From the oceans that surround this continent to the mountains that divide it – this land is home to some of the worlds most powerful landscapes. Open to all media MFA showcased any original 2-D or 3-D work depicting a landscape from the Americas (*North America, Hawaii, Central America, Caribbean & South America). Works selected were exhibited in MFA’s Circle Gallery from Aug 13 – Sep 12, 2020.
It's finally fall, which means PSL's, infinity scarves, and my favorite holiday: Halloween, the one holiday where it's socially acceptable to walk around in corsets and animal ears. The images we put on ourselves are, historically, supposed to scare one another. The practice of dressing up for Halloween was started by the Celts when on All Hallows … Continue reading Thoughtful Thursday: Can Art Be Scary?
It's been a week since Collector's Choice 2016, so now seems like the perfect time for a recap of all of our favorite moments from the event. If you made it out, relive the highlights with us - and if you couldn't make it, now's your chance to see what you missed! After a flurry of … Continue reading Collector’s Choice 2016…a 40th Anniversary to be remembered!
Be sure to catch Shannon Troxler's solo show at MFA Circle Gallery and enjoy a fresh take on classic Chinoiserie painting. Show closes this Sunday, May 13.
Remembering an artist who brought out the child in all of us. In his honor we should all take time to make mischief of one kind or another. RIP Maurice Sendack.
Stupas abound in Circle Gallery, created by artists C.L. Bigelow as part of a four-artist exhibition entitled "Between Stops." Stop by Circle Gallery and be the first to identify all the items used to create this stupa to win a prize!