Artists’ Talk – “Taking Form”

The Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts is proud to present its Spring 2019 Faculty Exhibition, “Taking Form: Fibers & Fabric,” showcasing work by 3 fiber arts faculty members and local artists: Jodi Colella, Merill Comeau, and Kristina Goransson. The exhibition is on view at Galatea Fine Art from February 27th through March 31st. Join us for the public Artists' Talk on March 3rd at 3pm to hear from the artists about their bodies of work, practices and techniques. Enjoy light refreshments and conversation. ‘Taking Form’ showcases works at the intersection of fiber art and sculpture: narrative-based textile wall hangings, 3D sculptural forms that blend needlework with found objects, and elegant wall hangings of sculpted felt.

Learn more at https://eliotschool.org/events/faculty-exhibitions

Photo Info:
Artist: Kristina Goransson
Title: Depletion
Medium: Felted and Indigo dyed wool

Opening Reception – “Taking Form”

The Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts is proud to present its Spring 2019 Faculty Exhibition, “Taking Form: Fibers & Fabric,” showcasing work by 3 fiber arts faculty members and local artists: Jodi Colella, Merill Comeau, and Kristina Goransson. The exhibition is on view at Galatea Fine Art from February 27th through March 31st. Join us for the public Opening Reception on March 1 from 6-8pm, and meet the artists and enjoy light refreshments. This is occurring during, and a part of First Fridays in the SOWA district of Boston. ‘Taking Form’ showcases works at the intersection of fiber art and sculpture: narrative-based textile wall hangings, 3D sculptural forms that blend needlework with found objects, and elegant wall hangings of sculpted felt.

Learn more at https://eliotschool.org/events/faculty-exhibitions

Photo Info:
Artist: Kristina Goransson
Title: Depletion
Medium: Felted and Indigo dyed wool

“Taking Form: Fibers & Fabric”

The Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts is proud to present its Spring 2019 Faculty Exhibition, “Taking Form: Fibers & Fabric,” showcasing work by 3 fiber arts faculty members and local artists: Jodi Colella, Merill Comeau, and Kristina Goransson. The exhibition is on view at Galatea Fine Art from February 27th through March 31st. Gallery visiting hours are Wednesdays - Sundays from 12pm - 5pm. ‘Taking Form’ showcases works at the intersection of fiber art and sculpture: narrative-based textile wall hangings, 3D sculptural forms that blend needlework with found objects, and elegant wall hangings of sculpted felt.

There is a public Opening Reception on March 1 from 6-8pm, and Artists’ Talk on March 3 at 3pm. Learn more at https://eliotschool.org/events/faculty-exhibitions

Photo Info:
Artist: Kristina Goransson
Title: Depletion
Medium: Felted and Indigo dyed wool

Living Portraits: Featuring the Work of Jon Goldman and Robin Radin

Jamaica Plain photographer Robin Radin and Woods Hole artist Jon Goldman are currently exhibiting their work at The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in the 2nd floor Northwest lobby gallery. The BCEC is located at 415 Summer Street in Boston. The exhibit will run from February 9-May 27, 2019. There will be a reception, which is free and open to the public on Wednesday, February 20 from 6-8pm. The exhibition's curator Caitlin Foley writes:"Radin and Goldman employ their work as a means of documenting, celebrating, and asking questions about the communities in which they are embedded...These two distinctly different bodies of work complement one another via their shared exploration and documentation of place and community."

Holiday Sale and Open House

Join us at Stonybrook for our holiday sale and open house on December 9th! Come and check out the studio and local artists' work. Visitors can carve their own tile design in a sand mold, or scratch block, and we will cast it in aluminum shortly after. Creating your own aluminum tile for yourself or as a gift is $20 for 1 or $35 for 2, but watching us pour the molten metal in our lot is free! Refreshments will be inside along with artwork for sale.