Feb 21, 2020

Roy Wood's Wire World



 


Pencil, Thread, and Paint: New Works by Flying Shuttles Studio


The Gallery at Central Congregational Church
Upcoming Exhibit

Pencil, Thread, and Paint
New Works by Flying Shuttles Studio
Artist Reception March 6th, 5pm-7pm

March 5th-March 31st, 2020Gallery Hours:
M-F 9:30am-4:30pm

296 South Angell St., Providence, RI
(please side entrance on Diman Place to access the Gallery)

Dec 10, 2019

Buy local at the JAC


The Jamestown Arts Center (JAC) celebrates the holidays with the work of artists & artisans during our 2019 Holiday Arts Market on Friday, December 13th from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, December 14th from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. The majority of participating vendors live and work in Rhode Island, making the Holiday Arts Market the perfect opportunity to support your local arts community. Over 35 artists, designers and craftspeople have been selected to sell their high quality and unique work at this year's market. Items for sale include: ceramics, paintings, glass, jewelry, clothing, prints, and more. There is no fee for attending the Holiday Arts Market. 

List of participating vendors:
YANA
Froth'n Bubble
Luke Randall
Julie Munafo
Anna McNeary Studio 

Saltwater Studio
PortLeFrej
Jillian Barber Studio
Nod to Nanna
The Elaine Porter Collection 

Aspen & Salt
Pike Powers
Didi Suydam

Legends of OM 
Zuerner Design
Clancy Designs
Looking Upwards, Inc. 

Steven Lubecki Designs 
Sweet Flowers Organics 
Red Chair Studio Clay
Flying Shuttles 
Cottrell Farm 
Peter Elsworth 
Keen Bee Honey 
Teddy Trocki-Ryba 
Seamus Hames 
Casey Weibust J
Jon Baylor
Andy Hunter
Quinn Pottery
Judy Knight
Susan Gorelick 

Christie Work
Susan Schaffer A

Ashley Smith
Kelly McDermott 

Joanna Grocott 
Christian Potter Drury 


Nov 20, 2019

Holiday Open Studio


Annual Holiday Open Studio
Flying Shuttles Studio
Thursday, December 5th
11am-6pm
Fine Art & Craft
Sale Items and Specials
Weaving Demonstrations
  Meet the Artists

250 Main St., Pawtucket, RI


Oct 14, 2019

Fine Furnishings Show

Cordially Invited II Digital Exhibit




Make Studio is excited to bring back Cordially Invited, our invitational exhibition and showcase of artists working at progressive studios. This year's celebration is bigger and better as it’s part of our extended 10th anniversary celebration.


Although Make Studio is a unique program in Baltimore, it’s one of several dozen progressive studios (also known as "art centers for persons with disabilities") in the world. In contrast to other programs serving people with disabilities, "the progressive art studio instead strives to allows artists to create complex, long-term, high value works of fine art. Rather than attempting to simplify tasks that are counterintuitive to an individual, the progressive art studio strives to empower one to become productive using the working practices that are intuitive to them already - an acceptance model, rather than an assimilation model" (Ortiz & Donahue, 2014-2018). The art produced in studios likes ours is often unexpected, and exciting and thought-provoking for that reason, and invites the art-loving public to better appreciate our neuro-diverse world. 

For 2019, along with this central exhibition in our gallery, Cordially Invited includes a satellite of "pop-up" displays in partnering venues around Baltimore, and a digital gallery, which you can explore right here.


CORDIALLY INVITED EVENTS AT MAKE STUDIO:


OCT 4 • 5-8PM

Opening Reception & Panel Discussion/Artist Talks

OCT 12 • 11AM-1PM
"You Are Invited":
Mixed Media Workshop during School 33's Open Studio Tour

OCT 31 • 5-7PM
Art Tricks & Treats Workshop during Hampden Halloweenfest

All events are free and open to the public.


Stay tuned on details by also visiting:


For art purchase inquiries, please contact Make Studio.

Aug 29, 2019

On The Wall in The Hall

  

Recent Works by Robert Douglas

I like to make my pictures look nice. I like to keep myself busy. I like to paint boats in the water. I like to make big waves hitting the boat.
 
First, I look at books to see which picture I like best. Next, I draw out my picture with pencil. If it is a boat picture I start with the boat then the water, and then the sky and clouds last.
 
I like to use acrylic paint. I like choosing colors to paint. Painting makes me feel thrilled.

 



Jul 15, 2019

Art Connection - RI Summer Exhibit


Join Flying Shuttles artists:  Paul Almeida, Brenda Wilkinson, Nancy McParlin and Alfred Smith this Thursday for a Gallery Night Reception at The URI Providence Art Gallery.