<- ANGELA ALES (NOVEMBER 2021)

Bright

(January 2022)

Donna Howard

“Fearless”

Acrylic on Canvas

$350

Pamela Wamela

 

Artist Statement:

A visual artist and writer focused on connecting with and uplifting others. Wamala received her BFA from University of MA, Lowell.  Pamela’s offerings have been shown and collected widely.  She works as a full-time artist in her Gates Block Studio in Lowell, MA.  Wamala hosts visitors to her studio by appointment and is currently accepting commissions.

 

“Sailing Lessons from Zyg”

Acrylic Collage

37″ x 25″

$2,500

David Leblanc

 

“El”

Mixed-media Acrylic, Comic book collage

9″ x 12″

$300

Michelle Boll

 

Artist Statement:

My work is about those moments when light reveals what is beautiful about ordinary places and things. I am generally attracted to run-down buildings, alleys glimpsed in passing, or the way light caresses moldings on an old house. Somehow, in the spaces between light and shadow, I see reflections of the people who inhabit or built the structures: a hint of the human condition.

 

“The Tiffany Lamp” – SOLD

Acrylic on Linen

10″ x 10″

$400

Brooke Lambert

 

Contact:

Website: www.brookelambertartist.com

207-272-7730

“Intertwined”

Collagraph w/Gouache

24″x36″

$1,200

“Submergence”

Collagraph w/Gouache

36″x24″

$1,200

Dan Rocha

Emerald Sea”

Acrylic on Canvas

6″x6″

$125

Bya Blue”

Wood, Metal leaf, pigment, resin

33″

$825

The Straits”

Wood, Metal leaf, pigment, resin

12″x12″

$275

Ed Wojtaszek

 

Artist Statement:

Ed Wojtaszek is a street photographer, bicycle tourist, blogger, vlogger, and writer. His article “Street Photography” was published in the August 2021 issue of the Photographic Society of America Journal. You can find his photo blog and street portfolio at https://edeksphotos.com

Siesta”

Photo on Metal

9″x12″

$150

“At the Foot of Arenal Volcano”

Photo on Metal

12″x16″

$200

“Afternoon Boat Rental”

Photo on Metal

9″x12″

$150

Elizabeth Sheehan

 

Artist Statement:

Elizabeth finds an interesting parallel between the visual arts and the art of letters, particular that which involves poetry. She believes that both involve the use of ordinary images, ideas, that can be juxtaposed in such a way as to somehow become extraordinary. She found herself, as a poet who used words to convey imagery, wanting to create paintings with the same dreamlike quality by combining, fusing and balancing the conceptual with the traditional. It is her hope to create an inner land of mystery, and an opening of the pregnant silence of being where creativity, understanding, wisdom, empathy and celebration may dwell.

Contact:

201 Thorndike St. Unit 2-29 Lowell, MA 01852

Website:  www.lizsart.com

Email: elizabethsheehan1968@outlook.com

Tangled”

Acrylic on Canvas

20″x23″

$175

Rejoice”

Pastel on Paper

22″x18″

$145

All God’s Children Go To Heaven”

Acrylic on Canvas

22″x24″

$165

Cindy Kennely

 

Artist Statement:

My name is Cindy Kennelly and I adore felting.  Felting is the art of creating items out of raw wool.  As I create each felted piece,  there is always a moment when the wool fibers begin to connectand each time I feel this happen…it takes my breath away.

There’s No Place Like Home”

Dyed Lamb’s Wool, Wet felting

$300

Remembrance”

Dyed Lamb’s Wool, Wet felting

$160

Garden Glory”

Dyed Lamb’s Wool, Wet felting

$175

Debbie White

 

Artist Statement:

Debbie White Debbie White ““Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent.” –L. Wittgenstein, Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus Nevertheless, I will say this about the things that make me notice them: I don’t know why they do. I can point to them. But I can’t point to it. And trying to explain it contributes nothing; it’s a annoying sidekick; a distraction. Please leave. I will say this, too: I don’t create. I adjust. Sometimes it is almost ready to pull me in; it is just a little off; I don’t know how, but do know how, and I modify it: loosening a tie, removing tight shoes, readjusting a pillow, straightening a picture on a wall. Relief. Maybe someone else will notice it and then we can together not talk about it. Maybe no one else will even see it. Maybe it’s not their comfort, what they are looking for when they aren’t even looking. Probably isn’t. Or: I make mistakes and I then try to fix them. Everything is private…even when you announce it. And then it turns out to be ineffable. This work was done during the isolation of living through a pandemic: things in confined spaces. Sharing it seems futile.

I am Positive that is the way Home”

Mixed-media on wood panel

12″x12″

$175

The Recycling You Put Out Was Regular Trash”

Mixed-Media on wood panel

12″x12″

$175

You Forgot the Cat Food” – SOLD

Mixed-media on wood panel

11″x14″

$175

Dave Martsolf

 

Artist Statement:

I began painting in the surreal style in the 1970’s.  After then taking a 30-year break in the corporate world to sustain my family I retired several years ago and restarted my art career.  Today my works are brighter in tone and include abstracts and portraits in addition to complex surreal pieces. Art lovers can examine more of my work at my website, http://davemartsolf.com

 “Hoodoo Voodoo” 

Oil on Cavnas

24”x36”

$350

“Streamers”

Oil on Canvas

24”x18”

$150

 “Tossed Abstract with Cranberries” 

Oil on Gallery Wrapped Canvas

16”x20”

$150

Margarita Krylova

 

Artist Statement:

The focus of my work is the inevitable link between humans and the natural world. In my portraiture, nature is both the backdrop for the subject’s experience, as well as an expression of their internal state. Nature becomes a vehicle for soul searching – my subjects return to what makes life possible and connect with an entity that is infinitely more powerful and eternal than any individual and all of society. It is humbling, and perhaps calming, to realize that even at best of times, there is only so much in our control.

Contact:

Email: Margaritakrylova3@gmail.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/krylova_margarita_art/

617 939 7555

“My Friend Wendy” 

Acrylic ink on Gouache on Paper

18”x24”

$300

“Decipher Me”

Acrylic Ink on Gouache Paper

18”x24”

$300

“Double Sided”

Acrylic ink Gouache on Paper

18″x24″

$300

DONATED ART:

“Umbrellas” 

3D Painting

27”x55”

$400

Donated by Patricia Donahue to help Gallery Z reach their fundraising goals.

“Mermaid Quilt” 

Quilted and Painted

37”x45”

$500

Donated by Julie LeGere to help Gallery Z reach their fundraising goals.

“Love, Loss & Wisdome”

Carved Wood

15″x7″

$800

Donated by Sam Mynt to help Gallery Z reach their fundraising goals.

“Blue Vase”

Oil on Gallery Wrapped Canvas

24”x24”

$500

Donated by David Martsolf to help Gallery Z reach their fundraising goals.

“Purpose” – SOLD

Acrylic on Canvas

24″ x 24″

$400

Donated by Donna Howard to help Gallery Z reach their fundraising goals.

“Petals & Lace” – SOLD

Acrylic, Gouache on wood

20″x30″

$350

Donated by Brooke Lambert to help Gallery Z reach their fundraising goals.

“Painted Pony”

Oil on Wood panel

30″x42″

$250

Donated by Rachel Elmaleh to help Gallery Z reach their fundraising goals.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This