Come meet the artists and check out what’s new in the local arts scene at The Distillery. South Boston Open Studios is free and open to the public, rain or shine, noon to 6pm on Sunday June 2nd.
Born in Southie, McCole has produced paintings which capture the true likeness of the neighborhood. Area landmarks like “The Amrhein’s Compound” and “Dorchester Heights” are depicted with a balance of history and the present day. Locals will find a quick connection to his work which may capture a moment of the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade, a snapshot from a Red Sox game, or a crowd outside a neighborhood haunt.
The Distillery Gallery was nominated for “best gallery” by Boston’s Weekly Dig!
See work by many of South Boston Open Studios participants on display throughout Open Studios weekend, Oct 31 & Nov 1.
South Boston Open Studios: Oct 31 & Nov 1, 2009
Multiple locations throughout South Boston, including The Distillery, will open their doors to the public from Noon – 6pm each day! Free & open to the public.
The Distillery Gallery presents “People, Places & Horses,” a straight-forward exhibit of four Boston-based painters individually consistent in their chosen subject matter. Featuring works by Aimee Belanger, Monica Nydam, Nick Ward, and David Wooddell
As the tumultuous world of commercial galleries continues to scramble for readjustment to today’s sales-savy artists, alternative methods of display are at the forefront of a battle, a battle which The Distillery Gallery* has deemed: “Artageddon.”
The Distillery Gallery, in conjunction with Overkill Studio, presents “Grew Up a Screw Up,” a lo-fi/hi-tech collision resulting in video, mixed media, appropriations, visual remixes, internet art, installation and more.
Spring Open Studios group exhibit featuring a continuous “stripe” of artwork throughout the gallery.
An exhibit in conjunction with TransCultural Exchange’s 2009 Conference on International Opportunities in the Arts and Boston Cyberarts Festival 2009. Here, There and Everywhere: Anticipating the Art of the Future celebrates today’s new world order, where borders are porous, communication instantaneous, and spectacular achievements, more often than not, a joint effort.
A printmaking show featuring a dozen printmakers as a continuation of its series of exhibits highlighting Boston area artists.