Galatea Fine Art – August 2015

The Dance

NEW ENGLAND COLLECTIVE VI  Juried by Mim Brooks Fawcett August 5-30, 2015 Opening Reception:  August 7, 6-8pm The New England Collective VI is this year’s annual juried exhibition which highlights the work of an eclectic mix of artists from 6 states.  This year, our juror is Mim Brooks Fawcett, Executive Director of the Attleboro Arts Museum, […]

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Cloakwork: Sneaker Box

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Kuala Lumpur a.k.a. Cloakwork creates sneaker box art, using the original sneaker box and painting his version of the sneaker inside. The artist uses spray paint, markers, and acrylic paint to create these dynamic looking pieces of work. Photos above show classics like Jordans and Nike SBs, but Cloakwork has painted others like Chuck Taylors and other Nike sneakers. […]

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David Robert: Souvenirs

David Robert: Manhole Cover Fine Art Prints

“Souvenirs” is an exhibition by French artist David Robert. He’s designed Japanese inspired artwork on manholes. The subject of art feature historic events, and iconic landmarks like Mt. Fuji. Robert’s “Souvenirs” will be on view until August 22 at the Kai Hostel. Source: Hypebeast

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Your SUMMER Art Show

Your SUMMER Art Show

Your SUMMER Art Show part of YOUR FRIENDS FEST Sat Aug 1 6pm at Cuisine en Locale 156 Highland Ave Somerville with art works by Adam O’Day, Alvan Long, Dug McCormack, Chris Smith, Rebecca Greene and Dave Tree, come by see some art works, live painting and live Music all under one roof! A part of Your […]

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Jean-Michel Basquiat And Ligne Blanche

Jean-Michel Basquiat And Ligne Blanche

Ligne Blanche has collaborated with Jean-Michel Basquiat’s work to create limited edition porcelain plates. These plates feature various works of Basquiat’s, that 8.25 in diameter. More information on the plates can be found at Gagosian Gallery

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‘Star Wars’ Japanese Influenced Woodblock Prints

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The Rhythm Force project combines Japanese woodblock printing, and Star Wars as the subject. The cultural printing style is being taken out of it’s original context, and applied to one of the most iconic science fiction films of all time. Check out the video below to watch in-depth and capture further details from artists working. And if […]

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Portrait of a City

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New Landscape Paintings by Adam O’Day A year in the making, this show captures the feeling of each city it portrays. After winning Boston’s Portrait of a City, Adam O’Day sought out a new challenge: to capture the soul of a place in the boundaries of the canvas with painting and drawing. Join Adam O’Day to […]

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Rick Berry – August 2015 Exhibitions

“Cliff Dweller” - Rick Berry

Starting the month of August, artist Rick Berry will be exhibiting painting in New York City. Check out the dates below, and Berry’s website for more information. Infra REAL: The Art of Imaginative Realism Jonathan LeVine Gallery in Chelsea 8/5-8/22 Opens August 5th Works on Paper & The Moleskin Project Arcadia Contemporary Gallery in Soho 8/14-8/28 Opens […]

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2015 Drone Aerial Photography Contest

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Dronestagram and National Geographic present the 2015 Drone Aerial Photography Contest. 2015 marks the second annual for the competition, features photographs from drone aerial snapshots. After having to choose from thousands of entries, there were seven winning entries. Take a look at the gallery above to view some of the winners from this years competition.

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Islands on the Edge

Christophe Squier

Islands on the Edge at the Gallery at Atlantic Wharf Opening Reception Tuesday July 14, 5-7p Guest juror: Elizabeth Devlin, independent curator, art consultant, and founder of FLUX.Boston “Since their ancient formation by rising sea level, the Boston Harbor Islands have literally been on the edge of the continent, places where land meets sea. With the growth of Boston and its surrounding communities, the islands came to be unusual for […]

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