Brookline Artists, Cambridge, Fort Point Arts, Lexington, Needham, Somerville (including Joy Street, Mudflat, and Vernon Street Studios), SoWa Art Walk, West Medford.
What’s the unifying thread here?
All have April or May open studios events, where artists kick open their studio doors (or politely nudge them ajar, depending on the artist) to let the general public see their art, right where it’s made.
To get in the mood for Spring open studios season, we thought we’d share images from artists participating in the first annual Watertown/Belmont Open Studios (WBOS), on April 24-25. WBOS is a collaboration of the Arsenal Center for the Arts, Belmont Art Gallery and artists and businesses throughout the two cities to enable an exciting interaction between the local arts community, residents and visitors.
Meet over 50 artists at the Watertown/Belmont Open Studios, and discover unique paintings, jewelry, fiber arts, ceramics, photography, mixed-media, and more. This event is sponsored by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, Belmont Cultural Council, and Watertown Cultural Council.
For more open studios, take a gander at the list of Massachusetts open studios on ArtistLink (MCC’s resource dedicated solely and proudly to artist space).
Images: works by participating artists (top to bottom) Dawn Scaltreto, Karla O’Brien, Adrienne Sloane, Paul Angiolillo, and Ellen Crenshaw.
jodie mcmenamin says
this is exciting, we are really excited for our first open studios over here at the arsenal. Thanks again MCC and Artsake, we love your blog