(EAST BOSTON, March 20, 2015) The fifteenth annual East Boston Open Studios will be held on Saturday April 25th from noon to 6pm and on Sunday April 26th from noon to 4pm. Over thirty artist studios and the Atlantic Works Gallery exhibit entitled “Metaphors & Metamorphoses”, featuring artwork by Leigh Hall and Suzanne Mercury, will be open at the Atlantic Works artist building at 80 Border Street.
You are invited to tour the artist’s building and talk to the artists, see them at work and learn about art. Original artwork including jewelry, sculpture, figurative and abstract painting, pottery, drawings and photography will be for sale in all price ranges.
Participating Open Studios artists in the Atlantic Works building include; Cindy Bishop, Colette Bresilla, Elsa Campbell, Domenic Chavez, Chris Chou, Nick Costopoulos, Darlene DeVita, Rick Dorff, Jessica Dunegan, Jason Fitz-Gerald, Dennis Fox, Kevin Frances, Jesse Kahn, Kim Kent, Maureen Kirra, Jaime Min, Diane Modica, Liz Nofzinger, Maureen O’Connor, Moni Oolyonghai, Jane O’Reilly, Al Ragone, Juliann Rubijono, June Krinsky Rudder, Sarah Rushford, Anna Salmeron, Carmen Sasso, Loretta Shoemaker, Larry Volk, Jaye Woodstock and Neil Wyatt.
During Open Studios weekend you can also sample artwork, music and performances at these other neighborhood locations: ZUMIX at 260 Sumner Street, Harbor Arts @ the Shipyard at 256 Marginal Street and Papusa Mania at 30 Bremen Street (open Sunday only).
If you have not yet discovered East Boston, you are in for a treat. The Boston Writer blog says “…East Boston is an easy point of access to downtown Boston, a community of vibrant businesses, tasty restaurants, a thriving arts scene, and gorgeous parks“. East Boston Open Studios is organized by the East Boston Artists Group, a volunteer organization made up of artists living and working in East Boston. The group sponsors arts events throughout the East Boston neighborhood including an Open House and Holiday Sale in December. The Open Studios event is supported by a grant from the East Boston Foundation with administrative support from ZUMIX. Come see what makes East Boston shine: the art, the people, and the vitality of life on Boston Harbor.
The Atlantic Works building is a quick 5-minute walk from the Maverick Station on the Blue Line. If driving, there is plenty of free on-street parking.
For more information and directions, visit our website at www.eastbostonartists.org.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on Facebook @East Boston Artists Group or on Twitter @eastbostonart.