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BERKSHIRE GROWN

STAIR GALLERIES

ELYSE HARNEY

Mahaiwe Tent

Parties & Openings


Nov. 11 - Chatham
PS21 Gala

Nov. 4 - Pittsfield
NAACP Awards Dinner

Oct. 29 - G. Barrington
Halloween At L'Atelier

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Stonover Farm IS183 Benefit Art Show

Amy Krzanik reports from Lenox. No one needs an excuse to visit the picturesque grounds of Stonover Farm, to sit by the pond and watch the ducks, or to visit with Tom and Suky Werman. But on Thursday, July 10, there was a fantastic excuse to stop by the Lenox B&B for a glass of wine, as IS183 Art School of the Berkshires opened its summer benefit show—Landscapes, Farmscapes, Cityscapes, Mindscapes—in Stonover’s Barn Gallery. Curated by Suky Werman herself, the exhibit features new work by Maggie Mailer, Katherine Bowling, Mike Glier and Cynthia Wick, as well as works on paper by Lisa Breslow, photography by Fran Forman, Karen Halverson, Rob MacInnis and Paul Mutimear, and collages by Mike Metzger and Nancy Rubens. The exhibition will run through September 1, and can be viewed by appointment. A portion of the proceeds from sales will benefit IS183. Above: Hope Sullivan, executive director of IS183, and daughter Elke enjoy the summer evening.


Stonover’s Suky Werman, gallerist Leslie Ferrin and Amy Butterworth of IS183; Danielle Steinmann and artist Maggie Mailer, whose paintings appear in the show.


Jesse Metzger and her father, Mike Metzger, an artist in the show; Blue Q’s Seth Nash, Cynthia Wick, one of the artists in the exhibition, and “Sandy” Sanderson, the opening’s token Canadian.


Marcia Stamell, Arthur Yanoff, Elfi Six and Carol Mailer; Karen Halverson, whose work hangs in the current show, and Ellen Metzger.


Beth Rose and Will Schillinger; Painter Lucy MacGillis and Piero Lanzanó.


Realtor Tim Lovett, photographer Scott Barrow and Scott Edward Cole, owner of the Monterey General Store; Vicki Bonnington and Lauren Joy, an IS183 board member.


Cookiehead creator Lisa Newman with Cathy Deely; Leslie Ferrin and Martina Caruso of new North Adams gallery space Independent Art Projects.


Danielle Steinmann and photographer Gregory Cherin; Architect Kristine Sprague with Nancy Kalodner.

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