Join us at the Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts from March 27th-30th for AD 20/21: Art & Design of the 20th & 21st Centuries. We'll be showcasing works from artists Jeremy Durling, Joshua Flint, Terry Miura, Michelle Arnold Paine, Gregory Prestegord, Daniel Robbins, Carlo Russo, and Mary Sauer.
This year's fair -- in its 7th year -- is the feature event for Boston Design Week 2014! The first annual design week "seeks to increase public awareness and appreciation of all aspects of design, foster recognition of the vital role design plays in our lives, and bring new audiences to a wide array of design industries and organizations." What better way to support that mission than by attending AD 20/21 which brings together a variety of exhibitors offering contemporary fine art, photography, jewelry, handmade furniture, decorative arts, sculpture, drawings, and more.
AD 20/21 kicks off Thursday, March 27th from 5:30-8:30pm with the Gala Preview -- a catered event with music, a first look at all of the fine art and designs, in addition to a complimentary catalog and readmission throughout the weekend. All proceeds benefit the Boston Architectural College, New England’s largest independent, accredited college of spatial design. Gala tickets are available for $250.
Weekend hours are as follows:
Friday, March 28th: 1pm - 8pm
Saturday, March 29th: 11am - 8pm
Sunday, March 30th: 11am - 5pm
The fair also features a number of special programs and guest speakers throughout the weekend.
Tickets are also available at the door for $15. We look forward to seeing you all at Booth #3!
Come kick off our spring season next Friday, March 21st, 2014 from 6:30-9pm for the opening of Inside Out[side]!
Inside Out[side] Exhibition -- Friday, March 21st, 6:30-9pm
Inside Out[side] will feature new landscapes, interiors, and florals centered around the idea that spring is near! New work from Kyle Bartlett, Sally Ladd Cole, Jeremy Durling, Greg Horwitch, Leo Mancini-Hresko, Michelle Arnold Paine, Jussi Poyhonen, & Daniel Robbins.
We look forward to seeing you as the days get longer and warmer!
Join us Saturday, December 14th from 1-5pm as we celebrate the season and open our doors to friends, neighbors, art lovers, and festive passers-by! Our walls will be hung with works big and small, but pay special attention to what we call the "littles" as they are all from local Boston and New England painters -- Local Littles! There is nothing better then supporting your community and that's exactly what we hope to do by featuring these small works by New England based artists:
We will also be showcasing a handful of recently arrived paintings from gallery favorite Gregory Prestegord. We're thrilled with this new work!
If you aren't able to join us on Saturday, be sure to stop by Thursday, December 19th at 5pm to celebrate our holiday collaboration with [Beyt] by 2b design: a wine & cheese soiree! Invitation & details to come...
Mark your calendars because the Annual Beacon Hill Holiday Stroll is fast approaching! The festive time of year has arrived when Charles Street is decorated and then shuts down for the celebration.
Join Sloane Merrill Gallery & all Charles Street business on Thursday, December 12th from 6-9pm as we stay open late to welcome and celebrate the holiday season in style.
With seasonal appropriate entertainment, carol your way down the street while stopping to shop and grab a festive beverage as you go!
We hope you'll visit us this weekend at the 17th Annual Boston International Fine Art Show!
October brings us into prime leaf peeping season with the work of Thomas Torak, a Vermont-based artist whose landscapes capture our love of nature and still lifes make us want to reach out and snatch a piece of fruit. Thomas will be in attendance on Friday, October 18th, from 6:30-9pm to open 'Alive with Paint' an exhibition of work being featured in the October 2013 issue of The Artists Magazine.
Tom received his training from the prestigious Art Students League of New York, mostly under the instruction of Frank Mason. He learned how to prepare his own canvas', mediums and varnishes -- techniques he continues to use today along with grinding his own paint. Passionate about sharing his knowledge and experience with others, Tom travels down to New York City twice a week to teach at the Art Students League.
Please let us know if you would like a preview of the show -- we hope to see you all there!
