What a wonderful evening of learning, fun, and business-for-artists conversation. Thank you Michelle Baker for presenting with us. For those of you wondering what Rockin' Chalk is, take a look at Michelle's website http://rockinchalk.com/?v=7516fd43adaa.
ART UP FRONT STREET studios and gallery believes creativity and community are the essence of happiness and personal growth. When we work together to share ideas, build our businesses, or teach others, we create a TON of good energy.... and art. Do you have a question? We would love to hear from you.
Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Ready for color? We are, too. But until the buds are plentiful, take a few moments here with Corrine Gilman, Gaby Grossman, Rose Bryant, Dawn Amey, Ree Katrak, Anne Kenny, Jeff Whittum, Laura Harper, Natasha Stoppel, Deb Wheeler-Bean, Dale Atkins.
Posted by Rose at 7:56 PM
If you missed the last session, don't be dismayed.
Deb has another session of 4 nights starting April 3.
Such fun. We loved seeing the process! For more info to sign up for April click this pic
Take a look at last session's process of printmaking, and contact Deb... . Such a friendly series.
For more pictures of happenings at Art Up Front street be sure an follow us on Instagram. Happy spring creativity, everyone!
Posted by Rose at 7:38 PM
Coming soon... Look for our card in your mailbox by April 1st. NO joke! We have been polishing the silver getting ready for you :-)...
We have 9 (yes, 9) artist studios... and 2 guest artists for the show. Our space continues to improve... 2500 square feet of fun stuff to make you happy.
You WILL find LARGE and small here for the open studios. You will find prints and cards. And you will see some sweet little things that will make you go "awww....".
Join us May 4 and 5.... first weekend in May.
Posted by Rose at 7:08 PM
Sunday, March 3, 2019
Announcing a shift in our usual weekend for open studios here at Art Up Front Street... We've moved up! Mark your calendar for Saturday and Sunday, May 4+5, from 10 to 4 each day. We are now having our biggest spring event the first weekend in May (not Mother's Day weekend as in years past). Can't wait to see you... tell a friend.
Posted by Rose at 5:52 PM
Saturday, March 2, 2019
This day is the perfect day to show you more of Ree Katrak's work... a beautifully snowy day to enjoy soft playful color. As the snow falls, we take a moment to "pull in" and appreciate what surrounds us.
field of orange
as i see it
starting the process: mixed media
Posted by Rose at 11:32 AM
Friday, March 1, 2019
Join us.Thursday nite, March 14. 6-8:30.
Bring your materials and your surface. We have tables and chairs.
The model this evening is male.
Short poses progressing to longer poses.
Artists bring any medium preferred... pencil, charcoal, water color, and acrylic.... so whatever you enjoy, please, bring!
Parking is on the street AND in the very back left side parking lot.
Entry is in the back on the left side of the building. (If arriving after 6pm, please enter the front gallery door).
Respond by email to sign up. firstname.lastname@example.org
Space is limited to 10 people.
We have tea and other bevs... plus a few apps.
See you soon...
Posted by Rose at 2:45 PM
Thursday, February 21, 2019
SPHERES and LINES" Abstract Exhibit
by Rose Bryant
Opening Reception: Friday, February 22, 4pm to 9pm.
Runs thru March 16
Runs thru March 16
"Spheres & Lines" exhibit by Rose Bryant explores abstract shapes and bold color.
Bryant's vivid color has always alluded to harmony and energy.
In this series she explores her color in themes of circles, orbs, spheres, lines and soft straight edges.
Featured in this exhibit are larger formats, such as 24x24" to 40x40", plus combinations of other sizes.
Much of Rose's abstract work in this series is reminiscent of landscape, space, and sky ... remaining largely untitled to allow the viewer's interpretation to form freely.
All artist studios will be open. Browse the building...
Apps and bevs 4-7, desserts 7-9.
(EXHIBIT RUNS THROUGH MARCH 16)
Art Up Front Street, 120 Front Street, Exeter, NH is
in Uptown Exeter near the tracks.
The storefront street-side gallery is easily accessible.
Free parking is available on the street.
Contact the gallery by phone 603-418-6286 or email email@example.com.
BE SURE & SHARE THIS INVITATION WITH OTHER COLOR LOVERS...
see you soon
Posted by Rose at 9:41 AM
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
More color and whimsy...abstract human forms, clouds, hearts.
Hand-dyed, hand-stitched, hand-painted "stitched expressions" by Corrine Gilman make us smile.
We are so happy she has joined us at the studio and look forward to being surrounded by her energy.
" My work revolves around the communication of abstract and offbeat impressions. Raw hand stitch on vintage and found textiles imparts a textural image of place. Mixed media collage and painting maps out the landscape. By listening to the whispers in nature and the forces of the unseen and mystery, I try and translate these communications through my work.
Be sure and take a look at Corrine's website.... fun stuff!
Posted by Rose at 7:24 PM
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Every now and then we need a "family photo"... so this seems like a great time. A little review of some of the work created by the artists here. Thanks for looking. Happy arting ....
Dawn Amey studio 5
Deb Wheeler-Bean studio 4
Gaby Grossman studio 1
Laura Harper-Lake studio 3
Natasha Stoppel studio 7
Ree Katrak studio 6
Rose Bryant back studio
Posted by Rose at 9:39 PM
Ree Katrak has a rich history of art-making and art involvements. We are thrilled she is joining us at Art Up Front Street. Her work is adventurous, fresh, and abstract. Her enthusiasm is genuine. We love her good energy ... and her art .... and look forward to working with her. Welcome, Ree!
POINT OF VIEW
My work is an affirmation—or expression—of my own curiosity and delight in looking and seeing.
Looking at a landscape, an arrangement of objects and, not only interpreting what is seen, but also experiencing the moment of seeing: "Oh, that’s there—ah, ha!"
Not what it means, but simply the experience of it.
For me, art is about being awake, remembering you are alive. It is a celebration of all of one’s experiences—the dark times and the bright times; when we feel suffering, and when we feel liberation.
—REE HALL KATRAK
Posted by Rose at 8:50 PM