PILLS AND BILLS depicts the greed and decadence that has transformed the United States. These paintings of currency, coins, and prescription drugs form a conceptual show that will attempt to convey the abuse of power by Wall Street and pharmaceutical companies.
Anything goes for this non-juried and non-themed exhibit. Artist members brought the one single artwork they most wished to exhibit, regardless of medium or content. The result is 93 works in an astounding array of styles, approaches, and interests: a vibrant cross-section of art-making in this region. All but four works are for sale, with prices ranging from $75 to $3,500.
NOW! NEW WORK, NEW ARTISTS, running simultaneously at both ArtsWorcester and the Worcester Craft Center, exhibits the next generation of regional artists. All participating artists are under the age of 40 and reside or work in Central Massachusetts. The exhibit was juried by Roger Hankins, Director of the Cantor Art Gallery at the College of the Holy Cross.
A group exhibition with four emerging, local, woman artists. The show will feature Allison Bamcat, Elizabeth Kirby Sullivan, Nineta and Tess Barbato. Each artist has made new works, and were given free reign to explore what they are most excited about creating currently.