Seeking to inspire a sense of wonder and possibility in the natural world, and to consider ways to reclaim power to produce change that will stop and hopefully reverse the climate crisis course. Each of us can contribute to the ripple effect needed to build a solution to this global crisis.
...a journey of self discovery through art and friendship.
The artwork in this show is from Paula Pitman Brown's Painting Intensive Class at The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
Each of these students have demonstrated over many years their commitment to painting. I have been honored to oversee their journey as they
...art inspired by literature and poetry
Just as a library is more than a temple of books,
a book is “MORE THAN WORDS.”
IMAGINATION is kindled to life by stories and poems, transported in time and place, provoked into emotion, guided to new insight. SEE the visions of artists inspired by the written word - in many media.
Mosaic, Collage, Assemblage, Mixed Media and More!
Work by 50 Artists
In Person at 19 Moore Street, Belmont MA
Online right here! With and exclusive virtual "Bonus Show!"
Virtual Reception Thursday March 31st at 7-8:30pm
A Belmontian takes his camera to Iceland, fulfilling a long-held dream. An Icelander makes his home in Belmont and posts a photo a day of our urban and natural scenes. Can there be any correspondences between these two visions? YES!
Virtual Reception January 20 7-8:30pm
A hybrid show HERE on the VirtualBGA.org website and a selection of pieces for an IN PERSON show opening October 21st on the 3rd floor of he Homer Building at 19 Moore Street, Belmont, MA
Virtual Reception October 29th from 7-8:30pm thanks to the Belmont Media Center - more details to follow.
Inspired by poet Emily Dickinson, this virtual show focuses on birds and the symbolism of birds - resilience, rebirth, joy, hope, love and peace. The exhibit features photographer BECKY HOLMES-FARLEY as well as 63 other artists who capture the beauty of our feathered friends.
The BGA's Spring 2020 show never opened to the public because of the pandemic. Thanks to the Belmont Media Center's Frederique Rigoulot we were able to create a series of videos to show it virtually.
i3C @ the BGA
December 3, 2022 - January 15, 2023
Reception December 8, 6:30-8:30pm
20 artists climate focused artwork selected and curated by artist Adriana Prat. The show seeks to inspire a sense of wonder and possibility in the natural world, and that change is not only possible but also a necessary and powerful element for critical environmental transformation. Each of us can deliver change, big or small, and contribute to the ripple effect needed to build a solution to this urgent global crisis.