In early 2015, I became Kingston Gallery’s first director. An artist-run space, it was a particularly appropriate endeavor for me, as one of my favorite parts of my profession is working with and supporting visual artists. I’ll never forget the collective gaze of the twenty-five artist members during the final interview. It was intense, in aContinue reading “A Fond Farewell”
Jennifer Moses’ Elbow Room: An Interview in Images with Linda Leslie Brown Jennifer Moses’ quizzical, layered paintings are packed with physical and conceptual content. They also manage to pay homage, in ways both straightforward and sly, to a panoply of artists -some of whose work you may recognize below. Elbow Room, her show on viewContinue reading “ELBOW ROOM CHAT”
I collect and process farm and field material to create an inventory of pulp. The resulting work will be an expression of haute couture textiles, referencing my experience at Appleton Farms and our relationship to the land.
The stillness that she captures with her lens is a type of attention that magnifies what we see so that it seems as though she invented the textures, colors, and contours that shape her subjects.
This month at Kingston is all about the value of artists influencing and supporting each other. Our current exhibition, I Know Just What You’re Saying, is an all-members effort and a game of “telephone” made visual. While its concept opened selections up to chance and some improvisation, the final result is elegant and thought-provoking. It’s up untilContinue reading “Friendship and Creativity: Beauty Squared”
Like much of her work, these pieces possess remarkably rhythmic compositions that make the imagery seem to float, despite the elaborate imagery.
Color connections, form emulations, idea continuities, and intuitive responses fill the gallery with work
Greg Lookerse‘s solo exhibition, Everything is God to Me and Everything is Dust to Me, at Kingston Gallery from December 2-27, concluded his experience as the gallery’s Emerging Artist in 2015. His exhibition demonstrated a compelling balance of craftsmanship and philosophical inquiry. Inspired by books by Annie Dillard and Teilhard de Chardin, (find details on our website), Lookerse created aContinue reading “In Case You Missed It: Greg Lookerse”
Early on in the visit I noted Witkowski’s astute take on how others react to her art. She explained that her work often tends to evoke different stories from different people.
The second half of 2014 was as busy as the first for Kingston Gallery’s artists! We are happy to share what our artists have been up to: Ilona Anderson currently has work in Imaginal/Imagining The World (organized by Deborah Davidson, Suffolk University Gallery Director) at the Adams Gallery, Suffolk Law School. The exhibition runs throughContinue reading “Gallery Artists’ News”