So much to see in the South End Arts District this month. Come back more than once!
“Explorations”: Christ the King School and Parish staff present their artistic works. A range of 2-D mediums including painting and photography shows the diversity of staff personalities, interests and experiences.
The Soda Plant: Get ready for “Stormy Weather” at S.P.A.C.E. and “Build a Satellite!” (through March 16th) at The Backspace, in preparation for the opening of Satellite at 660 Pine Street. Make an appointment to see Aaron Stein’s Revival Studio: Garage Gallery and his license plate artwork. John Brickels has his latest sculptural creations on display at Brickels Studio Gallery. The “Large Works” show (no work is shorter than 36″ on its shortest side) contineus in the Soda Plant Hallways.
In the Howard Block, Alchemy Jewelry Arts Gallery presents the work 4 independent designer-goldsmiths: Timothy Grannis, Jane Frank, Connie Coleman, and Marie-Josee Lamarche. In the same building, wingspan Painting Studio is a multifaceted atelier rendering faux finishes, custom murals, and commissioned fine art. Artist Carol Norton opens her studio, Studio D-3, by appointment.
Speaking Volumes (next to Myer’s Bagels at 377 Pine Street) is showing selections from their permanent collection.
Dostie Bros. Frame Shop features artwork in various genres, along with reproductions.
SEABA curates the work at The Innovation Center at 128 Lakeside Avenue, featuring work by Marc Awodey, Paige Berg Rizvi, Tom Baginski, Lorraine Manley, Ruth Hamilton, Will Patlove, Che Schreiner, and David Powell.
At Pine Street Deli, SEABA has curated the work of Willow Bascom, who presents her unique artistic vision, “World Folk Art”.
Studio 266: From March 16-30, see “Contemplations” by Johanne Durocher Yordan, each work defines an event or a status in her own life, with circles being the main characters to represent that change and constant evolution.
Johanne Durocher Yordan is also showing her work at VCAM/RETN Art Space, curated by SEABA.
At Vintage Inspired Lifestyle Marketplace, Catherine Hall’s “Recycled/Reborn” (image above) presents a selection of plaster, wax and mixed media faces and figures created from discarded dolls and stuffed animals found at local recycling centers.
RL Photo has the results of March’s Creative Comp. And at the east end of the building, The HAVOC Gallery shows the work of sculptor Bruce R. MacDonald and as well as Gordon Auchincloss and George Peterson as part of the “Light Snow” show.
In the Unsworth Block, Speeder & Earl’s presents Wendy James’ unique paintings of “the usual in an unusual way”. SEABA Gallery has “geometric forms in organic configurations scanned in a series of natural forms including plants, tree branches and stones, manipulated and multiplied them in the computer and laser cut them into two dimensional and three dimensional compositions and objects” by Karol Kawiaka.
Out back, the ArtsRiot shows “Jazz Design: Dave Sellars on Process” continues in March.
Burlington City Arts curates the work at The Maltex Building, showing through April work by Jaques Burke, Marie LaPré Grabon, Maria Anghelache, Elizabeth Nelson, Kristen Watson, Erica Lawlor Schmidt, Leslie McCool, Alan Arnold, and Janet Van Fleet.