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Wednesday, January 30, 2013



A View From The Top

Panopticon Gallery in conjunction with the Decaneas Archive is currently exhibiting photographs by Bradford Washburn and Vittorio Sella.

Here is a link to some RECENT PRESS about the exhibition.

Here is a link to an EXHIBITION REVIEW by independent writer, Marianne Salza.


The Photographs of Bill Franson

Bill Franson is a close observer of the everyday and mines the obvious for its enigmatic qualities. His work often includes an uncanny, dreamlike human presence and dysfunctional text fragments in diverse settings. His photographs prompt more questions than offer answers.


Megan Lowney

A senior at the New Hampshire Institute of Art, Megan Lowney set a goal to create a visual cohesion between the geometry of the human form with organic textural elements in nature.


The Things That Seem and Those That Are:
Reshaping Photography through Alternative Processes

Panopticon Gallery's upcoming exhibition The Things That Seem and Those That Are: Reshaping Photography through Alternative Processes will be on display from February 28 through April 1st.

Photographers selected for this exhibition are:
Lindsey Beal
Jesseca Ferguson
Christopher James
DM Witman
Jenn Libby
Ron Cowie
Julia Cart
Jeanne Wells
Douglas Ethridge
S. Gayle Stevens
Elizabeth Ellenwood

The things that seem and those that are is in part Machiavellian. It's a quote paraphrased, but it also goes on to describe the alternative and historical photographic processes through which each of these artist's works. The key term is processes - the works are not instantaneous, rather time consuming processes that are anti-digital in nature.

We will have a variety of alternative processes on display, from cyanotypes to tintypes, ambrotypes to platinum palladium prints, and images created with pinhole cameras - each unique image baring the marks of their makers.

In The Private Room:
Photographs by the MFA in Photography candidates at The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University.


Supporting Non-Profit Organizations in Massachusetts

Jason Landry and Anne DeVito, Owners of Panopticon Gallery in Boston are serious about supporting the arts and local non-profit organizations. Whether they are big or small, donations are vital, since most non-profits count on and operate solely by the donations that they receive.

By donating to a non-profit organization, you help to sustain their overall objectives, mission and programming throughout the year.

During the 2013 calendar year, we have chosen 7 non-profit organizations to support. Here is our list:

The Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA
The Photographic Resource Center, Boston, MA
Photo Nights Boston, Boston, MA
M.S.P.C.A. Angell, Boston, MA
Big, Red and Shiny, Boston, MA
Grub Street, Boston, MA
Island Creek Oysters Foundation, Duxbury, MA

**During our next opening reception on February 28th, we will have members of Photo Nights Boston on hand to meet our guests and talk about their organization.**

Please click on the links above to visit their websites and to learn more about who they are, and what they are doing to support our communities.


» Make Friend Faster says Polaroid.
» Spelling Lesson: My favorite William Wegman video.
» Use art to turn the world inside out: An inspirational TED talk by JR.
» 5 recent Photobook Acquisitions.
» Upcoming PRC Boston LECTURE with photographer Neal Rantoul.
» We have a few SIGNED COPIES of David Roberts book The Last of His Kind: The Life and Adventures of Bradford Washburn available through the gallery.
» See Panopticon Gallery artist Jesseca Ferguson in the PRC exhibition The Doors of Perception, opening February 7th.
» Congratulations to Panopticon Gallery artist Heidi Kirkpatrick for her photolucida Critcal Mass Award!
» Harold Feinstein: A Retrospective was a huge success! We still have a few signed copies of this amazing book available in the gallery.
» Neal Rantoul will be one of the instructors for the Architectural Photography Master Class at Penland School of Crafts this April.
» You can now order copies of Jennifer Hudson's book Medic from photolucida.
Panopticon Gallery
Inside Hotel Commonwealth
502c Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215
Hours: Tue–Sat 9:00-4:00pm

Monday, January 28, 2013


Brickbottom Gallery, 1 Fitchburg Street, Somerville,,

SURFACE MATTERS: Exploring the Sense and Substance of Paint

Opening Reception: Sunday, January 27, 2-5pm, Everyone is welcome!

