Birds, Blossoms and Botanicals
Opening Reception April 12, 6-8:30pm
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.
Special Guest Juror: Lauren Meier
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
Research and Development
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.
Iconography of the Feminine
Opening Reception Feb. 9, 7–9pm
Three Graces Sunday Salon
Special Film Screening
Sunday, March 3, 2pm
Belmont Gallery of Art
Belmont Gallery of Art at the Belmont Public Library
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
Mon., Thurs., and Fri. 10am-7pm
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 and light refreshments
Stay one step ahead of everyone else by getting a first look at the art! You’ll be able to snag your favorite piece(s) before the crowds arrive. Invite friends, neighbors and family!
Art Inspired by Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
At the Belmont Public Library
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.
With themes that include nature, science, identity, prejudice, isolation, alienation and family, Shelley’s Frankenstein–though originally published 200 years ago–still has a resonance to the many difficult issues that face our world today.
Annual Spring Tradition!
This show is an annual spring tradition at the Belmont Gallery of Art. Come see and celebrate the work of Belmont’s young K-12 artists. A wonderful sampling of work is showcased from the visual arts program and curriculum within the schools. Featured are pieces in a wide variety of media including paintings, ceramics, prints, drawings and three dimensional work.
Artists Reception with Art Teachers:
Wednesday, May 30
Elementary and Middle School — 6 – 7pm
High School — 7 – 8pm
Regular Gallery Hours:
Weekdays – Regular gallery hours, 10am – 4pm
Additional Gallery Hours:
Thursday, May 24 – 10am – 8pm
Friday, May 25 – 10am – 8pm
Wednesday, May 30 – 10am – 8pm
Thursday, May 31 – CLOSED / Memorial Day
This eclectic vibrant exhibit features work by over 30 artists who interpreted fairytales, folktales and fables from around the world through a variety of 2 and 3 D media, including paper sculpture, assemblage, painting, printmaking, textiles and photography.
NEW DATE! Opening Reception April 6, 6:30-8:30 pm
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.