From left to right: 1) Famous street art from my recent trip to Iceland. 2) The only thing more exhilarating than my travels is getting to come home here. 3) More art in Iceland! Stay tuned for a full guide. 4) Samson Projects closes after this month’s exhibit so get there fast. 5) I’ll take champagne on the Greenway any day. 6) I…Read More
From left to right: 1) Going off-brand for some weekend beer flights. 2) Takeout from Yankee Lobster at the ICA. 3) This reporter is always on duty. 4) Fort Point exhibit on Congress Street. 5) Staying fueled up. 6) The Parish Cafe onion rings are to die for.
This is the first time I’ve ever used this word, but the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum was lit last night. That’s right, the former home of 19th century firecracker pulled out all the stops for their Third Thursday party. I’ve often, shamefully, relegated the Gardner to the bottom of my artistic to-do list. The main…Read More
Saturday I headed to Arlington, Vermont for a wedding. I was in the quaint town less than 24 hours but it was enough to be awed and humbled (again) by Vermont’s natural beauty. The drive from Boston alone was like the b-roll of a movie’s dreamy vacation scene. Farms full of livestock, bright red barns,…Read More
From left to right: 1) Flapper costume or typical Celina ensemble? One never knows. 2) More art from the Provincetown Art Museum. 3) This coffee shop in Troy perfectly articulates my incessant need for caffeine. 4) Art reporter on duty. 5) Celebrating the successful installation of my home office (thanks, Mom and Dad!) 6) Boating with a glass of wine is the only way…Read More
“Real/Ideal: Turning Utopia into Reality” brings a chilling body of contemporary work to the Boston Center for the Arts’ Mills Gallery. Curated by David Guerra, director of A R E A Gallery, the show, which continues through September 17, articulates utopian dreams with underlying feelings of foreboding. Beverly Sky’s fabric collage on canvas, titled…Read More