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Appetite

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I am delighted to invite you to see some of my new work and that of two friends, Catherine Bertulli and Patti Brady, in our pop up exhibition, Appetite, Thursday, May 4 through Sunday, May 6 at 10 Vine Street in Melrose, MA.
Patti Brady, Totem, acrylic on plexi, 50" x 30"

Catherine Bertulli, Bozzetti, industrial aluminum foil, 8.5' x 6' x 6'

Adria Arch, Spin, acrylic on canvas, 72" x 60"

Catherine and I have known each other since the 1980s and recently reconnected. Patti Brady, who lives in South Carolina, has been my boss in the Working Artist Program at GOLDEN Artist Colors since 2010. These women are kick-ass artists, and I am thrilled to be sharing this pop up experience with them.

We'd love to see you on opening night, Thursday May 4, from 6 to 9 for light refreshments and artist talks.

We are open daily from 3 to 7 pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 10 Vine Street, Melrose, MA.




Saturday, May 6, come see our panel discussion, Art, Sex, and Democracy, moderated by Mary M. Tinti, former curator at Fitchburg Museum of Art, and panelists Elisa Hamilton, Kledia Spiro, Silvia Chavez Lopez, Nayda Cuevas, and Kathleen Volp. These Boston based women each find inspiration in the social and political climate, and come to their practice using video, sculpture, painting, installation, and sound. We just have 40 seats, so reserve your spot now. Don't miss this timely discussion.

Sunday, May 7, participate in a hands on sculpture workshop with Catherine Bertulli. Learn how she makes her incredibly strong but light weight pieces using industrial aluminum foil. Foiled Again, the workshop, is free but we have just 12 spots, so reserve your spot now!

We're participating in ArtweekBoston.
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