Gallery

Watercolors and Wheels

The Door 3 Gallery is pleased to present new works by the local artist, Laura Quincy Jones in August.  Her show, “Watercolors and Wheels,” features a series of limited edition reproductions of watercolor originals documenting the beauty and ephemerality of moments from the artist’s life and travels.  Lush colors and sensuous line-work convey the personal and emotional impact of her unique journey through the world.  Join us for an opening reception on Thursday, August 7th, from 7 to 9 PM.Watercolor image of three bicycles

Closing Reception for FEELINGS, this Thursday at the Door 3 Gallery, 7-9 PM

The closing reception for FEELINGS is this Thursday, May 29th, from 7 to 9 PM.  Come on by!  It’s a pick of the week from Big, Red and Shiny!

 

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For the month of May, 2014, space whisperer Liz Nofziger  and neurolinguistic acrobat Heather Kapplow  explore and invite you to explore the surfaces and interior machinations of Broadway Bicycle School’s most private and magical chamber.

 

Both ladies have done thorough explorations of similar rooms independently in the past, and now bring their collective force, not witnessed publicly since May 2, 2010, to bear on this worthy subject.

 

Their installation Feelings has already been in place for an indeterminate amount of time and will continue to evolve throughout the month, culminating (but not necessarily peaking) in a closing event on May 29th from 7 pm until 9 pm. But Kapplow & Nofziger invite you to visit Feelings anytime you find yourself in Cambridge and feel the urge to go.

 

Special thanks to Zumix, Linda Price-Sneddon, and to Todd Antonellis for his invaluable contributions to Feelings

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FEELINGS, an art installation in May in the Door 3 Gallery

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For the month of May, 2014, space whisperer Liz Nofziger  and neurolinguistic acrobat Heather Kapplow  explore and invite you to explore the surfaces and interior machinations of Broadway Bicycle School’s most private and magical chamber.

 

Both ladies have done thorough explorations of similar rooms independently in the past, and now bring their collective force, not witnessed publicly since May 2, 2010, to bear on this worthy subject.

 

Their installation Feelings has already been in place for an indeterminate amount of time and will continue to evolve throughout the month, culminating (but not necessarily peaking) in a closing event on May 29th from 7 pm until 9 pm. But Kapplow & Nofziger invite you to visit Feelings anytime you find yourself in Cambridge and feel the urge to go.

 

Special thanks to Zumix, Linda Price-Sneddon, and to Todd Antonellis for his invaluable contributions to Feelings

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