Go Figure, Feb. 11 - Mar. 16, 2016
Yeah, You Missed It! April 17-18, 2015
Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts
Review in the Boston Globe
In the Clearing, Sept. 11-Oct. 12, 2013
Carol Schlosberg Alumni Gallery
Montserrat College of Art
Opening Reception: Mon. Sept. 15, 5-7pm
8-Hour Projects, Sept. 3-22, 2013
Bowman Penelec Megahan Galleries
Allegheny College, Meadville, PA
Work in Progress Day: Aug. 31, 9am-6pm
Studio Sessions: Andrea Sherrill Evans - Podcast Interview on Big Red and Shiny
Review of "locatingPLACE" in Artscope
locatingPLACE: 9 Propositions from the Boston Drawing Project, Nov. 8-Dec. 19, 2012
Nov. 8 - Dec. 19, 2012
Salve Regina University
100 Ochre Point Avenue
Newport, RI 02840-4192
Dorrance H. Hamilton Gallery, Antone Academic Center
(corner of Lawrence and Leroy avenues)
locatingPLACE features the work of nine innovative artists who use drawing, photography and digital media to explore relationships with the physical environment. These works on paper use the tools of marking, recording, mapping and measuring to extend the visual language of landscape often within a conceptual framework. Joseph Carroll, director of Carroll and Sons, Boston and the Boston Drawing Project organized this group exhibition.
Tues/Thurs, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Wed/Fri, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sat/Sun, noon to 4 p.m.
Time Flies: 2 Years at Drive-By, May 31 - Aug. 25, 2012
Time Flies: 2 Years at Drive-By
May 31 - August 25, 2012
Opening Reception: Thur. May 31, 6 - 8pm
81 Spring Street
Open Thursdays 12 - 4pm and by appointment.
Portraits, Drive-By, March 1 - April 7, 2012
Review of "Boston Does Boston V" at Proof Gallery by Cate McQuaid
2012 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship in Drawing
land/marks, McGladrey Art Gallery at Bentley University, Feb. 7-April 8, 2012
Boston Does Boston V, Proof Gallery, Jan. 21-Feb. 25, 2012
Boston Does Boston V
Andrea Sherrill Evans, Faith Johnson, Maria Molteni, Jennifer Moses, Susan Scott, and Alice Vogler
Jan. 21 - Feb. 25, 2012
Opening reception: Sat. Jan. 21, 6-8pm
The Distillery, 516 E. 2nd Street, South Boston, MA 02127
Hours: Thur, Fri, & Sat 12-5pm, and by appointment
Declaring Independence at Eric Fischl Gallery at Phoenix College, Phoenix, AZ Oct. 3-27, 2011
Phoenix Institute of Contemporary Art (phICA)
at Eric Fischl Gallery at Phoenix College, Phoenix, Arizona USA.
Curator: Ted G. Decker.
October 3-27, 2011
Opening reception: Oct. 3, 2011 5:30-7:00pm
Time Body Space Objects, Proof Gallery, Sept. 10, 2011
Time, body, space, objects
September 10, 2011 – 10am-10pm
The Distillery, 516 E. 2nd Street, South Boston, MA 02127
12 artists have been invited to participate.
Each artist choose one hour – randomly, out of a hat.
There will be no clean up or set up time, one hour will transition into the next. Each artist must leave the space empty at the end of his or her hour.
The theme is commitment.
There will be no remnants left behind.
Performance art all day.
Ian Deleon, Joanne Rice, Chuck Chaney, Andrea Evans, Kirk Amaral Snow, Phil Fryer, Sarah Hill, Quinn Dukes McDivitt, Joe Joe Orangias, Dirk Adams, Faith Johnson, and Garett Yahn.
AKATBA at the Jewett Art Gallery, Wellesley College Aug. 22-Sept. 18, 2011
New Studio Art Faculty Exhibition
Andrea Sherrill Evans, David Kelley, Heddi Siebel
Opening Reception: Sept. 1, 4-6pm
Gallery Hours: Daily 12-5pm
The Jewett Art Gallery is located in the Jewett Arts Center at
106 Central Street
Wellesley, MA, 02481
Link to AKATBA at the Jewett Art Gallery
Close Encounters at MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams, MA Mar. 31 - April 24, 2011
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts' (MCLA) Gallery 51 announces the opening of Close Encounters on Thursday, March 31. The exhibit, which runs through April 24, will feature mixed media artwork including photography, painting, sculpture and video, with each piece exploring how people interact with each other and the world around the through emotional, physical, or even spiritual means.
"Close Encounters" includes the work of 30 regional and national artists, who will address topics such as anxiety, comfort, bliss, the power of relationships, solitude and sensory engagement. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, March 31, 5-7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
Intimacy at ARC Gallery Chicago, IL Feb. 1-26, 2011
INTIMACY--- a national and international exhibition juried by Andrea Green, Director of the Visiting Artists Program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
The selected works on view at ARC Gallery embody notions of intimacy exemplified through formal and conceptual approaches. The relationship between creator and the object, individual and the locale, and the lingering space between our innermost thoughts and outward expressions are explored. Scale, execution, and the innate qualities of chosen materials evoke a visceral response and solicit a contemplative pause. The contexts of the works convey social, personal, environmental, humorous, political, or even disturbing situations. These settings enable the pieces to provide new and sometimes unexpected ways of thinking about and experiencing intimacy.
Beyond Purview at the New Art Center, Newton, MA Sept. 20 - Oct. 22, 2010
Sept. 20 - Oct. 22, 2010
Opening Reception: Friday, Sept. 24, 6-8pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, Oct. 16, 2pm
New Art Center
61 Washington Park
Newtonville, MA 02460
Beyond Purview is a group exhibition curated by Ashley Billingsley, featuring drawing, painting, sculpture, video, and installation works. Through these media, the artists investigate altered landscapes: both physical places and psychological ideas. By exploring our physical world, the artists are inspired to question what is and what we actually know of it. Participating artists are Ashley Billingsley, Andrea Evans, James Horgan, Liz Nofziger, Daniel Phillips, Daniela Rivera, and Gina Siepel.
Recent Exhibitions and Performances:
"Boomtown: Redefining the Southwest"
Group exhibition juried by Alex Clauss
Gallery 100 at Arizona State University
Feb. 1 - 12, 2010
Opening reception: Tuesday, Feb. 2, 6-8pm
Boomtown: Redefining the Southwest is both an acknowledgment of, and direct opponent to, what is commonly identified as 'traditional' southwestern art. Images of cowboys and coyotes were at one time relevant to the Phoenix area, but in the 21st century, these are few and far between. Using Gallery 100 as a vehicle for communication, a select group of artists' works will express new ideas and viewpoints on southwestern art. This exhibition is an homage to the artistic boomtown that is the American Southwest.
Gallery 100 is at Mill and University on Arizona State University's main campus in Tempe.
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Works In Progress @ Mobius
WORKS IN PROGRESS
is an opportunity for artists to informally present developing work in a public format, and engage in a dialogue with the audience.
Jan 15-30, 2010
725 Harrison Ave., Suite One
Boston, MA 02118
Friday, Jan. 15
Rachael Katz, Katie Nadworny, and Allison Vanouse
Time Zones Theatre Company, (Joanna Spinks, Ethan Seeley, Jacob Kincheloe, Michael Nason, Annie Mayo, Billy Middlemiss and Timothy Fairley)
Saturday, Jan. 16
Kirk Amaral Snow
Friday, Jan. 29
Laura Fortune and Carla Stangenberg
Saturday, Jan. 30
Ellen Godena and Liz Roncka
Eric Scott Nelson
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