Ferrin Gallery: Seen & Scene

Friday, September 4, 2009

[Ferrin Gallery] News & Events

Labor Day Weekend And Beyond

Labor Day Weekend, the gallery is open 11- 5:00 through Sunday, September 6.  Starting Wednesday, September 9 the gallery will be open Wednesday-Saturday 11-5:00 pm

On view through Sunday September 6...everyone’s favorite group show of work in all media and functional studio pottery
Group show of over 100 teapots 

Always on view @ our gallery in
a selection of the best STUDIO POTTERY
and functional ceramics by various artists from
throughout the country.

And beyond...Check out our
Fall Schedule at FerrinGallery.com


Both shows on view through Satuday September 12.  

Two of the most provacative summer shows in The Berkshires reviewed in "Picture This" by Andrea Dinoto in American Craft Magazine.  Click Here for the American Craft Magazine Article

Chris Antemann: Battle of the Britches 
Jason Walker: Human Made Wild

Photo Caption:
Detail from “Highboy” Kendrick Moholt, Chris Antemann, Highboy
(photograph) edition of 10 P
hotography, 36 x 26 in.

TEAPOTS INTERPRETATIONS: Studio Pottery Through September 6

Featured Potter: Deborah Schwartzkopf, great teapots and other interpretations of traditional decorative ceramics presentation pieces.

Photo Caption: 
Blue Oil Pourer, 6x8x4", porcelain. handbuilt, oxidation, 2009

Click here for link to FerrinGallery.com and Studio Pottery Teapots

MAGGIE MAILER @ Berkshire Museum

If you missed it live,  Joe Donahue interviewed Maggie Mailer on The Roundtable, discussing  her summer artist residency at The Berkshire Museum.  Maggie’s work from the residency goes on view at the museum in the BerkshireBase which opens with an artist talk followed by refreshments on Thursday, September 10 at 7:00 p.m.  FREE

Photo Caption: 
Untitled (tornado), 24.5x20", oil on canvas, 2009
Click Here for link to Maggie Mailer @ Ferrin Gallery.com

PETER KITCHELL in JUMP IN @ Lichtenstein Center

JUMP IN opens  Friday September 4 at The Lichtenstein Center featuring a group show of artwork in all media based on the Housatonic River.  New work from PETER KITCHELL’s river series is included in Jump In and you can see other work by Kitchell including images based on the Deerfield, Hudson and Conneticut Rivers at Ferrin Gallery.   

The Lichtenstein Center for the Arts
28 Renne Ave. Pittsfield MA

Photo Caption:
Connecticut River #1, 24x48", digital print, 2007
Click Here for Link to Peter Kitchell @ FerrinGallery.com

ELIZABETH STONE Co-Curator of RANGE @ Storefront Artist Project

Saturday, September 6 - RANGE opens at Storefront Artist Project featuring a group show of  young artists from Northampton co-curated by Lisa Thompson from APE and artist Elizabeth Stone. 

On view at Ferrin Gallery during that show is artwork by Stone and others from the
area, Nanny Vonnegut, Mara Superior, Cynthia Consentino, Marty Kline and David Poppie.

Storefront Artist Project
124 Fenn St. Pittsfield, MA

Photo Caption:
Disembodied, 39x26", pastel, 2009
Click Here for Link to Elizabeth Stone @ FerrinGallery.com

Gallery Artists ONVIEW throughout The Berkshires

On view @ Loo Gallery - BOYS ‘N GIRLS Michael Zelehoski

On view @ Jae's Spice - Gordon Chandler, Jessica Hess, Aaron Tucker

On view @ Berkshire Museum - Jason Walker in FROGS

On view @ Canyon Ranch - Kathleen Holmes

On view @ Stoneover Farm Gallery - Jason Houston in FARM

Photo Caption:
Jae's Spice, Three Kimonos, Gordon Chandler

Click Here for Link to Artists ONVIEW @ FerrinGallery.com

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