3.3 min readBy Published On: July 10th, 2013Categories: Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyle0 Comments

July 2013

July art round up! Lots of great shows to see in July! Most are in walking distance of each other to boot.

In 02127

At the Distillery:  Watch the artists at work during the month of July!

SLUMMER CAMP @ The Distillery
516 E 2nd Street, South Boston 02127
 
Slummer Camp is a collaborative adventure in painting and sculpture which will showcase KDONZ’s gross creativity, MRNVR’s bright fantasy-based illustration and Adam O’Day’s high energy backgrounds.

This summer in the Distillery Gallery, three artists will use the gallery as studio from Monday, July 8th – Wednesday, July 31st. The artists plan to come up with three large collaborative pieces that will be on view–along with smaller paintings, drawings, and sculptures by each artist–starting Friday August 2nd. During the month of July we will be updating the gallery Twitter and Facebook pages with images of the continuous progress made on the work being created so, be sure to check in and to what these talented artists come up with.

Opening Reception,
Friday August 2nd from 6-9pm
When three artists camp out in The Distillery Gallery, anything could happen.

Two exhibitions not to be missed in 02127 are up and running til the end of August:  Guy Yanai- Lived &  Laughed & Loved & Left at LaMontange and at Medicine Wheel’s Spoke Gallery the Annual 02127/02210 show of work by artists from both zip codes of South Boston.

More info on those shows:  https://caughtinsouthie.com/got-art-june-0

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In 02210

Four shows open in July!

Three of which are at Channel Center- Sylvia Stagg-Giuliano’s photographs of Cuba at Made in Fort Point, Ann Marie Scott’s seascapes at 35 Channel Center, and Summer at Large, a group show at Midway Studios Gallery. The fourth is at the Atlantic Wharf Gallery on Congress Street.

1) Made in Fort Point -Featured Artist: Sylvia Stagg-Giuliano- Cuba X1  at 30 Channe1 Center Street

 Sylvia Stagg-Giuliano- Cuba X1

Made in Fort Point features Cuba X1, photographs of Sylvia Stagg-Giuliano, for the month of July. Utilizing official and informal avenues of access, unconstrained by the customary government-sanctioned itinerary, Sylvia spent many weeks photographing daily life, from the fading grandeur of Havana to dirt-poor pig farms in the hinterlands.

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2) Ann Marie Scott’s seascapes at 35 Channel Center Street

By the sea, by the beautiful sea – paintings by Ann Marie Scott
Seascapes by Ann Marie Scott are on display at 35 Channel Center Street through mid September. These exhibitions are part of FPAC’s ongoing art lending program with our neighbors 35 Channel Center.

Show runs til September

The work is viewable by appointment, contact [email protected]

More info about the artists and the exhibition: http://www.fortpointarts.org/exhibitions/channel-center-art-lending-program/

3) Summer at Large, a group show at Midway Studios Gallery
15 Channel Center Street

Midway Studios Gallery presents: Summer At Large. The show explores summer with its saturation of bright colors, nature blooming and people engaging in outdoor activities.  Participating artists:  Mario Avila, Nikolay Cherny, Dawna Davis, Karen McFeaters, Kevin L. O’Brien, Christine Vaillancourt and Tom Wojciechowski.

Show runs til July 31st
 

4) ROAD TRIP
A group show of FPAC member artists working in all media inspired by road trips, actual or imagined.
Atlantic Wharf Gallery
290 Congress Street
 
 Opening Reception Thursday July 18th, 5-730pm
 
July 1, 2013 –  September 21, 2013
open daily 7am-10pm
 
Works in all media which are reflections of real or imagined road trips.
Artists: Daniel van Ackere, Barry Cornin, Leslie Feagley, Elisa Hamilton, Peter Harris, Ian Kennelly, Lisa Knox, Karen McFeaters, Stephen Sheffield, Heather Meri Stewart, Ryuji Suzuki, Tom Wojciechowski, Jennifer Wood, Martin Yeeles
Special thanks to guest juror: Beth Kantrowitz

Kathleen Bitetti is a practicing visual artist, a curator/art administrator and a public policy and advocacy expert based in South Boston. www.kathleenbitetti.com

Image: Color Photograph by Sylvia Stagg-Giuliano