The artist and the viewer. It is a relationship that has stood the test of time where one depends on the other. We view others and we ourselves are seen. Through the artist’s lens, casual observation becomes a narrative. Individuals evolve into characters that inhabit the newly constructed world of the artist. As an astute observer, Lauren Kent, use this process to transform the surface of her canvas into an expressive and vibrant commentary on the everyday.
Art is an affort to create, beside the real world, a more humane world.
-Andre maurois, French Author
Since the dawn of man, the art of storytelling has been a part of our complex matrix. It is tribal, communal, connects the generations, and humanizes our past. In the current the Inside-OUT Gallery exhibit by featured artist, John Campbell, these tales become reality. Displayed in a dynamic visual spectacle, the viewer is transported to another place—a time when legends dominated our realm.
“Do You Understand What I'm Saying?”
NATURAL SELECTION curated by David Hochbaum
Featuring artists, James Weinberg and Daniel Kern
James Weinberg is a designer, illustrator, and screen printer out of Somerville MA. Working out of his studio at 11 Miller Street he creates designs for everything from book jackets, poster art and branding and packaging. Much of his inspiration comes from natural history, folk art and silkscreen.
On Saturday June 2nd Nibble Open Kitchens presents Brazilian Street Food for Brunch with Nibble entrepreneur, Robson Lemos.
Where do you go to find your muse? Artist residencies exist to allow artists and like minded individuals the opportunity to seek sanctuary for the creative process