We're excited to announce the opening of a solo exhibition of work by Boston-based artist Rick Berry! Opening on Friday, September 27th from 6:30-9pm the show will feature a collection of his newest oil paintings. Rick is a talented artist and illustrator whose work has graced the pages of novels by Neil Gaiman, Stephen King, & William Gibson. Many of you may remember that Rick was a part of our 'Back to Back' show in April with his piece 'Prototype' and after a visit to his electric studio we're eagerly waiting to see what he produces for his solo exhibition!
We are happy to announce that Waltham-based artist Leo Mancini-Hresko will be joining us on Saturday, July 20th from 12pm - 3pm for a painting demonstration! In addition to painting, Leo will answer any and all questions about his technique and the thought process behind his work.
We're excited to see whether he'll be painting a beautiful portrait or tackling a local Beacon Hill streetscape!
Check out a sampling of some of Leo's most recent pieces that are currently in the gallery. We should have some incredible new pieces from his recent trip to Maine arriving in the gallery for a first look on the day of the demo!
Join us this Saturday, June 22nd from 11am-3pm as we participate in The Foundry Equation -- a one-day art initiative & open house! We will be showcasing work by Waltham-based and Boston-born artist Leo Mancini-Hresko and Italian artist Daniele Cestari who recently spent time in Boston capturing the city.
Located at 101 Rogers Street, The Foundry is a 52,000 square foot building that was once a pump manufacturing facility, a motor freight station, and an aircraft parts factory among other things. Donated to the City of Cambridge nearly two years ago, the building has remained empty since. Due to growing worries about the building, the city is finally taking a good look at what would be the best use for the space. While 10,000 sq. ft. has already been designated as "community space" there is still a bit of uncertainty about what to do with the rest of the space.
Here's where we come in! The city has granted permission to hold a one day event in the space -- hoping to show off how creatively it can be used. Thankfully, even with short notice, the great minds at FLUX Boston, Opus Affair, Voltage Coffee & Art, and Yes.Oui.Si have banded together over the past week to organize what is sure to be a wonderful event! The art initiative and open house will feature a range of local creatives including artists, musicians, galleries, and numerous other art related organizations.
As Liz from FLUX Boston said:
"This isn’t a pipe dream. And 10,000 square feet of “community space” may just be the beginning. If enough troops are rallied, and enough buzz is generated, and enough $$$ ends up making enough ¢¢¢ to the city, the entire building could transform into a dedicated arts space; an art mecca right in the heart of Cambridge for students, performers, theater companies, teachers, musicians, arts organizations, and EVERYONE to enjoy."
We invite you to join us in collaboration with the Consulate General of Portugal in Boston for an opneing of work by Portuguese-American artist José Santos on Friday, May 3rd from 6:30-9pm as part of the Boston Portuguese Festival!
José -- a first generation Portuguese-American -- is influences by both the culture his parents came from in Portugal and the city he knows and loves, Boston. He is continually exploring his ethnic background in his work and is grateful for how much he knows about his ancestry -- through his work he feels he has a closer connection to these people and places.
In José's own words, his "work is as much about the labor that goes into each pieces as it is about the end result. I try to keep my artistic language simple and direct, so it speaks to the common person, who to me represents the many people who make up my community. My work allows me to visually express what I understand and observe in my family, friends, community, and place."
This exhibit showcases a body of work that has been created in the last few years. One strand that runs common to all the pieces in this show is that they are all realistic. José hopes that by viewing these pieces everyone can share a common experience.
José will be in attendance at the opening to discuss his body of work and talk with collectors about his Portuguese heritage. We look forward to seeing you on Friday night!
Please join us along with members of the Boston Figurative Art Center for a paint off demo this Saturday, April 20th from 2-5pm!
Four artists, Damon Lehrer, Jeremy Durling, Britt Snyder, and Jon Nix, will paint the same model at the same time. Each artists has his own unique style and technique -- they are excited to share their process with you!
The artists will paint in 30 minute sessions and then break for questions.
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday -- it's going to be an exciting afternoon!
Please join us in collaboration with the Boston Figurative Art Center on Friday, April 12th from 6:30-9pm for the opening of Back to Back!
