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The Distillery Gallery showcases the work of the artists who work and live in The Distillery, Boston area artists, and invited guests. The space is located in the central lobby and is open from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday - Saturday, and by appointment. New shows are installed every 6 weeks. For information about any of the exhibiting artists please contact Scott Chasse.

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Current Exhibit:


The Distillery Gallery Presents:
"People, Places & Horses"
featuring works by Aimee Belanger, Monica Nydam, Nick Ward, and David Wooddell
October 1 - October 22, 2009
Opening Reception: October 1, 6-9pm
free and open to the public
516 E 2nd St., first floor
contact: Scott Chasse, gallery director
(978) 270-1904 / scottchasse@gmail.com
www.distilleryboston.com

The Distillery Gallery presents "People, Places & Horses," a straight-forward exhibit of four Boston-based painters individually consistent in their chosen subject matter.

People:
Nick Ward's close-up portraits reveal exaggerated elements of facial characteristics mixed with sparse use of text or vivid color as a backdrop. Each work is an uncontrived study of texture and form punctuated by the suggestion of everyday routine.

David Wooddell exhibits a clear appreciation of his predecessors and a mature, diligent work ethic by painting live models in a modernist manner. The focus of his rich, heavy-bodied figure studies balances between the subject and the individual brush stroke, resulting in luminous portrayals of the human form.

Places:
Aimee Belanger blurs the lines between imagination and reality with landscapes based on photographs, memories, and dreams. Her juxtaposition of stark architectural elements with colorful organic settings results in imagery of places that may or may not exist.

and Horses:
Monica Nydam's "Horse Series" entertains the viewer with painterly renditions of snapshots involving the subject. While some pieces use thick linear brush strokes to create "pixelated" visions of the mare or stallion, others involve hints of distortion or motion. Each work shares a candid, stolen-moment quality with the next.

Please join us on October 1 from 6-9 pm for the opening reception.

photos from the opening reception on flickr

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Past Exhibits at The Distillery Gallery:

Artageddon

Grew Up a Screw Up

ART STRIPE!

Here, There & Everywhere

Assessment Alaska

Off the Wall

Isolated Incidents

All Hallow Even

Paint it Now

Marked Memory

Reallusions

Black & White vs. Color

Framing the Line

Art Spotting

So Delicate, So Detailed

See photos from past exhibits here.

For info about our Open Studios events, go here.