Thursday, August 10, 2017

COLOR ME IN


COLOR ME IN


Oil pantings by Mia Cross 

 Firehouse Center for the Arts 

 August 16 – September 10

Artist reception 

 Newburyport ArtWalk – Saturday, August 19, 1–3PM




The Red Baroness – Mia Cross


Color Me In - An exhibit of oil paintings by Mia Cross - featuring whimsical yet wistful portraiture composed from a mosaic of color swatches and patterns, and inspired by the artist’s love of vintage objects and clothing - is on view at the Institution for Savings Art Gallery at the historic Firehouse Center for the Arts.







PLUM ISLAND HORIZONS — Newburyport ArtWalk — August 19





AUGUST  16 – SEPTEMBER 17

OPENING RECEPTION — MEET THE ARTISTS

Saturday, August 19, 1 – 6 p.m. during Newburyport ArtWalk

Light refreshments will be served

25L Inn Street, Newburyport, MA


978-465-7656


By the fountain – down the stairs



Newburyport ArtWalk @ studio 8 gallery — August 19th, 11AM–6PM






Friday, August 4, 2017

ArtWalk at indigo Artist Studio – August 19


KEITH RENDALL
woodcuts — etchings

MARY POLLAK
monotypes — abstract landscapes — carborundum prints





Wednesday, August 2, 2017

SOLD!





By cosmic design, two of the paintings that have sold are now neighbors in the suburbs of Dallas in the great state of Texas!

DIVERGENCE

NOW – AUGUST 13



Wednesday, July 19, 2017


DIVERGENCE - SHOW EXTENDED

NOW – AUGUST 13


UNTITLED (Plum Island Inspiration #4) — by Paul Neverette
Oil on canvas – 8 X 10 — $325 



25L Inn Street

Newburyport, MA

greg@sweethavengallery.com  |  978-465-7656

Friday, June 23, 2017


DIVERGENCE 


We have a new piece in the show!




Oil on canvas – 9 x 12 — $1100

NOW – JULY 16

25L Inn Street, Newburyport, MA

978-465-7656

www.sweethavengallery.com

By the fountain – down the stairs


Tuesday, June 13, 2017

We Love Everything This Artist Does...You Will Too....@CSG



#CSG      #GordonPrzybyla      #AbstractExpressionism      #NbptArtWalk

😎

DIVERGENCE 


 Paul Neverette at Sweethaven Gallery




Art has been my most passionate endeavor since my early days studying graphic design at Greenfield Community College.
    I am not tethered to one particular style or medium, perhaps because of what may influence my approach on any given day. This influence comes from many sources such as, nature, music, relationships, other artists, weather and where I am in the world. I may bring out the palate knife, begin with a drawing, a wash of color or use just my fingers resulting in something figurative, a landscape, an abstract piece, a collage, or a mixture of all of the above. My inspiration is constantly evolving.
    My ultimate goal is to render a piece that is evocative and gives the viewer pause. In the end, I am trying to create something that is visually interesting, graceful and gratifying to my art soul.

JUNE 14 – JULY 16
OPENING RECEPTION — MEET THE ARTIST
Saturday, June 17, 1 – 6 p.m. during Newburyport ArtWalk
Light refreshments will be served

25L Inn Street, Newburyport, MA 
978-465-765
By the fountain – down the stairs

Friday, June 9, 2017



HELEN TORY


Helen Tory was born in Leichester, England. She studied at Parsons School of Design and worked with master printmakers including Donn Steward, Craig Zamiello, Piek Larson and Michael Mazur. She was co-founder and Assistant Director of Essex Art Center in Lawrence, MA until 2015. 
Printmaking, especially the unique print, monotype, is an endless exploration for me. There is an exciting sense of urgency as time is limited. I am drawn to the viscous inks rolled onto the metal plate. This surface can be wiped with cloth or drawn into with a spatula, pulling light and shape out of the background to create mood, texture, gesture and endless surprises. I relish the dense velvety blacks when printed onto paper using the etching press.
My aim is to capture a moment in nature and convey that to the viewer. While my interests are broad, having raised sheep for 25 years, they are one of my favorite subjects. I seek to express the sense of sheep, the feel, the touch, even the smell of them and prove that no two sheep are alike. They are individuals and have dignity and presence in a landscape I honor.“



Thursday, June 8, 2017



RUST & RECLAMATION





“Rust & Reclamation” - An exhibit of Photo Imagery by David Phoenix is on view at the Institution for Savings Art Gallery at the historic Firehouse Center for the Arts from 
24 May – 18 June 2017