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Stilleven

Spring Bull Gallery | Newport, RI 02840​

 

Exhibit Dates: April 7 - April 30, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday April 7, 2018 5-7 pm
Gallery Night: Thursday April 12, 2018 5- 8 pm

In April, Spring Bull Gallery is proud to host an invitational exhibition of still-life paintings featuring works of twelve regional artists. The first still-life art was found on the walls of ancient Egyptian tombs and on ancient Greek vases. Its rebirth in art came in the 1500-1600’s with the Netherlandish paintings.  The term still-life is derived from the Dutch word stilleven. You are invited to join artists Donato Beauchaine, Judy Chaves, George Furbish, Lorraine Hynes, Diane L’Heureux, Laurie MacKenzie, Priscilla Malone, Johanna McKenzie, Marilyn Saabye, Jeanne Tangney and MaryAnn Tiroucchi at the opening of this exhibition on April 7th from 5-7 pm. The gallery will be open during Newport Gallery Night, April 12th from 5- 8 pm at which time you can come in a meet Spring Bull artists.

 

The show runs April 7 – April 30, 2018. Spring Bull Gallery is located at 55 Bellevue Avenue in Newport, Rhode Island and is wheelchair accessible.  We are open free to the public. Gallery hours are noon to 5 p.m. daily. For additional information on this exhibition, future gallery events or member artists please call the gallery at 401-849-9166 or visit the gallery on-line www.springbullgallery.com

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The Providence Dailey Dose

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‘The Edge Of Light’ At Providence Art Club

 

OCT 28, 2017 / by BETH COMERY / in ART

Artist Mary Jane Begin first came to my attention at the 2013 RISD Faculty Biennial when I was transfixed by her “Nautilus Hall” of the My Little Pony franchise. When
I saw that she was one of the artists included in the new group show at the Providence Art Club, “The Edge of Light,”I wondered how her vivid palette would integrate with that of other more conventional painters. Quite well as it turns out. Her landscapes look like nothing else in the room but the other artists are not all that conventional.

Ms. Begin, a RISD grad currently teaching in the Illustration Department, is exhibiting in the Maxwell Mays Gallery alongside Lorraine Hynes whose ‘oil on linen’ pieces really drew me in.