JANUARY 24 - MARCH 2, 2013, Gallery Hours: Thursday - Saturday, noon-5pm

A Group Show of Work by Four Boston-area Painters


Monday, January 21, 2013


Take Your Best Shot

A Curated Show, open to any artist 17 and older

Saturday, January 26-Friday, March 8, 2013

Opening reception: Saturday, January 26, 2013, 2-4 PM


Entry Fee: $5.00 each piece, maximum of 4 pieces per artist. Non-refundable
Ribbons Awarded


Media: An image originally created through photography or containing photography; altered images are welcomed.

Size limitation: There are no size limitations for this show, except entry through a standard door.

Conditions: Work submitted for consideration must be in physical form and delivered to LynnArts during the stated drop off times. Do not transmit work electronically or submit on CD, etc. All work must be original, ready for hanging or display. No wall anchors. Heavy work and work requiring special installation must be installed by the artist. Work previously exhibited in this gallery will not be accepted. LynnArts takes pride in your work: we will not accept broken or damaged work/frames. The galleries are a family, friendly venue; LynnArts reserves the right to refuse any work that may be objectionable to the community at large.

Additional Prints: Artists who submit work to be juried are welcome to bring up to six (6) shrink-wrapped prints for the gallery bin. These prints will be for sale during the stated exhibit dates. There is no additional fee; only artists submitting work can be bring prints. LynnArts retains 50% commission on each print sold during the exhibit.

Drop-off: Thursday, January 17, 11am-7pm, Friday, January 18, 10am-4pm, and Saturday, January 19 11am-4pm at 25 Exchange Street, Lynn, MA. Each piece should include the following on the back: artist’s name, title of piece, medium and price. In addition, please fill out an Artist Inventory List, available at, and submit your artists resume and statement with the work.

Notification: All artists will be notified by e-mail if your work is accepted. If you do not have an e-mail address, please call LynnArts between 1 and 5 pm.

Work not accepted: Must be picked up Wednesday, January 23, Thursday, January 24 or Friday, January 25, during regular business hours.

Accepted work: Unsold work may be picked up on Saturday, March 9 or by special arrangement.

Commission: LynnArts, Inc. retains a 25% commission on all work sold during the exhibit.

Liability: Artwork will be insured upon arrival at LynnArts. We reserve the right not to insure works that are damaged or structurally unsound. Works left at LynnArts beyond the stated pick-up date are not insured and will no longer be the responsibility of LynnArts.

Opportunity for young artists

The Hartman Leigh Children’s Gallery welcomes artists under the age of 17 to exhibit photography of the same conditions.
January 26- March 8, 2013, Opening reception: Saturday, January 26, 2013, 2-4 PM
Drop-off: Thursday, January 17, 11am-7pm, Friday, January 18, 10am-4pm, and Saturday, January 19 11am-4pm
Pick-up: Saturday, March 9, or by special arrangement. There is no entry fee for this show.

LynnArts, Inc. is a private non-profit arts organization located in Lynn’s Central Square at 25 Exchange Street. The building houses two large and airy gallery spaces as well as a black-box rehearsal/performance space and several artist studios. The LynnArts office welcomes queries regarding artist exhibition proposals, membership, teaching opportunities, and rental of office and studio space. For more information please contact Jennifer Ashworth at 781.598.5244. Gallery Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10-4, Thursday, 11-7, Saturday, 11-4. Gallery hours are subject to change, please call before visiting.

Jennifer Ashworth
Coordinator of Operations | LynnArts, Inc.
25 Exchange Street Lynn, MA 01901
781.598.5244 |

Saturday, January 19, 2013


MEOW! If you create and sell cat-related products, please consider applying to sell at our Somerville Copy Cat Festival. Find the application information here.

Copy Cat Festival is Sunday, February 17 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM, Arts at the Armory, Somerville (produced by Somerville Arts Council and SCATV)

Rachel Strutt
Program Manager
Somerville Arts Council
p: 617.625.6600, x2985 f: 617.666.4325
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Friday, January 18, 2013


Artisan's Asylum is a 40,000 square foot, nonprofit public access workshop. We combine public access to high end manufacturing equipment with private studio space, project storage space, and a huge set of craft education classes. Our mission is to promote and enable creative expression through the making of things, for the hobbyist and professional alike. Community members should be able to do everything from pursue their favorite hobby to start their own manufacturing business from scratch in our facility.

Artisan's Asylum is immediately hiring for a full time Facilities Manager position. This person is responsible for maintaining our public-access workshops (which include machine shops, woodworking shops, welding shops, electronics areas, and more) and rental areas. We're looking for someone who's excited to help maintain and support a rich community of artists, engineers, craftsmen, and hobbyists alike.

