The Boston Sculptors Catalog
We are pleased to announce the Boston Sculptors Catalog for 2004-2006, featuring a forward written by Nick Capasso, curator of the Decordova Museum. $20. Get your copy at the gallery or online from Lulu.com: http://www.lulu.com/content/178081
Boston Sculptors at the Boston Convention Center
The Art Program at The Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, located at 415 Summer Street, is very pleased to announce that works by seven members of the Boston Sculptors Gallery will be featured on Level Two; West Side Sculpture Gallery. <More>
We are open Tuesday Through Saturday 12p.m. - 6
p.m, except major holidays.
Validated parking is available behind the gallery.
We are wheelchair accessible via the parking lot & elevator at the rear of the gallery.
Receptions are the First Friday of every month,
5:00-8:00 p.m. Openings at other times will be listed at the top of the page.
We can be reached by callling 617-482-7781.
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Where else can you see the Boston Sculptors?
• Artist Robert Schelling cast seven bronze relief sculptures for the three gateways to Gold Star Mothers Park on Gore Street in East Cambridge. In the artist's words, his sculptures "celebrate forms that accompany us in the moment, that we all share in nature, culture, sports, and our daily lives." More info at the Cambridge Arts Council website.
A limited edition of do-it-yourself paper sculpture, featuring work by the 28 members of Boston Sculptors Gallery. <More>
• Kudos to Niho Kozuru for her inclusion in December's Sculpture Magazine in an article about Boston Public Art by Christina Lanzl.
• Congratulations to Laura Baring-Gould whose March 2006 BSG exhibition, Working for Passage, was listed as one of the Boston Globe's top gallery shows of 2006.
• Laura Evans is featured in Trashformations, a show which originated at our own Fuller Museum, and has now travelled to the Lancaster Museum of Art in Lancaster, PA
• Joseph Wheelwright also reports several recent large stone commissions underway for the Town of Carlisle, New England Biolabs in Ipswich, and a private commission (pictured) for a director of the DeCordova.
• A major exhibition of Wheelwright’s large tree figures, ranging to 30 feet tall, will open in the Spring of 2008 at Fruitlands Museum in Harvard, Massachusetts. For more information about the Fruitlands exhibition call: Maud Ayson at 978-456-3924.
• The Boston Sculptors Gallery was listed as one of 20 essential galleries to visit by the August installment of Air Tran's in flight magazine GO.