Upcoming Exhibitions 

November
October 30 - December 1, 2019

Opening Reception
Friday, November 1, 6 pm - 8:30 pm

Walter Landry
“Stonescapes”

Patty deGrandpre
“Broken Television”

Adrienne Sloane
On Edge, Topical Fiber Work

Walter Landry

Walter Landry

Walter Landry
”Stonescapes”

Walter Landry draws ancient stone enclosures, coastal rock formations, and bedrock highway cuts. These meticulous, monochromatic compositions in light and texture are drawn in series, and strive to combine and balance the opposites of photo-realism and non-objective abstraction. The drawings, ranging in size from 16 x 20 inches to 2 x 9 feet, are in white, gray, and black pencil, on gray panel or paper. 

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Walter Landry is a 2012 graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. Since graduating, Walter has exhibited both drawings and photographs in juried group exhibitions. These include shows at the Danforth Art Museum, Fitchburg Art Museum, Griffin Museum of Photography, Westinghouse Gallery, Essex Art Center, and Bromfield Gallery. "Stonescapes," at Bromfield Gallery, is Landry's first solo exhibition.

 
 
 
Patty deGrandpre

Patty deGrandpre

Patty deGrandpre
“Broken Television”

This current body of work is from my “Broken Television 300” series. The genesis of this series began with photos taken of TV screen while the television was “breaking.” The constantly changing colors, lines, and shapes resulted in over one hundred images that I digitally manipulated and turned into “digital plates.” I have been incorporating these images into my work.

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I have challenged myself with this series to develop multiple artworks by using just a few of these “digital plates” I have made. A few elements can be adjusted, modified, and reconfigured to create endless amounts of compositions. The process of iteration gives a cohesive feel to these unique small prints. I treat my inkjet printer like a press. Each “digital plate” is printed one at a time on the media. All the works in this series were printed with my inkjet printer on some kind of photo paper. I am creating a unique print by an unconventional method. I love the art of the print. I also appreciate technology and the tools it has given us. In my work, I embrace both.

 
Adrienne Sloane

Adrienne Sloane

Adrienne Sloane
On Edge, Topical Fiber Work

Responding viscerally to the political landscape of the day, Sloane’s work engages and challenges viewers in her personal, provocative responses to contemporary issues. Through her attempts to knit together the frayed places around her, Sloane seeks to promote thoughtful dialogue about critical questions. Often drawing on iconic imagery in her work, this exhibit also includes the third in a series of knit flags titled, “The Unraveling,” which the artist is unraveling against the backdrop of the Constitution.