June Gallery Crawl

May 30, 2018 7:14 am
Travel, dreams, personal experiences – every artist has their own story about what inspires their work, many of which you can hear firsthand at this month’s First Friday Gallery Crawl. Artists who come from across the world and down the street will be showing their work at galleries around South End and sharing their passion for their work through conversations, a chance to get your hands dirty and try out one of their mediums, and even an opportunity to add your voice to one of their exhibitions.

Check out what each gallery has planned.

Coffey & Thompson – 1200 S Graham St.

Coffey & Thompson will host artists Asra Rae ArtJohn Slaney and JR Thornburg for an exhibition celebrating bold works of Pop Art.

Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art – 1520 S Tryon St.

Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art will host nationally acclaimed artist Larry Horowitz for his brand new exhibition ‘Landscapes Without Borders’, which includes works on non-traditional objects including antiques and violin cases. Before the Gallery Crawl, you can meet Horowitz and try your hand at pastels at the CLT MAP’s event on Wednesday or at a lunch with him on Friday.

Lark & Key Gallery and Boutique – 128 E Park Ave. 

Lark & Key Gallery and Boutique will host the opening night of  ‘Wandering Landscape’, an exhibition featuring new paintings by Mary Alayne Thomas. Thomas’ colorful watercolors and encaustic paintings chronicle her dreamy recollections of her recent travels and will be accompanied by guest ceramic artist Kelly Lynn Daniels.

Shed Brand Studios – 216 Iverson Way

Along with their stunning custom glasswork, Shed Brand Studios will be featuring glass flowers created by Natalie Bork.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hodges Taylor Art Consultancy – 118 E Kingston Ave., #16 

Hodges Taylor is continuing to host ‘AT PLAY: Ellie Richards + David Halliday’, showing Richards’ sculptures created from wood and found objects and Halliday’s photography.

 

Dilworth Artisan Station – 118 E Kingston Ave. 

Dilworth Artisan Station will be showing working from six featured artist: Hodges Taylor Gallery, Kim Gibbs, Debbie Giordano, Chris Clamp, Paul Hastings, and Janine Medlin.

Magnolia Emporium – 307 Lincoln St.

Magnolia Emporium will host an evening of Italian art featuring opera singer Michael Ballard and Italian-born painter David Aiazzi.

 

 

C3Lab – 2525 Distribution St.  

C3 Lab’s new show ‘Airing Out the Dirty Laundry’ is a collaborative and nationally reaching art installation about strength, unity, the resistance of oppression, injustice, and exclusion. In this interactive show, attendees are invited to participate by creating a piece of “dirty laundry” to create a visual representation of people’s diverse stories.

Hours

Coffey & Thompson Art Gallery: 5-9pm

Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art: 5-8pm

Lark & Key Gallery and Boutique: 5-8pm

Shed Brand Studios: 5-8pm

Hodges Taylor Art Consultancy: 6-8pm

Dilworth Artisan Station: 6-9pm

Magnolia Emporium: 6-9pm

C3 Lab: 7-10pm

 

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