Floral, bird and botanical themed artwork that celebrate nature’s rebirth after the winter months. Sculpture, ceramics, textiles, paintings, printmaking, photography, assemblage, and collage/mixed media.
The BGA is pleased to announce that Lauren Meier, Landscape Architect, Botanical Artist, and Editor of the Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted. will serve as Spring Awakening’s Guest Juror.
Opening Wine Reception: Fri., April 12, 6:00 to 8:30pm
Gallery Talk with Lauren Meier: Sat., April 13, 10am to 12noon
“The Legacy of Frederick Law Olmsted”
Coffee and Light Sweets
Recent work in acrylic painting and fused glass by brother and sister team Richard Hill and Sue Hill Simms.
Please join us for the reception on June 9. Lemonade, virgin sangria, light refreshments and sweets will be served.
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Don’t wait, seating is LIMITED. Recommended for all ages, 10 to 99+. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. $25 per person, entry is not refundable.
Introducing the BGA’s Art Funshops!” There is enough work in life, give yourself a break and sign up for one of our April 27-28 Art Funshops! Whether you are a kid or a kid at heart, we all crave some quiet fun and magic at times. This is your opportunity to play, let your imagination loose, and create something unique and personal for you or someone you love. A call out to all Residents, art novices and experienced alike. Put your life on “Pause” and escape from the ordinary for three hours of guilt-free magic. Provided in each Art Funshop: * All the raw materials and tools you can dream of * Snacks, beverages and music (how else would you create?) * A supportive, judgement-free environment and onsite help if you get stuck Sign up now by clicking on this link.
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BAA Member Erika Hartweig will present her work and discuss her art-making techniques and inspirations.
WHEN: Feb. 7, 2019, 7 to 9pm
WHERE: Belmont Gallery of Art
Artists Kirsten Reynolds, Jeanne Arthur, Nedret Andre and Susie White will talk about their work at the Belmont Gallery of Art with guest speaker A. Melissa Venator, the
Stefan Engelhorn Curatorial Fellow in the Busch-Reisinger Museum at Harvard, who will open with a brief talk about the foundations of Abstract Art in the early 20th century.
Snacks and drinks provided.
As part of its “Rhythm and Hues: Art Inspired by Music” exhibit (now through Oct. 12), the Belmont Gallery of Art (BGA) presents a special gallery talk and performance “Words and Music” with artist Woody Giessman at 7 p.m. on Oct. 4.
Giessman, the special featured artist in “Rhythm & Hues” is the former drummer for the Del Fuegos, founder of Right Turn Recovery and survivor of a near-fatal brain aneurysm two years ago. Woody will talk about his life and work, art-making techniques and inspiration–while also treating attendees to a live music performance. The event is free and open to the public. Cider and sweets will be served.
Questions about “Words and Music”: please contact Rebecca Richards at email@example.com.
Belmont native and now notable Cleveland-based artist/musician Matt Gallagher returns to Belmont with a solo show at the BGA. Gallagher’s Research and Development exhibit will feature over thirty unique paintings and sculptural pieces.
Special Film Screening
Sunday, March 3, 2pm
Belmont Gallery of Art
Now through February 28, 2019
Paola Bidinelli, Becky Holmes-Farley, Tamblyn Gawley, Marv Goldschmitt, Tony Kastor, Susan Kottler, John Norton, Adine Storer
Holiday Art Show and Sale Mark Your Calendar: 2 Weekends in December Hours Mon., Thurs., and Fri. 10am-7pm Sat. 10am-5pm Sun. 12 noon-5pm Special Guests: Dec. 7-9 the Artists of Indigo Fire Pottery Studio Pottery Exhibit Sale • One Weekend Only Duration of Exhibit: December 7-9 and 13-16 Special Festive Reception: Fri., Dec. 7, 6-9pm Live music, wine […]
Abstract Expressionism in the 21st Century Opening Oct. 19 at the BGA
October 1 to November 17, 2018
The BGA’s “Monster Misunderstood” exhibit is in collaboration with the Belmont Public Library’s One Book One Belmont town-wide read of Frankenstein. “Monster Misunderstood” is the featured inaugural show of the BGA’s new gallery partnership with the library. Artists have creatively interpreted Mary Shelley’s classic novel.
Wine, and light refreshments.
April 21 and 22: Special Events/Art Salons for the Fairytales exhibit include a Gallery Talk with Exhibit Artists and a Collage-Making Workshop led by artist Carol Wintle.
Town Hall Complex
Homer Municipal Building
19 Moore St., 3rd floor
Belmont Center, MA 02478
Wheelchair accessible. On-street parking.
Saturday and Sunday 1–4pm
Visitors are also welcome to visit on other weekdays 10am–4pm