The collaborative exhibition highlights the figure as an important subject in our modern world -- one that is both beautiful and a struggle to capture. The theme of the show marries the often sacred and sensual use of the human back to represent form with the more abstract concept of what it means to be "back to back". The participating figurative artists explored this theme in oils and their visual experiences will be shared at the exhibition opening.
Back to Back has two distinct components -- one half is an invitational and the other is juried. Invitational artists include: Damon Lehrer, Jon Nix, Leo Mancini-Hresko, Nick Ward, Rick Berry, Tony Apesos, Gene Dorgan, Paul Goodnight, Brett Gamache, Jim Burke, Freda Nemirovsky, Britt Snyder, Ann Hirsch, Tom Grady, Janet Monafo, Paul Rahilly, & Kelly Carmody.
Many of the artists will be in attendance at the opening to discuss their work and how the theme inspired them! We look forward to seeing you!
Join us at the Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts from March 21st-24th for AD 20/21: Art & Design of the 20th & 21st Centuries. We'll be showcasing new works from artists Daniele Cestari & Gregory Prestegord in addition to great works by Danny McCaw, Terry Miura, Joshua Flint, Gary Weisman, Aaron Westerberg, Carlo Russo, Sally Ladd Cole and more.
The fair -- in its 6th year -- brings together a variety of exhibitors offering contemporary fine art, photography, jewelry, handmade furniture, decorative arts, sculpture, drawings, and more.
AD 20/21 kicks off Thursday, March 21st from 5:30-9pm with the Gala Preview -- a catered event with music, a first look at all of the fine art and designs, in addition to a complimentary catalog and readmission throughout the weekend. All proceeds benefit the Boston Architectural College, New England’s largest independent, accredited college of spatial design. Gala tickets are available for $100 and $250.
Weekend hours are as follows:
- Friday, March 22nd: 1pm - 8pm
- Saturday, March 23rd: 11am - 8pm
- Sunday, March 24th: 11am - 5pm
The fair also features a number of special programs and guest speakers throughout the weekend.
Born and raised in Philadelphia, Gregory is a talented painter with an even more contagious personality. He trained at the prestigious Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and has put together a collection of paintings based on time spent in Boston and New York City. Greg's gritty, textured cityscapes capture the movement, energy, and architectural beauty of these two iconic American cities.
Greg will be in attendance at the opening to discuss his work, inspiration for this series, and to talk with collectors!
We look forward to seeing you all! Please don't hesitate to contact us with interest or for a preview of the show.
Join us on Friday, February 22nd from 6:30-9pm for our 'By Land or Sea' opening reception!
Kicking off our spring exhibition schedule, 'By Land or Sea' will feature new landscapes and seascapes by Sloane Merrill Gallery painters Kathleen Dunphy, Joshua Flint, Terry Miura, Geoff Krueger, and Jussi Poyhonen in addition to paintings by talented New England based artists Kyle Bartlett, Sally Ladd Cole, Phyllis Hewitt, Kevin Shea, Frank Strazzulla, Thomas Torak, and more. A number of the artists will be in attendance for the opening reception!
Join us on Thursday, December 6th from 6-9pm as we celebrate the holidays the Beacon Hill way! We'll have new works from Justin Hess, Terry Miura, Kathleen Dunphy, Jussi Poyhonen, Gregory Prestegord, and Terry Trambauer Norris and hot beverages to accompany them. The annual Beacon Hill Holiday Stroll lights up the neighborhood and fills Charles Street with carolers, festive locals, and fabulous shoppers!
We look forward to seeing you and sharing our new arrival paintings!
Sloane Merrill Gallery is thrilled to announce it's premier exhibition, opening on Friday, October 19th! The exhibition will feature works by Rick Buttari, Kathleen Dunphy, Joshua Flint, Geoff Krueger, Danny McCaw, Aaron Meynell, Terry Miura, Terry Trambauer Norris, Gregory Prestegord, Mary Qian, Carlo Russo, and Aaron Westerberg.
Stop by for hors d'oeuvres, a glass of bubbly, and some beautiful paintings!
Ali, Meghan, James, and Doug