Parties & Openings
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WCMA Season Celebration
March 3 - Lenox
Andrew DeVries Benefit Party
Feb. 23 - Pittsfield
Real Art Party
A Race In The Makers’ Space At ‘100 Hours In The Woodshed’
Amy Krzanik reports from North Adams. 100 Hours in the Woodshed, a collage marathon and exhibition co-founded by local artist Danny O, celebrated its fifth year when it kicked off with a reception on Thursday, Jan. 26. The marathon itself followed, beginning at 6 p.m. and lasting 100 hours (hence the name) until Tuesday, Jan. 30 at 10 p.m. During that time, the artists shown below (along with fellow creators Suzi Banks Baum, Gwendolyn Bird, Kathline Carr, Valerie Carrigan, Misa Chappell, Peter Dudek, EkkaLyra, Lilianna Espanola, Laurie Goddard, Victoria Jefferies, David Lachman, Michael McKinley, Mark Mulherrin, Jim Peters, Rich Remsberg, Anne Roecklein and Ann Scott) worked their cut-and-paste magic downtown at The Makers’ Mill and at the Eclipse Mill Artist Lofts, where the opening reception was held on Thursday, Feb. 2. During the marathon, those interested in art could stop by either venue and watch the different ways artists went about the process of creating. See the finished products for yourself at the Eclipse Mill Gallery from now until Feb. 26.
William Archer, an artist in the show, with Silas Sima, an artist from Belfast, Maine; Melanie Mowinski, whose work is seen below, with fellow Woodshed contributor Michelle Daly and her mother, Peg Daly.
Lucie Castaldo‘s 3D Woodshed creation.
Sharon and Ed Carson, who call the Eclipse Mill home, stopped by to support their fellow artists; Bill and Francie Riley, artists and owners of the Real Eyes Gallery on Park Street in Adams, Mass., pose with artist Arthur De Bow.
Open up and take a peek inside Melanie Mowinski’s 3D collage; Lynn Gall poses in front of her collages created for the exhibit.
Collage from Woodshed co-founder Danny O.