So much to see in the South End Arts District this month. Come back more than once!
Speaking Volumes (next to Myer’s Bagels at 377 Pine Street) presents Pamela Stafford’s oil portraits that emphasize the enigmas of her subjects through objectively surreal landscapes bordering on the dreamscape and Katherine Plante’s oil paintings.
Amanda Vella’s “What Happens” are paintings inspired by a visual experience, painted from life, but not meant to copy a scene onto canvas at Dostie Bros. Frame Shop.
The Soda Plant: At S.P.A.C.E. and The Backspace is an exhibit of 50 original paintings and collages by Adam DeVarney, “And Then the Weather Changed”. Jackie Mangione, in her second floor studio, is featuring collage this month with the cereal box collages of New York artist Michael Albert. Brickels Studio Gallery offers Justin Lander’s “Disposable Landscapes”…only $8 each!
Vintage Inspired Lifestyle Marketplace has Jordan Douglas’ “(Re)memberings”: Re-imagined historical archive photos, hand tinted in sepia and Axel Stohlberg’s “Little Stories”: Assemblage art from found objects.
“That Was So 19 Seconds Ago” is mumurations, abstractions, natural highs–recent paintings by Roger Coleman at FLYNNDOG.
At Pine Street Deli, James Marc Leas presents a series of abstract oil paintings.
RL Photo has the latest contestants from the March Creative Competition.
In the Unsworth Block, Speeder & Earl’s has “New Work” by Mary Hill. Doug Hoppes’ “Landscapes with a Twist” is on view at SEABA Center. And Davis Studio Gallery has Miriam Thompson’s “Interaction” (monochrome acrylic on oil panel).
Burlington City Arts curates the work at The Maltex Building. In March, work by Annemie Curlin – oil paintings, aerial landscapes; Charlie Hunter – monochromatic oil paintings; Carolyn Enz Hack – paper and mixed media; Leah Van Rees – oil paintings; Judy Laliberte – mixed media works on paper; Jeff Clarke – black-and-white photographs; Steven Chase – acrylic paintings; Melvin Harris – digital giclée prints; Axel Stohlberg – sculptures.