Beacon Hill Art Walk and The Music exhibit in Allston
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Beacon Hill Art Walk and The Music exhibit in Allston

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The next two things coming up are  The Beacon Hill Artwalk and the music exhibit organized by Unbound Visual Arts.  Clicking the in text links will take you to the organizers’ websites.

The Beacon Hill Artwalk  is all day June 1st on Beacon Hill Boston.  Here’s a map to help locate the artist areas, with my own spot marked off.

BHAW ArtwalkSunMap
Sunny Day Map for the Beacon Hill Art Walk

 

I will have some small affordable pieces and will be featuring larger works form my Fluid Dynamics series, Optics Series, and a few Newer Reinvented Landscapes.  Some of the pieces have thermochromic or details.  I will also try to have a few photochromic ultramini art cards, just for fun.  However working with photochromic pigment is a LOT like painting with invisible ink, and the pigments are fugitive – not archival.

Spring rings  4x6 undulation 4x6 reef

 

Snow Melt, 18 x 24 in,  acrylic with oxide powders, mica flakes and thermochromic pigment on wood panel,
Snow Melt, 18 x 24 in, acrylic with oxide powders, mica flakes and thermochromic pigment on wood panel,

I will also have two pieces featured in a music themed exhibit through Unbound Visual Arts.  The music exhibit will open at the Honan-Allston Art Gallery on June 4th, 2014 with an opening reception set for June 18th from 6:00 -7:45 pm. The exhibition features 17 member artists of Unbound Visual Arts that responded to call for art on the theme of music. The exhibition closes on July 30th.  The gallery is in the Honan Allston branch of the Boston Public Library, map here.

I will be exhibiting Logic (left) and Dissonance (right)

logic   Dissonance

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6 Responses

  1. Susan
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    Regina you are so productive, create such fluid and meaningful work and get yourself out there all the time. Kudos to you. Sense the motion in your musically themed pieces.

  2. Susan
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    Regina you are so productive, create such fluid and meaningful work and get yourself out there all the time. Kudos to you. Sense the motion in your musically themed pieces.

  3. anntogether.com
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    These are especially exquisite
    AnnMarie 🙂

  4. anntogether.com
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    These are especially exquisite
    AnnMarie 🙂