The above image by Aimee Belanger and the three below are among the many works on display this weekend (Oct. 31 and Nov. 1) at the South Boston Open Studios. The event is free to the public, rain or shine, noon to 6pm each day. Public transportation is easy – take the Red Line to Broadway and walk east, or take the #7 City Point bus from South Station to Elkins St. Artists working in watercolors, video, fabric, and just about everything in between are showing at The Distillery, King Terminal, and Norman Crump Studio.
Did we mention how much we like open studios? They’ve got a real win-win thing going on. They’re good opportunities for artists to meet directly with art-loving folks who might be interested in purchasing their work, and they provide those same art-loving folks with a unique view of the lives of working artists.
Anyway, more work from Southie:
If you’re interested in attending/getting involved in a future open studios, we have a *full listing of Massachusetts open studios on ArtistLink.org.
* If we’re missing any, let us know.