The Schoolhouse Gallery
Gallery Receives Editors' Choice Honor
DUBLIN, NH (June 15, 2007)-The Schoolhouse Gallery today announced it was selected as an "Editors' Choice" in the 2007 Special Travel Issue of Yankee Magazine. Yankee's trusted endorsement will be recommended to nearly 2 million readers this spring, summer, and fall.
Editors' Choice 2007
'This art-infused powerhouse anchors the gallery-packed East End with aplomb. It's been a fixture on the scene, leading a sophisticated charge, since 1997. It still features contemporary photography, an early raison d'être, but its strengths also lie in painting and printmaking by Outer Cape creatives. Check out Mike Carroll's Design Store and design services for those needing a helping hand in acquisitions and placement....'
On sale now and available until October 31 where magazines are sold, Yankee's Special Travel Issue uncovers the destinations and activities that make the region a hot spot for spring escapes, summer fun, and fall getaways for New Englanders and visitors alike. The Editors' Choice recommendation singles out those establishments Yankee's editors feel no visitor should miss.
"Readers often point out that the recipients of the Editors' Choice endorsement represent the rustic, the refined, and everything in between, then ask what criteria we use to select them," said Mel Allen, editor of Yankee. "Whether it's a farmstand, a lobster shack with paper plates, or a restaurant that serves its meals on fine china, they all share a singular quality. These are places that travelers will remember, that locals love, and that promise visitors the opportunity to experience New England's unique character firsthand."
DON'T MISS: JAMES HANSEN at The Provincetown Art Association.
The Schoolhouse Gallery is pleased to announce that we now represent the work of James Hansen.
As a painter and sculptor working in bronze, gouache, mixed media and oil, James Hansen's art employs various levels of abstraction and representation within metaphorically rich compositions. Hansen's relationship with Cape Cod began in the late 70s. A former Fine Arts Work Center Fellow, his first Provincetown exhibition was in August of 1981 at the Julie Heller Gallery. Hansen's early work was comprised of wood found along the beach - a neo-expressionist style, somewhat rustic and totemic. He concentrated on sculpture, watercolor, painting, printmaking - it was deeply felt work that continued to grow. Hansen's creativity was boundless - he worked in virtually every visual medium and moved beyond the confines of even that broad spectrum. Hansen's work was deeply connected to the AIDS epidemic which eventually took his life.
Check out the exhibition at PAAM, which runs from June 15 - July 22 at 460 Commercial Street.
BIG & SMALL
Gallery artists present one large and one small work installed as pairs.
Fri. June 15 - Wed. July 4
RECEPTION: Friday June 22 6-9 PM
Including Mark Adams, Liz Carney, Nona Hershey, Daniel Heyman, Judith Larsen, Paul Lee, Doug Padgett, Doug Ritter, Vicky Tomayko & Michelle Weinberg. Image: Judith Larsen.
Friday July 6 - Wednesday July 25
Gallery artists including: Vivian Bower, Norma
Holt, Doug Ritter, Stephanie Roberts, Ron Rumford, Rachel Zindler, also: David King
RECEPTION: Friday July 6 7-10 PM