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BeverlySky and MarioKon showing at Fort Point Arts Community Gallery.

BeverlySky and MarioKon showing at the Fort Point Arts Community Gallery.


Beverly Sky & Mario Kon: Narrative/Non-Narrative

When you first walk into the Fort Point Arts Community Gallery, the contrast in the expression of Beverly Sky and Mario Kon’s work is staggering. On the left: Sky’s visual narrative exploration. On the right: Kon’s bold trail of ideas exploring technique. The work that compiles “Narrative/Non-Narrative: Two Artistic Approaches” was juried by Barbara Krakow Gallery gallery director Andrew Witkin.



Regarding Landscape: Armstrong and DiRado at Worcester State University

By Brian Goslow Top: Frank Armstrong, Cashe River, Arkansas, 1986. Bottom: Stephen DiRado, Aquinnah, MA, Juliet and Tom, July 19, 2014.   WORCESTER, MA – As the crowds flowed in and out of the opening reception for the “Regarding Landscape: Armstrong and DiRado” exhibition at Worcester State University’s Mary Cosgrove Dolphin Gallery, visitors discussed the process in […]


Mark Rothko, Untitled (Study for Harvard Mural), c. 1961, opaque watercolor on pale green construction paper. Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of The Mark Rothko Foundation, Inc., 1986.627. © 2009 Kate Rothko Prizel and Christopher Rothko/ Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Harvard Art Museums, © President and Fellows of Harvard College.

Mark Rothko, Untitled (Study for Harvard Mural), c. 1961, opaque watercolor on pale green construction paper. Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of The Mark Rothko Foundation, Inc., 1986.627. © 2009 Kate Rothko Prizel and Christopher Rothko/ Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Harvard Art Museums, © President and Fellows of Harvard College.


Grand reopening: Harvard Art Museums and the return of its Rothko paintings

Enter the newly redesigned Harvard Art Museums, filled with flooding natural light so ubiquitous that very possibly the darkest corner where dark things are hid is noon-bright; where the art conservation department is at the very top of this pyramid of light — all its tubes and bottles of color displayed for every visitor’s uplifted gaze.



November/December 2014 Classifieds

    Your work could be artscope’s next CENTERFOLD. Work by established and emerging artists welcome. For the March/April 2015 issue we will be accepting submissions on the theme of glass or mosaic work. Please send up to three images and your statement with contact information to: centerfold@artscopemagazine.com, no later than February 10, 2015. No […]


M.C. Escher, Waterfall, 1961, lithograph © 2014 The M.C. Escher Company- The Netherlands. All rights reserved. www.mcescher.com

M.C. Escher, Waterfall, 1961, lithograph © 2014 The M.C. Escher Company- The Netherlands. All rights reserved. www.mcescher.com


M. C. Escher: Reality and Illusion at Currier Museum of Art

Who wouldn’t be a-goggle at the staircases of “Relativity” running upside down and downside up, yet with anonymous figures clinging to both with the assurance of their own personal gravity field. Water runs uphill in “Waterfall.” Who wouldn’t stop and applaud such ingenuity?


Fran Bull, Station 3: The Two Insomnias.

Station 3: The Two Insomnias.


Fran Bull’s Stations at Chaffee Downtown Gallery and Castleton Downtown Gallery

After early commercial success as a Photorealist painter in the 1970’s, Fran Bull bolted from a mechanical illusionism to pursue her own artistic truth. A powerful mind and a maverick bent drove her beneath the surface to explore psychological, political and existential questions through a feminist lens.


Tom McAleer Bristol Warren Rhode Island

Tom McAleer painting en plein air. Art Night Bristol-Warren is to celebrate the life of Tom McAleer at season ending event October 23, 2014.


Art Night Bristol-Warren to celebrate life of Tom McAleer

The life of Tom McAleer, a much beloved member of the coastal Rhode Island art community, who recently passed away, will be celebrated on October 23 from 5-8 p.m. at Art Night Bristol-Warren’s Summer Season End Celebration at Linden Place, 500 Hope Street, Bristol, Rhode Island. The event will feature a “Plein Air Painter, Tom “Mac” McAleer” solo exhibition, Ten31 Living Renaissance Painter Sculpture, music by Red Eye Flight and works from Amaral Fabrications.


Catherine Peterson, Executive Director, Arts Boston (left) with George Nugent, Deputy Director and Kay Doyle, Ph.D., Board President, both of the Greater Lowell Community Foundation.

Catherine Peterson, Executive Director, Arts Boston (left) with George Nugent, Deputy Director and Kay Doyle, Ph.D., Board President, both of the Greater Lowell Community Foundation.


The Arts Factor study reports a $1 billion economic arts engine in Boston

“The Arts Factor shows that nonprofit arts and cultural organizations are an economic engine for Greater Boston, with $1 billion direct spending and an additional $450 million spent by audiences above and beyond the cost of admission. Our sector supports over 26,000 jobs and makes the region attractive for employers looking to attract and retain a smart workforce.”


Thi Linh Wernau, "My Injuries Don't Define Me."

Thi Linh Wernau, "My Injuries Don't Define Me", at McGladrey Gallery in Charlestown, Massachusetts.


You. Are. Beautiful. A Tribute to Warriors at the McGladrey Art Gallery

By Puloma Ghosh Waltham, MA — After following a winding path, Thi Linh Wernau found herself wanting to pursue photography professionally, years after she had discovered a love for it during her college years. She returns to her passion with the series, “You. Are. Beautiful. A Tribute to Warriors,” an inspiring look at unique individuals […]


Cecil Touchon in his Santa Fe studio

Cecil Touchon in his Santa Fe studio now exhibiting at Lanoue Fine Art in Boston.


Cornered! Cecil Touchon’s Typography Art

Cecil Touchon fits into a lot of categories, but would you expect anything else from the founder of the International Museum of Collage, Assemblage and Construction, who spent the early part of his career as a member of Fluxus in New York City?