PAINTINGS

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...

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...

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...

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...

Monet had his water lilies, haystacks and rugged cliffs. Degas had his ballerinas. Pissarro had his rural laborers, Sisley his seascapes and...

Marjorie Tauer may have retired from her career as an elementary school teacher and reading specialist, but she’s been keeping busy with another...

One never left his native Britain, and he also spent most of his life in southern England, where he was born. The other traveled widely not just in...

Painter Marilyn Allen recalls loving to draw at a very young age. But the Brattleboro, VT artist also remembers her second grade teacher dismissing...

What better way is there to express thoughts and emotions than getting them down on paper? Artist Margaret Lloyd says engraving them into pure...

Back in 2009, artist Dawn Siebel, then living in Colorado, took up an extended series of painting: oil portraits of all 343 New York City...

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