If you're interested, I encourage you to check out our job listing here:

Feel free to ask me any questions you might have about the position!

Thanks much,

Gui Cavalcanti, President
Artisan's Asylum, Inc.
Cell: (857) 389-7669

Wednesday, January 16, 2013


The Cambridge Symphony Orchestra presents
Family Concert: The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Sunday, Jan. 20, 4:00 PM
Center for the Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Ave., Somerville, MA

The Orchestra, conducted by Music Director Cynthia Woods, will perform
Britten, A Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, narrated by Abe Dewing,
Tchaikovsky, Concerto for Violin, Mvt. 3,
featuring From the Top artist Kate Arndt, as violin soloist,
Dukas, The Sorcerer's Apprentice

Tickets: General $15.00; Children ages 2-12 $5.00; Family Package (2 adults and up to 3 children) $30.00. Purchase tickets online at
Remaining tickets will be sold at the door (cash or checks only at the door.)

Tuesday, January 15, 2013


ClimACTS! Unbound celebrates queer sexual liberation to support The Theater Offensive’s arts programs by, for, and about the LGBT community in Boston’s neighborhoods. Legendary drag performer Sherry Vine will emcee the event, featuring performances by Cazwell of "Ice Cream Truck" fame. Delicious food, celebrity performances, exuberant action on the dance floor, and the legendary fantasy auction.




@ the SCATV Gallery in February

SCATV is excited to host Rachel Appel's work at the SCATV Gallery from January 7, 2013 through January 29, 2013. This is Rachel's first exhibit hence the title, RACHEL'S FIRST ART SHOW. Her paintings reflect Rachel's energy, enthusiasm as well as eye for detail and use of shape and color. During the ART AT SCATV interview, Rachel candidly discussed her development as an artist. Her insights about herself and her work are a source of inspiration.

The paintings featured in RACHEL'S FIRST ART SHOW allow viewers to visit the 1920's and mod period during 1960's & 70's. The artist's paintings capture the spirit and fashion of the time periods. Appel's flappers are elegantly dressed and carefully placed in well thought-out scenarios. The period details such as perfume bottles, furnishings and cars are wonderful. Appel then fast forwards the viewer into the 1960's and 1970's. The women in these paintings project a different energy. They are edgy characters that seem to be involved in some really cool drama.

Janet Cormier's ART AT SCAT interview with Rachel Appel will be aired on Tuesday evenings at 7 PM on channel 3 for Somerville residents. The interview can also be seen on-line at then click on Gallery.
Check out RACHEL'S FIRST ART SHOW at the SCATV Gallery at 90 Union St, Somerville. Gallery Hours: Monday - Thursday Noon to 10:00 PM; Friday - Saturday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM; closed on Sundays and holidays.

Somerville artists interested in appearing as a guest on ART AT SCATV and exhibiting in the SCATV Gallery should contact Janet Cormier, Program Host & Gallery Curator or Wendy Blom, SCATV Executive Director at (617) 628 8826.

Monday, January 14, 2013

BOSTON'S THE WEST END MUSEUM - January 15 - April 20, 2013

This is just a quick reminder that Connections North opens tomorrow. If you can't make it during the week, remember that we're also open on Saturdays, or you could come to the opening reception on Tuesday next week (Jan 22, 6:30-8pm). Both the exhibition and reception are free - it would be great to see you there!
Connections North: Bridges of the West End

Aesthetics meet functionality in the Longfellow Bridge
Jan 15 - Apr 20, 2013
at The West End Museum (map)
Tuesday - Friday 12-5pm
Saturday 11am-4pm
Cost: FREE

Connections North tells a story that spans 300 years - from the time when Harvard College's main source of income was the Charlestown ferry, through to present-day Boston and the $253 million Longfellow Bridge reconstruction project. The exhibit reveals how the progression of bridges changed not just the area immediately surrounding the Charles River, but the entire face of the city. Find out more on our website >>

"Historically, bridges are a very revealing indicator of the issues faced by a society," says exhibition curator Duane Lucia. "Is a bridge a private investment? Should it have a toll or should it be free to all? Should it be purely practical or should it be making an artistic statement? Bridges are more than just a way to cross the river: they have social implications, too." Duane himself will be leading a tour of the exhibition talking about the key figures behind the bridges, their motivations, virtuous or otherwise, and the legacy they've left for Bostonians today. You can book online >>

Brand New Talks Scheduled

Talk: Bringing a Twentieth Century Bridge into the Twenty-first Century
Thursday, February 7th at 6:30pm-7:30pm
at The West End Museum
Cost: FREE

After many battles to modernize the Longfellow bridge, Representative Marty Walz comes to the West End Museum to discuss her part in the renovations.

