“Word Transformed” is the current exhibit at the Bristol Art Museum, featuring six artists inspired by the written word, whose work transforms text into visual language art. On Sunday, March 13th (the day the exhibit closes) there will be an Artists’ Talk at 3pm, an opportunity for the public to meet the artists and learn more about their work. Click here to read the Bristol-Warren Patch article by Leigh Medeiros.
Reminding us to set our clocks ahead one hour this weekend, Gallery Eleven Fine Art on State Street in Bristol presents a new exhibit, “Spring Ahead”, with an opening reception on Friday, March 11th from 5pm ’til 7pm. The show runs through April 30th. Click the poster for more information.
At the Bristol Art Gallery on Hope Street, a retrospective of works on paper by Stephan Brigidi opened this week and runs through April 8th. The exhibit includes collages, drawings, and photographs. Click the poster for more information.
IMAGO gallery on Market Street in Warren is hosting the Art League of Rhode Island‘s 2011 Associate Exhibit through Sunday, March 20th. More than thirty works of art are on display, ranging from acrylics, oils, watercolors and pastels, to photography, tapestry and mixed-media.
At the newly renamed Main Street Gallery in Warren, an exhibit of paintings by Richard Kaiser and nature photography by Lane Poor will show through Saturday, March 26th. Click here to read the recent Bristol-Warren Patch article about the gallery.
Visit our Visual Arts page for information about more art galleries in Bristol and Warren!
3/11 update: Looks like the Bristol-Warren Patch writers are feeling the springtime art vibe, too – yesterday they featured the current exhibit at Hope Gallery in Bristol, “The Awakening of Spring”, which runs through Friday, April 1st. Click here to read the article on Patch.