A nice rainy day surprise (and some Math art)

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With an art show right around the corner, I’ve been checking regularly to see where our PR attempts have landed.  While googling around, I ran across the item page for “Vector Field”, a painting I’d donated to the WGBH art … Read More

Art Event

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Both of these look interesting. The second annual festival in P-town should be bigger and better than the first one – perfect weather and season for a day trip out of the city, see some Aaaht. recommended.

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These both look very interesting. I’d especially recommend the Festival in P-town for anyone looking to get out of the city for a fun cultural event.

Coalescing Lines and Color in Boston’s South End

One of Boston’s best Bed and Breakfasts is also one of its newest Art Galleries.  14 Union Park bed and breakfast in Boston’s South End will be hosting rotating 3 month exhibits.  Each exhibit will feature work by a small … Read More

Beacon Hill (Abstract?) Art Walk

Enjoy abstract Science inspired art while touring the private gardens of Beacon Hill. On Sunday, June 3, 2012 one of Boston’s largest, longest running and most engaging art fairs will happen all over Beacon Hill. The Nerdly painter will be … Read More

Insight and Allusion in Brighton MA

See the exhibit preview here. I’m really excited to be working with local curator John Quatrale on a solo show – nice alternative location with very good hours … and pastry! Watch this space for updates on additional events – … Read More

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