In conjunction with Bike Week – Door3 gallery is pleased to announce this month’s artist…
Millions of dead terabytes…
Thursday, May 16th
Kevin Porter is a Boston cycling dynamo – and fantastic collage artist utilizing found images to create eye popping and often humorous interpretations of the world remixed through its own media. Stop by to meet Kevin and share in great company and conversation!
Door3 is very pleased to announce Neil Goodwin as artist in residence for the month of April. He has literally transformed our humble gallery into a river view of the Danube highlighting Graffiti art from Vienna and many other exotic locations. Come by this Thursday to meet Neil, share some wine and celebrate his show.
April 11, 2013
” I’ve been taking pictures for as long as I can remember. I’ve been an architect, a film maker and a writer and through all of those enterprises I continued to take pictures.
The first photographs that affected me deeply me were Walker Evans’s images of the towns and people of the deep south. They had an unforgettable impact on me – still do. He taught a course in photography at the Yale School of Art and Architecture in 1965 as I was finishing my training in architecture, and I leapt at the chance to study with him.
I practiced architecture for a number of years, then, following what I can only describe as a compulsion that would not be denied, a colleague and I made a documentary about wolves in the Canadian Arctic. The completion and release of that project led to the making of more movies, and before long I was doing documentaries full time. Most of them were for Public Television on wildlife, natural science and historical subjects. In the last few years I have moved away from film production and have written two books deriving from my father’s work as an anthropologist with the Apache Indians. Set in Mexico’s Sierra Madre mountains and the American southwest, the books are: The Apache Diaries and Like a Brother. “
Door 3 had a brief winter break and now we are pleased to announce the first show of the 2013 Season…
Laurel Lhowe – Paintings inspired by Nature
Although Laurel Cook Lhowe has always painted, her career as a medical illustrator took precedence until about 10 years ago. She has illustrated many orthopedic and ophthalmic text books and completed hundreds of drawings for the American Heritage Dictionary series. Her paintings are in many private homes scattered around the USA and in the corporate collections of Berkshire Partners, Watertown Savings Bank and Cambridge Savings Bank.
Laurel looks for inspiration from the natural world, often painting variations of scenes viewed on walks with her dog, Xena. The paintings are executed in oil and acrylic in her home studio often using sketches completed on site and snap shots. Laurel, her husband, David and son, Brendan are long time Cambridge residents. As a bike enthusiast she is honored that her work is on view at the Door3Gallery.
Please do stop by for the opening party or mosey in during regular shop hours. Her work will be on view till April 7th!