Talk: "A Complex Network"
Wednesday, February 27th at 6:30pm-7:30pm
at The West End Museum
Cost: FREE

Karl Haglund, author of "Inventing the Charles River" returns to the West End Museum to discuss the historical bridges of west Boston and their contributions to the shaping of the Charles River. Read more >>

c/o Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Talk: The Victorian Society presents "The Women of the Saturday Evening Girls Pottery"
Tuesday, March 19th at 6pm-7:30pm
at The West End Museum
Cost: $15 (VSA/NE and West End Museum members $10)

Historical talk about a philanthropic off-shoot of the Paul Revere Pottery in Boston, which saw poor immigrant girls decorating earthenware in the early 1900s.

Speaker: Nonie Gadsden: Carolyn & Peter Lynch Curator of American Decorative Arts and Sculpture, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Read more >>

Talk: "The Future of Boston Bridges"
Thursday, April 4th at 6:30pm-7:30pm
at The West End Museum
Cost: FREE

Presentation of designs for new pedestrian bridges along the Charles River Basin that will increase connectivity between the historic neighborhoods of Beacon Hill and the West End with the Esplanade.

Talk given by Miguel Rosales | lead Architect and Urban Designer for the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill bridge. Read more >>


Somerville-based dance theater company, EgoArt, Inc., premiers their latest original full-length multimedia production, "The Walk," January 24-26th at the Villa Victoria Center for the Arts in Boston's South End. Through a diverse sound-score, video projection, set components, and 7 dancers, The Walk examines emotional experiences from innocence to crisis and ultimately hopefulness.

More information and tickets at

Sunday, January 13, 2013


The Somerville Arts Council is glad to announce its first Artist of the Month: Susan Berstler.

Susan is a visual artist and art producer in Somerville, MA. She is attracted to art that poses questions and attacks assumptions. She often works in a group setting, believing firmly that despite the stress involved with getting multiple independent creative views moving in the same direction, that the sum of the whole is always greater than the individual parts. She is the director and founder of the Nave Gallery, and has helped create events like Project MUM and Squeezebox Slam.

To learn more about Susan Berstler, and to see images of her work, see our interview with her:

---About the Artist of the Month series---
Starting in January 2013, the Arts Council will name a new Artist of the Month on the first Monday of each month. This new series will feature a different creative Somervillian each month – painters, poets, song writers, you name it! The program is a way for us to celebrate the enormous wealth of talent in our city, by shining a spotlight on a different creative Somervillian on a regular basis.

We'll feature an interview with the Artist of the Month on our website, as well as images of their work. Each new artist will be announced on the first Monday of each month. And in December, we will have a public event to honor all 12 artists featured in 2013.

---How artists are chosen---
All artists who will be part of this program live or work in Somerville, MA. They were chosen by a panel from a list of nominees; many of the artists were nominated by the Somerville community through the Arts Council's website. Want to nominate someone? Great! You can do that here:

---Contact and other information---
This program is put together by Coordinators Jenn Harrington and Kellie Veiga, and Somerville Arts Council board member Tim Devin. It is inspired by the Nave Gallery's "Featured Artist" program, which ran from 2005 to 2009.

Artist of the Month page on Susan Berstler:
Program website:
The Nave's program, which inspired this one:


The Artist Fellowships are competitive, anonymously judged grants of $7,500 and finalist awards of $500, providing direct support to individual Massachusetts artists in recognition of artistic excellence. Application fee.


Friday, January 11, 2013

SOMERVILLE PICNIC GALLERY OPENING - January 25 - February 8, 2013

PICNIC at the Nave Gallery Annex in Davis Square
January 25-February 8, 2013
Sponsored by Cuppow |

Opening reception
January 25, 2013, 6-9 p.m.
Performances by Dan Blakeslee, Tom Janovitz, and Audrey Ryan. First 25 visitors receive a gift from Cuppow.

