PAINTING

The official start of spring is just a few weeks away — so what better time for an exhibit that celebrates the outdoors with art that’s actually...

Like so many of us, artist Katy Schneider worried about how to face quarantine and its uncertainty. Rather than bake sourdough, she reached for a...

SOUTHAMPTON — The wrought-iron fence around the historic Center Cemetery is getting a fresh coat of paint, thanks to the efforts of volunteers.“It...

The first word that might come to mind from a look at Jana Brike’s painting “The Witching Hour” is “surreal.” Two teenage girls wearing shifts wade...

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7/17/20

HADLEY — Stephen Schneider of Sunderland joined fellow members of the Amherst Plein Air Society in an outing to the summit of Mount Holyoke in...

NORTHAMPTON — With galleries shut due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most art viewing in the past two and half months has occurred in the same place so...

In 1920, women in the United States finally won the right to vote — and with it a larger role in shaping the nation’s course.But as a new exhibit...

Northfield painter Christine Copeland, who has an exhibit up at Amherst Town Hall through the end of February, lives on a parcel of preserved...

Alice Thomas had a previous career as a speech pathologist, but she’s also long had an interest in the arts — one she’s cultivated in the last 15...

What exactly defines contemporary art?As David Little sees it, there’s a fair amount of gray in that definition, since there’s debate about when...

Maggie Hodges may have gotten a late start in painting, but she’s busy making up for lost time. The Amherst artist and Philadelphia native grew up...

The last piece of art Genevieve Burnett created was an embroidery picture of her cat, Pipsqueak. The beginning of her stay in hospice had been...

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