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Kingston Gallery

Welcome to Kingston Gallery, an artist-run alternative space founded in 1982. The gallery is committed to showing the work of emerging artists through hosting one-person and group exhibitions by gallery members and by offering non-member artists opportunities to show via our Center Gallery.

The gallery is open from noon to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, or by appointment, call 617-423-4113.

Boston

United States
Address:
450 Harrison Ave. #43
02118
Phone: 617-423-411
Website: http://www.kingstongallery.com/index.htm


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Artists Represented

Sophia Ainslie
Susan Alport
Ilona Anderson
Joan Baldwin
Judith Brassard Brown
Linda Brown
Gail Erwin
Jane Fox Hipple
Janet Hansen Kawada
Mary Lang
Catelin Mathers-Suter
Karen Meninno
Barbara Moody
Jennifer Moses
Rose Olson
Sharon Pierce
Elif Soyer
Hilary Tolan
Ann Wessmann
Luanne Witkowski


Current Exhibitions

Words Unspoken
Ann Wessmann

June 3-27, 2009

First Fridays reception: First Friday, June 5, 5-7:30pm

In her series Words Unspoken, begun in 2007, Ann Wessmann uses text from diaries, letters, memoirs, poetry and random lists, found in her family home and written by loved ones, to explore issues of time, memory and relationships. The up-coming exhibition, Words Unspoken: 37,499 Days, is the second installation in the series, and is a chronicle of the long life of the artist’s grandmother.


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Naturally Man-Made : An exhibition of new works
Catelin Mathers-Suter

July 1 - August 1, 2009

Opening Reception: Friday, July 10, 5:30-8:00 pm

The Kingston Gallery is proud to announce the first solo show for Boston-born artist Catelin Mathers-Suter. Consisting of drawings created in pen on paper, this body of work explores the relationship between environments created by man and those that exist in the natural world. The pieces contemplate juxtapositions between the urban and the pastoral, the structured and the chaotic, the spaces where man and nature coexist and collide, and the ways in which they influence one another. Mathers-Suter has long been fascinated by the exquisite detail present within even the simplest manmade and natural structures. Using grid stencils, Mathers-Suter superimposes renderings of man-made spaces on natural settings creating hybrids that evoke both the polarization and unity of our two worlds. The tonal inversion of the natural and man-made images draws from photography to challenge traditional perception of the natural environment as backdrop to the man-made. Mathers-Suter captures the natural... [ Read all ]


Previous Exhibitions

Past Exhibitions

ALL THAT I SEE, TALES FROM THE RAZORS EDGE.
An exhibition in two parts
Ilona Anderson

April 28th – May 30th, 2009

First Fridays reception: May 1, 5 – 7:30 pm
Gallery Talk by the Artist and Opening Reception: Saturday, May 2, 3 – 6 pm

Ilona Anderson exhibits two bodies of work that explore, in different ways, our relationship with the taste of honey on the razors edge.

In the Main gallery:

All that we see or seem
Is but a dream within a dream
----Edgar Allen Poe

A series of drawings with pearlescent ink on black paper exploring mythology and the notion of our created identities, who we think we are, or want to be.
\\\"All that we see or seem
Is but a dream within a dream\\\"
Edgar Allen Poe.


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Location And Getting There

450 Harrison Ave. #43
Boston, MA 02118

We’re located in the SOWA district of Boston’s historic South End, a short walk from the Boston Center for the Arts.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Gail Erwin


Opening Times

The gallery is open from noon to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, or by appointment, call 617-423-4113.