For the past few years, my husband and I have gone to the International Sand Sculpting Festival on Revere Beach just north of Boston. It is a great event, and the artful sculptures captivate. The participants are from the United States and all over the world. It is worth the trip and right near an MBTA blueline train station. I look forward to this event every year. We lucked out that the weather was beautiful to stroll the beach.
A special exhibition hosted at the Dedham Community Theatre
SHOW DATES: SEPTEMBER 7 TO OCTOBER 29
INTENT TO SHOW SHEET IS DUE AT THE GUILD BY Sunday, August 20th
Opening Reception: Thursday September 7th, from 6-7:30PM at the Dedham Community Theatre
"Windows and Doors" bring the outside in. Architecture allows for color, light and shadow. There are stained glass windows, broken windows, and windows into the soul. There are bronze doors, prison doors, and Matisse's balcony doors that open to the Cote d'Azur.
Love this quote by Dorothea Lange (1895–1965). So true isn't it. I have always loved her photography work. Her portraits of farmers during the Great Depression made her famous but there is so much more.
Who doesn't like photos of fresh vegetables, This was taken at Powessit Farm in Dover MA. The Farm is one of the Trustees of the reservation properties. So worth a visit. I love the farm fields and it's peacefulness. I live in a busy area of my town, it is nice to visit a quiet place
"Bonding" Nella Lush Solo Exhibit
Exhibit Dates: June 21 - August 19
Opening Reception: Thursdsay, June 29th, 6 pm - 7:30 pm
Gallery Hours: 12 noon - 4 pm, Tuesday - Saturday
Join us this summer for a solo exhibit by artist Nella Lush.
Stop by and see this lovely show at Motherbrook Arts and community Center,
I have this Alcatraz Garden photo on display at the Dedham Square Artist Guild as a tribute to Sandrine Colson's Jewelry show. Her work is inspiring. It is multi layered, complicated and handmade. I love that her work is one of kind. Do you see where the inspiration came from?
This is one of my favorite new prints at the Dedham Guild. This photo is by Dennis Stein. It immediately caught my eye. Dennis put these roses on a scanner for this photo. The details are amazing. I think it really works and that they are dried. What does it remind you of?
The Endicott community Gardens is my peaceful place to go. I have had a small garden plot at the Endicott for several years. I share it with my friend Stephanie. We grow tomatoes, Flowers, lettuce, potatoes, peppers, and more. After working in our garden, I love to wander and visit with other gardeners and see what others are growing. Sometimes, also if they have more weeds in their gardens than ours. Seeing more weeds in other gardens makes me feel better about my garden.
It's smooth, it's cute, it's fun, and it's mighty tasty: it's Garlic Butter! A mixed-case font with lots of combination possibilities. see the font here
I had my eye on this piece (above) when Dedham Guild Member, Sandrine Colson brought it in for her Artist of the Month show at the Dedham Guild. My friend Stephanie bought it for my Birthday, lucky me!
Below is more jewelry work by Sandrine, If you are in the Dedham Area you should come to her opening on Wednesday, July 12th, 6 - 7:30 pm. Also, meet Sandrine and ask about her process
Sadly, this closed on Sunday. The work was spectacular and very powerful.
We also made it a point to visit very other exhibits. Having a membership to the museum is great. We visit the small gallery for the show Follow the North Star. It was unusual and wonderful to see a different perspective on life through print making. I recommend this exhibit
Inuit Art from the Collection of Estrellita and Yousuf Karsh
July 1, 2017 – December 31, 2017
Bernard and Barbara Stern Shapiro Gallery (Gallery 231)
I have been looking at my past photos from this year. I want to start changing up my art and prints at the Dedham Guild and hopefully, have new prints for Custom Art Framing in Norwood. Stay tuned for my pics
I enjoyed this week with activities, art, picture taking with some fantastic weather! Visiting Powisset Farm in Dover, MA was a highlight of my week. I brought my camera along with my bags for vegetables.
My friend Marietta has a vegetable share at Powisset Farm. She is away for two weeks. She let me pick up her share from this farm. I have to say that this farm is beautiful and peaceful. I was able to bring home Garlic Scaps, Lettuce, Strawberries, Cucumbers and more...
We think it’s the restored farming operation, a Community Supported Agriculture(CSA) program, on a landscape with a history of pastures and planted fields dating back three centuries. Take a leisurely walk through the farmstead – complete with chickens and pigs – then follow an easy, one-mile loop trail past woodlands and wetlands through the far reaches of the 108.5-acre property.