Spring News from Diane Sawyer Fine Art
After a cold winter and rainy early spring the trees are bursting out green, flowers are blooming, and spring shows are everywhere. After hunkering down in my studio all winter its been a real pleasure to see the work up, celebrate, and get outside to drink in the warm weather.
I hope you can make it to one of the shows below. I look forward to seeing old friends and meeting new ones! Exhibition highlights of my spring season include:
FOUR ARTISTS, FOUR VISIONS
Closing Party— this Sunday May 7th, from 1–4pm
Sprinkler Factory Artist Group
38 Harlow Street, Worcester, MA
As always, I really enjoyed exhibiting with fellow artists Dave Kaphammer, Janet Schwartz, and Renée Caouette. We are celebrating our second group show in 2 years, and are already looking forward to next years show next April at the Sprinkler Factory.
May 1–July 30 2017
Opening May 17th, 6–8pm
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 60 Adams Street, Milton MA 02186
For Pastels Only
Opening Reception, June 24, 6–9pm
June 20–July 17, 2017
Cape Cod Cultural Association
307 Old Main Street,
South Yarmouth, MA
June 16–18, 2017
Opening: June 16, 1–7pm
South Shore Arts Center
119 Ripley Road, Cohasset MA, 02025
International Society of Pastel (IAPS)
30th JURIED EXHIBITION
June 6 – June 11, 2017
Hotel Albuquerque, Albuquerque New Mexico
Other recent shows include:
For the Love of Color, at the Cape Cod Art Museum
March 16th – May 1st, 2017
This show featured Signature Members of PPSCC, the premiere Massachusetts pastel association. Truly an honor to be included in this group, at the wonderful Cape Cod Art Museum in Dennis MA.
Milton Art Center’s 2nd Annual Juried Exhibition
March 24th– May 20, 2017
It was my pleasure to be the Coordinator of this diverse and exciting show at the Milton Art Center (MAC), featuring the work of more than 40 artists. It was great working with juror Brian Goslow of Artscope Magazine, and meeting so many talented artists from all over the region.
Finally, I am looking forward to a trip by bike and train through France this summer. I’m planning on doing a lot of sketching, gathering new inspiration to carry me through next fall and winter.