This is a listing of the art shows and events
Breslin Fine Arts curated
at our gallery at 187 Main Street in East Greenwich, RI.
The gallery is closed,
but we will continue to provide
the artists we serve with opportunites
to show at quality
venues in the USA and internationally.
Waste (Not), Want
experiment in improvisation and collaborative
art making, orchestrated by Sanda Aarons Krupp.
Unveiling will be held
Friday, September 19 at 6PM
windows will be curtained for
the five days prior to the public opening while six artists
create the installation.
Artists Carol Gjelsvik, Patience Peck, Lillian Dilluvio,
Kathy Tierney and Sandra Krupp will use recyclables and
The public is invited
to visit with the artists and be among the first to view the
Exhibit runs September 19 - 27 Gallery
hours are Wednesday through Saturday from
noon to 6 pm.
A Printmaker's Season
serigraphs by Dore Page
May 16-June 10
original prints and paintings
from the collection of Rev. Bill Comeau, founder of Inspired
Images, a non-profit
foundation created to share Corita's
vision with new generations.
12- May 10
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Grace Bentley-Scheck, Sally Caswell, Nancy Gaucher-Thomas,
Barbara Green, Joan Hausrath, Bill Heydt, Merle Mainelli Poulton,
Mara Metcalf, Sally Neeld,
Sylvia Petrie, Howard Rubenstein, Patricia Schreiber , Hiroko
Shikashio, Kristin S. Street,
Marion Wilner, & CC. Wolf.
for more info, visit www.nineteenonpaper.com
Fine Arts to Exhibit
"Diversity in Paper"
Members of 19 on
The public is invited
to an artists' reception on Thursday, October
4 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. "Diversity in Paper" brings
together sixteen artists statewide
in an exhibit that highlights a diversity of approaches to
works on paper. Not only are different
media and techniques pursued, but also a variety of imagery,
from realism to non-objective
abstraction. The artists of Nineteen on Paper have been exhibited
worldwide in galleries and
museums internationally, with several having been published
in a variety of media. Nineteen
on Paper is pleased to be invited to exhibit at Breslin Fine Arts.
October 3rd thru October 27th
WWI & WWII Posters
of the Varnum Armory
East Greenwich, RI
Sale ran July 1-14, 2007. Proceeds raised
for the building fund, and
to restore a WWI brass cannon.
& Relief Prints
by Dore Page
3 - 31, 2007
January 12 - 29, 2007
There's Never Enough
Made In America
artist Leander D'Ambrosia's abstract
bursting with color, vibrancy, and positive energy.
painting is an inner-self
portract and reflection of the artist's conscience.
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