The Art of Autism 2014 Group Exhibit Feb 7 – March 10, Artist Reception – Sat Feb 22, 5-7pm We are so happy to host this show at the Good Purpose Gallery. The Art of Autism celebrates art outside of the box and we love it! The ART of AUTISM is a social-entrepreneurship project that connects artists and performers of all ages on the autism spectrum with opportunities and venues to showcase their varied ta
I started creating art before I was talking. Drawing and painting is my special gift and the way I connect with people. My dream is that I will be able to support myself independently through selling my art and teaching classes. My work has been displayed in many galleries and universities throughout the United States and I’m represented by the Ricco Maresca Gallery in New York. My favorite things to sketch are Loone
Usually I write about exhibit openings and such but this is, just as the title suggests, a day in the gallery… Friday to be exact. I came in early at 8:30 to get ready for my new intern Simon and before I even got to open the door Ryan waved me down asking if the new Lee High School student works (up in the Starving Artist Cafe hallway also known as the Gallery Annex) were for sale. He was in love with Snow Whi
Exhibit: Emerging Light, November 1 – January 2 Opening Reception Saturday November 2, 6-8pm Russian American Dmitri Freund’s paintings are vibrant with power and light. Seeing his work touches the soul because he paints from the soul. With strong poetic line and fluid color that sings right off the canvas, he paints the experience of the inner spiritual journey with ever present light emerging victor
The Good Purpose Gallery in Lee is showcasing a unique exhibit that brings educational aspects of art into view. The exhibit features the work of Ilene Spiewak, an artist and teacher at CIP, along with the work of her students at in the Berkshire Performing and Visual Arts program.
A Retrospective July 19 – September 2 Artist Reception – July 27 @ 5-7pm, meet the artist and hear his fabulous stories! John K. Lawson was born in Birmingham, England, in 1962 and raised mostly in the countryside until his family moved to South London when he was a young teenager. He first came to America on a student exchange program in engineering at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. There his artistic ab