Closing reception
February 8, 2013, 6-8 p.m.
Auction for the “Preserving Summer” project to keep this space alive. Pie will be served. First 25 visitors receive a gift from Cuppow.

Resa Blatman, Sarah Meyers Brent, Charles Daniels, Brooke Mullins Doherty, Adam Gooder, Brett Henrikson, Zach Horn, Marja Lianko, Julie Martini, Laura Miner, Cathy Moynihan, Liz Nofziger, Jesse Stansfield, Anne Siems, Sophia Sobers, Neil Wyatt.

For more information

(Somerville, MA) The Nave Gallery Annex in Davis Square presents "PICNIC," a group exhibition curated by Jenn Harrington and Susan Berstler featuring the work of sixteen local and regional artists. The exhibit runs from January 25-February 8, 2013, with an opening reception on Friday, January 25, 2013, 6-9 p.m. and a closing reception and auction on Friday, February 8, 2013, 6-8 p.m. PICNIC is the inaugural exhibit of the Nave Gallery's secondary site—the Nave Gallery Annex—in Davis Square.

“In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.”
—Albert Camus

PICNIC glorifies the lush serenity, the ripe thriving growth, the vibrant color of what's living in those sultry days of summer. PICNIC. A psalm to summer. A feast of heat. A babble of bright light. A fragrance of fruit. A sprint to the glistening sun. A place to have a picnic.

Open call to "Preserve Summer"
Deadline, Friday, accepting entries now until February 8, 2013
The Nave Gallery Annex asks local artists to capture the endless and invincible season of summer in a mason jar. Whether it be reflections on its color and light, or that never-ending bloom, entries should fit neatly in a "1-Quart Ball Wide Mouth Jar with Lid." The rules are simple: stay inside the jar. A select number of jars will be on display at the gallery's first exhibit, PICNIC. All entries will be auctioned off during the closing reception of PICNIC to support this experimental space.

Nave Gallery Annex |
53 Chester Street, Somerville, MA 02144

PICNIC: January 25–February 8, 2013
Sunday 2-5
Wednesday 6-8
Thursday 6-8
Friday 6-8; Lunchtime Fridays 12-3
Saturday 2-8


Somerville Artists are invited to a series of free arts marketing seminars offered by arts marketing specialist and Somerville artist Jesa Damora of FunnelCake Marketing, and sponsored by Somerville Open Studios. Jesa is also this year's Marketing Coordinator for Somerville Open Studios!

All talks are free, created especially for SOS, and open to all visual artists who live or maintain a studio in Somerville. Designed especially to address topics surrounding getting the most out of open studios, the seminars will be helpful to any artist trying to get greater visibility and learn what to do with it once you have it.

Join us for any or all of the following. The first is this Saturday!

Marketing I: Why Participate in Somerville Open Studios? - Sat., Jan 12th 2013
Marketing II: Engaging the Public To Come See Your Work - Sat., Feb 9th 2013
Marketing III: Attracting VIP Visitors To Your Studio - Sat., Mar 9th 2013
Marking IV: Exhibiting as a Function of Marketing - Sat., Apr 6th 2013

All talks 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Hosted at Artisan's Asylum, 10 Tyler Street (wheelchair accessible)

For more information visit:

All talks are free and open to any Somerville based artist.


The new Super Precious Art Gallery is called New Year's Resolutions, and opens tomorrow 1/12 at Washington Street Art Center. You can RSVP to the opening reception here.

The week after the New Year celebration is usually when people are still focusing on what they've resolved to change about themselves. For this show, artists were asked to create a poster illustration inspired by the New Year's Resolution of their favorite character, fictional or real, from books, movies, comics, and video games. Witty and irreverent, this show is sure to poke fun at the habits new and old of familiar faces.

Super Precious Art Gallery is an online art gallery from Boston presenting semi-regular group art shows with art inspired by a specific theme. Both local and national contemporary artists are featured. Some previous shows include Impolitic: Propaganda for Non-Politicians, 20th Century American Authors, and Summer Movie Blockbusters. Please visit for more information

Aaron Cohen
Super Precious Art Gallery

Thursday, January 10, 2013


Please join us at the CollageCollective for our Open House!

