|Limoni alla Siciliano, 11 x 14 inchs (28 cm X 35.5 cm), oil on aluminum panel. Framed (or unframed as you wish)|
It's going to be the perfect weekend to explore the Sowa Art + Design District along Harrison Ave and Thayer Street Boston. I'll be in my new space with new work, Studio #306 450 Harrison Ave, along with my two studio mates Mary Mandarino who does fabric weavings and Deborah MacFail who does jewelry creations.You have three opportunities to come by!
First Friday, May 4th from 5-9 PM. You can leisurely stroll through the open studios of the SoWa artists.
May Art Walk, May 5th and 6th from 11-5 PM. You can spend the day exploring not only the SoWa artist studios but the all art galleries and boutiques along Thayer Street.
Opening Sunday for the Sowa Open Market May 6th from 10-4 PM. Put your comfortable walking shoes on because you'll need them to appreciate all the artisan vendor tents, farm stands, food trucks and the new Beer Barn taproom in the iconic Power Station along Thayer Street and Harrison Ave. The Market opens at 10 AM. Artist Studios open at 11:00 AM
Limoni alla Siciliano is the first in my series of paintings based in the Farmers' Market, Catania, Sicily. The abundance of produce even in December was overwhelmingly beautiful. I had to go away to get back to where I started , painting fruits and vegetables in 2001, but 17 years later I am painting with a twist.