Gallery XMas Show
Calling all Artists!
Gallery Xmas Show Opening Reception:. Dec.6, 7–10pm
Closing . Dec 26, Deadline for Submissions Nov. 30th 3:00 PM.
Gallery X is opening our Annual Holiday show to invite area artists. We are hoping to encourage artists and craftsman to submit their work for this event Open community art show. Public can submit 5 pieces of art (no larger than 3x3 ft. per piece) (Paintings, sculpture, photography, ceramics, fabrics, etc.) $25 for inclusion in the show.
Submit your work to Gallery X before the week of Nov. 30th-during regular hours. Gallery X charges a 35% commission on sales.(Make checks payable to Gallery X). This is a cash and carry show. Members of the Gallery can enter their work without a fee. Do be certain that your work is prepared to be displayed. The Hanging itself will take place on the evening of Monday , Dec. 1st All work should be ready to hang with wire or proper hanging attachments. Any work mailed should include paid return postage. 3D work should be no larger than 3 ft. square. or notify curator. Gallery X is not responsible for work damaged in Gallery during and after commencement of exhibition… Drop-off dates: Nov. 26-30th, during Gallery hours. Gallery hours - Wed.-Fri. 11am-5pm, Sat. & Sun. 11am-3pm,
West Onto the East
West Unto the East" is an upcoming show at Gallery X featuring the work of three artists whose current paintings share an oriental inspiration.
Lori Bradley presents an installation of twelve paintings from a body of work influenced by the line quality and dreaminess of landscapes and plants depicted in Japanese screens. Through lush images of flowers and vines, the work addresses the lure and entanglement of nostalgia.
Steve Fraga is exploring parallels between various eastern and western religions and cultures that he views as dynamic and wondrous in their searches for transcendent purpose to the human endeavor for love and peace. He is exhibiting paintings and printed poems.
There are fifty-six cards in the portion of the tarot known as the minor arcana, which is the ancestor of the modern poker deck, and Nik Ukleja has created a miniature oil painting for each one of them. The four suits are each given an oriental theme in this series, with Chinese swords, Indian wands, Japanese cups, and Arabian pentacles rendered in distinctive palettes. The Tarot Paintings are detailed and full of the rich symbolism, which has been used in fortune telling for centuries, but can also be viewed simply as beautiful scenes of exotic people and places.
All three artists are showing new works never exhibited before.
The opening reception in the is Saturday, October, 18 from 7-10 in the Main Gallery
Opening at the same in the Douglass Gallery is a one-person exhibition by painter Paul Menard.
Art of the Classic Nude
Curated by Fitzcarmel Lamarre.
The human figure has been the focus of Art since man scratched his first marks. This is an Exhibition where we include local artisans who use the human form to create art. We are asking exhibitors to be discreet and for work in keeping with classical themes and not sexually offensive to our more sensitive visitors. Sept. 10—Oct 5, 2014
Opening Reception: Sat. Sept. 13 7–10pm AHA! Night Preview Sept. 11th 5-8:00 PM Deadline for Submissions 7th at 3:00 PM
Open community art show. Public can submit up to 4 pieces of art Paintings, sculpture, photography, ceramics, fabrics, etc. at $10 per piece for inclusion in the show. Submit your work to Gallery X by Sept. 7th-during regular hours, All work must be ready to hang with wire or proper hanging attachments. Any work mailed should include paid return postage. 3D work should include instructions for display if it is not obvious. Because of the adult nature of this exhibit visitor must be 18 years old or accompanied by an adult. Gallery X is not responsible for work submitted during and after commencement of exhibition. We encourage our exhibitors to pick up any unsold work as soon as show ends. We do not have a safe storage area.
Drop-off dates: August 30th—Sept. 7th, during Gallery hours.
Opening Reception Sept. 13, 7pm - 10pm
Frederick Douglass Gallery
Welcome the fall gallery season by visiting Gallery X to view New Bedford artist Leo Allen's colorful one-man show of paintings in oil in the Frederick Douglass Gallery.
Leo, who lives in New Bedford, began painting several years ago and, in 2007, opened his first gallery in Rockport, Massachusetts. The subject matter of his modern art embodies the spiritual and existential hold that the sea has always had on him. The paintings, such as those in this solo show, "Eyes of Sea", are a means by which Leo expresses his relationship to the sea which was deepened during his service in the U.S. Coast Guard.
25th Annual Public Hanging
Open community art show. In order to exhibit as many artists as possible, we ask that artists limit their submission to 1 piece of art. Two-dimensional works should be no larger than 3x3 ft. The entry fee is $15 per piece for inclusion in the show. Submit your work to Gallery X before the week of June 29-during regular hours. (Make checks payable to Gallery X). Members of the Gallery can enter their work without a fee.
Do be certain that your work is prepared to be displayed. The Hanging itself will take place on the evening of Monday, June 30th, All work should be ready to hang with wire or proper hanging attachments. Any work mailed should include paid return postage.
Gallery X is not responsible for work damaged in Gallery during and after commencement of exhibition…
Drop-off dates: June 18th—June 29th, during Gallery hours.