Friday, September 27, 2013
Tonight from 5-7 there will be an opening reception at the Newport Art Museum where 3 Hera Gallery members will be exhibiting their work. The exhibition is titled "19 @ 25" and displays a diverse group of artists and their work. Come show your support for our Hera artists! http://www.newportartmuseum.org/Exhibitions/Now%2Don%2DView/1925
Hera is please to announce that we have updated our website heragallery.org. One of the updates we made is the artist profile of one of our founding members Roberta Richman. Take a look at her profile to find out more about one of our artists that we are extremely proud of, http://www.heragallery.org/galleryartists/robertarichman/. You can come to the gallery and see her work for yourself in her exhibition "Imagined Landscapes" until October 5th, it is an exhibition worth seeing if you haven't yet!
Hera Gallery is pleased to present PAINT: A National Juried Exhibition, juried by Neal Walsh of AS220's Project Space from October 12th to November 16th, 2013. The opening reception is held from 6:00 to 8:00pm on Saturday, October 19th and is open to the public. The physical properties of paint have inspired artists for centuries. This show challenges the viewer to ponder the possibilities for creative meanings found in the application of paint.
The exhibiting artists are as follows:
The exhibiting artists are as follows:
- Souby Boski
- Robert Dupree
- Graham Heffernan
- Mandy Howe
- June Levinson
- Nick McKnight
- Charles K. Morgan
- Linda Peduzzi
- Alicia Piccolo
- Cody Rounds
- Jason E. Smith
- Simone Spruce-Torres
- Ken Steinkamp
- Kate Sterchi
- Roger Sutro
- Dan Talbot
- Jason Travers
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Friday, September 20, 2013
If you have not come by to see the "Imagined Landscape" exhibition by Roberta Richman and Jeannette Jacobs "Haiku" exhibition then stop by soon! Both exhibitions will be in the Gallery until Saturday October 5th and are well worth seeing!
|"Untitled #5" by Roberta Richman|
|"Marketplace" by Jeannette Jacobs|
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Our new intern Casey has created and will head Hera's newest social media addition, Twitter! Please follow, tweet at and retweet us! Check out our twitter site to learn more about all things Hera!
Friday, September 13, 2013
Hera Gallery member Myron Rubenstein will be exhibiting his work in the Connect the Dots show at the Peregrine Gallery in Providence. The exhibit opened on September 2nd and will continue until November 1st. Connect the Dots showcases another RI based artist as well as the collages of a San Francisco based artist. Join the artists this Sunday, September 15th from 6-8 pm for the opening reception.This collection of work is both mysterious and whimsical that translates stream of consciousness and free association into line and image.
The annual URI faculty exhibition is back! A perfect way to kick off the new academic year of creative innovation, both full time and adjunct faculty will be exhibiting their works to the public free of charge. The show is currently open at the URI Main Gallery, Fine Arts Center and will run to September 25, 2013. The exhibition hours are Monday-Friday from 12:30 pm to 4 pm.Barbara Pagh is a printmaker and papermaker who is a Full Professor in the Department of Art and Art History at URI. She has been a member of Hera Gallery in Wakefield, RI since 1985, serves on the Board of Directors and is currently President.
Hello Hera followers! My name is Casey Walsh and I am currently in my sophomore year at the University of Rhode Island studying Public Relations as well as Film Media. I am extremely excited to be interning at the Hera Gallery and am looking forward to learning more about the gallery world.
Growing up on Long Island I frequented to New York City often to observe various artworks at museums such as the MOMA and the MET. I have always had a passion for art observing as well as art making. I enjoy using mixed media in most of my pieces and have an obsession with Photoshop. Artists such as Jeff Koons and Robert Rauschenberg I find extremely inspiring and admire their works.
At 19 years old I am not completely sure what it is I want to do as a career. I know what I am passionate about; art, media and film. I am hopeful that through this internship I will gain more knowledge about what it takes to run a gallery and promote shows. I believe that it is extremely important for people to observe art and admire other peoples creations as well as their own. I am looking forward to this opportunity and seeing where it takes me!