some beautiful work from your favorite Artists!

Shows/Events this Weekend:

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Congrats to Renee Mallett who was recently named prose editor of the literary journal Extract( s). They’re accepting submissions for short fiction and poetry! A great chance to flex your writing chops!

 

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You can catch Lisa Hertel of The Cogitation Zone at Arisia 2015 (New England’s Largest & Most Diverse Sci-Fi & Fantasy Convention) She’ll be there all weekend!

 

 

 

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Mill City Glass Works will be Hosting a Beginners Weekend. This class is ideal for someone who would like to get the full glassblowing experience. Over the course of the weekend, you will develop an understanding of the wonderful material of hot glass. You will start with exercises to build skills, each skill builds onto the next. Students will be making solid work the first day and moving towards blowing glass the second day. Students can expect to take home various small sculptures/paperweights, ornaments, and blown vessels. 4 hours each day $265 What an awesome experience!

 

 

2014-11-27 15.45.26Jeffrey Engel (Studio A204) has re-opened the amazing Lowell Gallery for all of your custom framing needs! After 25 years it has moved to a new location right on the corner of Central St & Jackson St in Downtown Lowell! Bring your Western Ave art in for a beautiful finishing touch! NOW OPEN!!!

 

 

 

Ongoing Exhibitions: Now Showing
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This month the Loading Dock Gallery’s Show features the work of young Artists from the Greater Lowell Boys & Girls Club! Come check out work fro these up & coming superstars!

 

 

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Several Western Ave Artists including Denise Rainis, are participating in the new show at the ALL Gallery. Grey Scale runs from January 9th through February 22nd with a public reception on January 17th from 4-6pm

 

 

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You can also catch Denise Rainis at the Chelmsford Art Society Members Show at Adams Library in Chelmsford Center, MA. This show runs through January 21st with a Reception Saturday, January 17, 2-4 PM

 

 

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Priscilla Levesque’s casein painting, “September at Red Wing” has been accepted in the Members Juried Show at the Concord Art Association.  The show will be on view from Jan. 15 through Feb. 20. There will be an opening reception on Thurs., Jan. 15 from 6 – 8 pm

 

 

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Paula Mingolelli (Studio A408) will be featured in Grace Chapel’s Show “Purple”. Her painting “Storm Coming” will be on display through March 2nd.

 

 

 

leeCheck out Ann Lee in the exhibition Blue – The Sky’s The Limit at League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Headquarters Gallery, 49 South Main St, Suite 100, Concord, New Hampshire 03301 Now through March 20th! with a reception on Friday January 16th from 5-7pm

 

 

 

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Robert Crooker will be featured in the show “White on White” at the Tewksbury Public Library. This show runs from January 13th through February 3rd. Open daily during library hours.

 

 

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Laurie Simko will have work in the Trinitarian Art Show which runs from January 7th to February 7th with a reception on the 9th.

 

 

 

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Ann Lee & Jeanne Osborne are participating in “Guise, Garment & Textile” in The Gallery at 100 Market, 100 Market St Portsmouth, NH This show runs from December 5th – February 20th!

 

 

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Art Ferrier, Priscilla Levesque, Kathy Clericuzio and several other WAS Artists will be showing at the Whistler House Annual Juried Members Exhibit. The show will be on view from Nov 19th through Jan 17th, and there will be an artists reception on Nov 22nd from 2 – 4 pm. For museum hours see the Whistler House Website.

 

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Amy Archambault will be part of the exhibition TEEM at Grin Gallery in Providence, RI from November 20th through January 10th