SURREAL: Pfac Goes Out on Top

SURREAL: Pfac Goes Out on Top

(Peninsula Fine Arts Center Executive Director Courtney Gardner)  By Jeff Maisey When the Peninsula Fine Arts Center (Pfac) presents Masters of Surrealism: Picasso, Dalí and Miró November 21 through December 20 it astonishingly marks the visual arts center’s...
Come Together at The Chrysler

Come Together at The Chrysler

(Marilyn Nance (American, b. 1953), Three Placards (Elijah Muhammad, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X), June 14, 1986, Gelatin silver print, Gift of Joyce F. and Robert B. Menschel, © Marilyn Nance) By Betsy DiJulio “We are there for our community,” asserts Lloyd...
High Art from The Vatican

High Art from The Vatican

  By Jeff Maisey Millions of visitors over the centuries have stood on the ground floor of the Sistine Chapel within Vatican City in Rome and marveled at the ancient frescos painted on the ceiling by Italian Renaissance artist Michelangelo Buonarroti...
ART: Eccentric Delves into the Surreal

ART: Eccentric Delves into the Surreal

(Caroline Russell, “By Air Mail”) By Betsy DiJulio As we enter Phase II of the reopening of the economy in the Commonwealth, art centers and museums are maintaining their reinvigorated virtual personas stronger than ever as they simultaneously return to their...
ART PREVIEW: Unknown Outcomes

ART PREVIEW: Unknown Outcomes

(Sheila Giolitti: Sketch for Atlantis Project #1) By Betsy DiJulio By December 15, 2019, more than 50 artist’s proposals had landed in education and contemporary  art exhibitions curator Carrie Spencer’s inbox.  Via the release of a call for proposals and the hosting...
Artists Reflect on #MeToo Movement

Artists Reflect on #MeToo Movement

(“MeToo: Intersected” by Betsy DiJulio) By Staff Local visual artists Betsy DiJulio, Knox Garvin and Anne Bousquet have collaborated on a conceptual exhibition reflecting on the #MeToo movement. Titled “Groundswell: Gender, Power & the Body Politic,” the trio of...