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Tamara Krendel, "Caged Bird, Early Spring", w.c. 23" by 30", 2014

January 30th -March 2nd, 2014

Wicked, 2014 Juried Group Show

Jurors: Hope Turner & Zola Solamente of Arden Gallery, Boston

Opening Reception:
Saturday, February 8th, 2014, 5-7pm
Fountain St. Fine Art Gallery
59 Fountain Street, Framingham, MA 01702
Hours: Thursday -Sunday 11-5 and by appointment


"Wicked: (adv) New England slang that adds emphasis. Very, extremely cool,
great; excellent.(*Note: to properly use "wicked" their must be an adjective placed after it.
"The show was "wicked" is incorrect.The show was wicked awesome" is the correct usage:).."

-Fountain Street, Fine Art Gallery




Poetical Interpretations of Animals, Dreamed & Dreaming featuring seven artists employing a wide variety of mediums and complementary styles...

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collage of details by Exhibiting Artists: left to right &clockwise: Jenny Lawton Grassl, Elizabeth Awalt,Tamara Krendel, Susan Heideman, Beth Galston, Anne Oldach, Steve Hollinger, Beth Galston

“Cat in Shadows”,16” by 20”watercolor on mat board




October 19th - November 24th 2013
Animals: Dreamed & Dreaming


Elizabeth Awalt: Oil Paintings
Beth Galston: Light Installation
Jenny Lawton Grassl: Woodcuts carved by Artist Anton Grassl
Susan Heideman: Sewn Paintings
Steve Hollinger: Sculpture
Tamara Krendel: Watercolor Paintings
Anne Oldach: Carved Sculpture

Curated by
Tamara Krendel

Opening reception:
Saturday, October 19th 2013, 6-8pm

Featuring Live Jazz & Animal themed refreshments

Thursday November 7, 7-9pm
Panel Discussion with Exhibiting Artists

Also Featuring Animals In the Pop-up Case by Artists:
Carolyn Bonier: Clay Sculpture
Pai-Fang Lin: Cut paper


The Concord Art Association
37 Lexington Road, Concord MA 01742





October 2012- January 2013

Opening Reception:
Tuesday, October 23rd 2012, 5:30 to 7pm
Opening Remarks, 6 pm
Hors d'Oeuvres & Light Refreshments served

For the night of the Opening Reception Parking is Validated/free for all artists and their guests
Yawkey Center for Outpatient Care,
2nd Floor, Mezzanine
55 Fruit Street
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

Illuminations is a rotating art exhibit housed in the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center and many of its affiliate locations. The exhibit is intended to offer enlightenment and encouragement to patients, families, staff and friends of the Cancer Center as they receive care, provide care, or accompany loved ones.

Illuminations has transformed generic waiting areas into a virtual art gallery of revolving exhibits that feature works by numerous regional and national artists. The work of several artists, representing various media, is on display for four months at a time.

Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center

"Cat As Muse" watercolor on mat board, 14" by 18"


April 3 - April 24, 2012
Opening Reception, Thursday, April 12, 4:30 to 7 pm

Cat Show (Come to Mama!)
An Exhibition of art inspired by cats!
Viera Levitt: director and exhibition curator

Community College of Rhode Island
Knight Campus Art Gallery
400 East Avenue
Warwick, R.I.



"Cat, Winterberries & Shadows"
charcoal & conte crayon, 25" by 20"

Friday, May 4th, 2012, 6-9 pm
Artists' Reception Saturday, May 14 2-4 pm

8th annual Hair of the Dog Art Show and wine tasting event to benefit the
The Essex Art Center, 56 & 60 Island Street, Lawrence MA
$30 donation requested at the door (or $25 in advance through ticket sales)
10% of all artwork sold goes to benefit the MSPCA




Saturday June 2, 2012, 6 pm

14th annual New Paint Auction

The New Paint Auction helps provide the funding for the Essex Art Center's Kids
Summer Arts Programs.
Featuring a live auction of paintings completed that day by a select group of
30 invited artists



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