Collage Open House:

Sunday January 13. 1-5 pm. 32r Essex Street, Cambridge, MA

Winter Doldrums Open House!
Come watch demonstrations of different collage techniques.
Come make a collage yourself.
Perfect time to come see what we do at The Collage Collective.
Bring friends.
Refreshments & Music.
Demonstrations at: 2pm: Alexandra making backgrounds using magazine transfers.
3pm: Ellen making Gesso prints and glazing them.
4pm: Ann demonstrating the peeled paper technique.

Alexandra Sheldon
32r Essex Street, Cambridge, MA

Wednesday, January 09, 2013


These events are free and open to the public. Children are welcome in the company of an adult. Please register for each event that you plan to attend. You will receive important information on parking after you register. E-mail Elizabeth Wylde at or call 617- 349-6489 and leave your name and phone number.

Sunday, January 13
1 to 3 pm
Neville Place front door
650 Concord Avenue
Let us introduce you to some extraordinary trees that have shapes, bark, and branching patterns you will easily remember. We will walk on the golf course to look at a number of specimen trees* that are inaccessible to the public during other seasons. We will start outside and finish inside with refreshments. Wear footwear for walking off-path, possibly in snow. All levels of experience welcome!
*Trees that illustrate the outstanding characteristics of their species.

Sunday, January 27
5:30 to 8 pm
Maynard Ecology Center, lower level of Neville Place
650 Concord Avenue
Come one, come all – to the eleventh annual winter meeting of Friends of Fresh Pond Reservation! Enjoy good food, visit with other folks who love Fresh Pond, and learn about the activities of the Friends group. After the potluck supper, we will briefly review what we have accomplished this past year, then share ideas for future programs and projects in a relaxed roundtable discussion. Before we depart we will have a raffle and a candlelight reflection. Newcomers are welcome. RSVP!

Please register for each event that you plan to attend. You will receive important information on parking after you register. E-mail Elizabeth Wylde at or call 617- 349-6489 and leave your name and phone number.

Wednesday, January 02, 2013


Hello Somerville Artists,

Registration is Currently Open for Somerville Open Studios 2013: Our 15th SOS!
If you are a Somerville Artist, you can register now at

If you need financial assistance to cover the SOS membership fee, PLEASE REGISTER NOW. Go through the regular registration process and at the Payments page click "Apply for Financial Aid." SOS is able to offer financial aid to artists who need it because of donations from artists who are able to give a little extra.

Deadline to Register and Apply for Financial Aid: Sunday, Jan. 6

Final Deadline to Register for SOS 2013: Thursday, Jan. 31
No late registrations will be accepted.
Remind your studio-neighbors and friends.

If you have any difficulty with the registration process please contact

for help. We will be happy to help you through the process. We will also be scheduling an in-person registration event if you prefer to register with a human being. Make sure you're on the SOS mailing list for details. (You can sign up on the SOS website above).

Organization Memberships: New this year, available to established Somerville arts-related organizations, and Somerville Community non-profits. For more details visit:

Food and Drink Guide: This year SOS is also printing a Food and Drink guide in our map-book. To have your restaurant, bar, or cafe included visit:

Thanks everyone for your part in the 15th Somerville Open Studios!

Happy New Year,

-Rachel Mello, Coordinator 2013
for Somerville Open Studios


I would like to invite you to First Friday Open Studios, this Friday, January 4th., from 5-9 pm., at 450 Harrison Ave., Studio 227, Boston, MA. Ending this Friday, all of my prints are on sale- 20% off one print, and 33% off two or more prints of any size! If you have been thinking about buying some of my prints, either of my own work, or of my restored photos from my Grandfather's archive, now is the perfect time. I'd be happy to send you Jpegs of the available images. I am open most weekdays 11am-8pm and weekends by appointment. Please call or email first.

As always this month, in addition to new prints from my personal collection, I will continue to feature newly restored and printed photographs of early 20th century China from the archive of my Grandfather, William Leete. I will also have new examples of client work, both photography and Fine-Art reproductions.

Boy in Street, Shanxi, 1918; Photo William Leete; Restoration and Print ©2012 William Morse

Finally, the building's 20 galleries and more than 50 artists' studios will be open. There is off street parking at 500 Harrison Avenue as well as on street parking. The MBTA Silver Line stop is East Berkeley, just one block away.

See you Friday!

Bill Morse

Wm. Morse Editions
A Fine-Art Printmaking Studio
450 Harrison Avenue, Studio 227
Boston, MA 02118 (617) 429-3298

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