We’ve added seven more pieces to the installation I curated with Mr. Webster for his showroom, Webster & Company, at the Boston Design Center. All abstracts in shades of black, white, and grey, by artists with distinct styles.
The first four are by Betty Carroll Fuller, whose work I first saw on the Outer Cape. An art professor at Cape Cod Community College, Fuller’s work presents abstract forms, lines, and layers of color that are simple and spare, but not spartan. The next abstract painting is by Jen Kelly, a Hingham-based artist who studied art at Boston College and has a master’s in social work. Kelly paints abstracts and landscapes while combining the arts with social causes. The third is Jen Bradley, who my friend Stephanie Walker of Waitsfield, Vermont gallery Walker Contemporary brought to the mix. Bradley is a Boston-born artist who earned a B.F.A at MassArt and teaches at South Shore Art Center, paint, screen-printing, glazes, and drawing in her abstract works.
Webster & Company is hosting an opening this Tuesday, Nov. 10, 6pm-8pm at the showroom at the Boston Design Center. Please let me know if you’d like to attend.
Betty Carroll Fuller, Family Reunion, 2012
Betty Carroll Fuller, Mean Girls, 2013
Betty Carroll Fuller, Summer, 2011
Betty Carroll Fuller, When Grey Clouds Turn Black, 2014
Jen Kelly, Music to My Ears
Jen Bradley, Paradise V
Jen Bradley, Paradise III
Works by all 21 artists now installed
at Webster & Company, Boston Design Center
See a sampling here.
Next week I’ll post some installation shots in the Webster & Company showroom.