Exhibit: March 1 - April 30 Reception: March 11, 4-6pm Music: Blue Moon Trio Performance by Robin Lane and Women Veterans of Soldier On >more info
Mohawk trail middle & High school visual arts showcase
Exhibit: March 1-April 30 Reception: April 8, 4-6pm Music: The Paperweights >more info
Christin Couture: The Nearest Faraway Place Encaustic Landscape Paintings
Exhibit: May 5-June 25 Reception: June 10. 4-6pm Music: Rosemary Caine >more info
Carl Nardiello: Winter's Bone Digital Photography
Exhibit: May 5-June 25 Reception: May 13. 4-6pm Music: Al Canali >more info
ARTISTS IN THE GALLERY: Sunday, May 14, 2-4pm KATHY LITCHFIELD of Firecrow Handwovens, Gill, MA Weaver Kathy Litchfield demonstrates weaving on her floor loom right here at Salmon Falls Gallery. Ever think you might want to try your hand at weaving? Now is the time! Kathy encourages visitors to have a seat a weave a bit. She is also bringing a trunk full of scarves and her other hand wovens to buy. Ask questions, meet the artist, bring some beautiful handwoven work home.
Emily Dickinson inspired shawl by Kathy Litchfield, 2017
Exhibit: June 30-August 27 Reception: August 12. 4-6pm Music: Adria & Daniel Foster
Tom Wyatt: Reflection and Illusion Photographs on Metal
Exhibit: June 30-August 27 Reception: July 8. 4-6pm Music: Loren Feinstein
ARTISTS IN THE GALLERY: Sunday, July 23, 2-4pm
MARY TEICHMAN, Holyoke, MA Color Etching Mary Teichman has been making prints since 1975. Her gallery talk will include slides and print samples describing her process. In her words, "My multi-plate color etchings are triggered by things I observe: a color or texture, a slant of light--especially those that evoke memories. I am fascinated by the quality of light at night, and by the shapes emerging as my eyes adjust to the darkness. My layered technique, with its possibilities for rich color and dense blacks, lends itself easily to night scenes." Join us!
ARTISTS IN THE GALLERY: Sunday, August 6, 2-4pm JULIET BACCHUS of Juliet Rose Pottery, Monson, MA Juliet Bacchus demonstrates the African coiling technique with which she hand builds her vessels, and then the process of cutting through a vessel to create pattern. Taught by the Jamaican master potter Cecil Baugh, Bacchus carries on his tradition of excellence. Come to learn something new for your own clay work or to simply enjoy seeing the process of handbuilding in clay.
Coil-built vessel with cut-through patterns by Juliet Bacchus.
Shelburne Falls galleries and businesses celebrate a different theme or simply focus on what's new in their venue the 2nd Saturday of each month. Enjoy our unusual small businesses, meet the artists, relish the food of our restaurants, walk in natural beauty, and experience HOME.
The 2nd Saturday in May is all about Mom. Bring your mom to the gallery for a beauty break. Why not let her choose the gift that really makes her heart sing? Check out ShelburneFalls.com to be updated on all the doings in town!