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Van Vessem Gallery is pleased to announce Blauww: Celebrating Blue. This exhibition of primarily blue artwork (including "Soldier's Wife" by Mark Wholey, pictured) opens with a reception on December 19 and runs through March 1 (with limited winter … more
Featuring old and new images of Bristol’s historic properties and iconic celebrations, this student-curated exhibition will include multimedia displays and oral histories of longtime Bristol residents. Pictured, a circa 1900 image of an 1808 … more
This exhibit at Hope Gallery will feature represented artists and guest artists selling eclectic affordable fine art and fine craft through December 20. This will be Hope Gallery's last exhibit. Anita Trezvant, gallery owner/director will be … more
If you haven't been to Rough Point, Doris Duke's Bellevue Avenue estate, this year (or ever), make a plan now to visit before November 8—you'll be glad you did. Duke was a renowned collector of decorative and fine arts from around the world, … more
Featuring artists Ann Rozhon (whose painting "Evening Walk" is pictured) and Jessica Wheeler. Exhibiting through November 6. WHERE: Hope Gallery, 435/437 Hope St., Bristol WHEN: Saturday, Sept. 19; 5 to 8 p.m. COST: Free MORE … more
Exhibiting over thirty New England artists: paintings, sculpture, art glass, and jewelry; including John Redick's "North Atlantic," pictured. Enjoy light refreshments and music. Exhibiting through September 4. WHERE: Hope Gallery, 435/437 … more
The Bristol Art Museum will present a new exhibit, “Island Time,” from July 24 to Sept. 6 at the museum at 10 Wardwell St. (off Route 114), Bristol. Featured are photography by Michael Gaillard, paintings by Peter Gish, Karen Iglehart and … more
A historic sculpture that's been hidden from public view for decades is again on display at its new home in Linden Place on Hope Street. A life-size statue of Bacchus, the Roman God of Wine, was among dozens of statues that adorned … more
The Bristol Art Museum is hosting its first exhibit in 2015, “Sculptural Explorations: Resource Consumption, Creation & Trade,” from March 6 to April 19 in the museum at 10 Wardwell St., Bristol (off Hope Street, Route 114). It features … more
PORTSMOUTH — Jackie Johnson teaches piano, but she’s always had a thing for painting, which she came back to about three or four years ago. “I was painting on and off ever since I was a kid, but when my own kids were growing up I … more
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