SoWa Artists Guild 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 SoWa Artists Guild is a non-profit association for professional studio artists. It promotes the individuality and…More diversity of the member artists and hosts open studios and other art-related events.
Bromfield Gallery 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 As Boston's oldest artist co-op, the Bromfield shows affordable, top-quality contemporary art in its open and modern…More studio in the Thayer Alley. Bromfield likes to give young artists a shot, showing two up-and-coming artists every year.
Laconia Gallery 433 Harrison Ave # End, Boston, MA02118 Laconia Gallery is owned by the Laconia Artists Corporation, a non-profit organization that works to promote the arts…More in the South End and the wider Boston area. The group provides non-commercial exhibit space to local artists and arts non-profits. The gallery hosts a wide range of events and shows, including artist exhibitions, video installations, art shows, lectures and more. Visit Laconia Gallery's website for a schedule of upcoming shows, or call if you are interested in showing art or curating an exhibit.
Jenn Sherr Designs 59 Wareham St, Boston, MA02118 Jenn Sherr Designs is a gallery showcasing the work of Boston native Jenn Sherr. Sherr applies a lifetime of artistic…More experience to the design of interesting and unique items, specializing in collage and faux painting. Products include boots, shoes, bangles, bracelets and home decor items. In addition to the production of accessories, Sherr can provide instructional training in decoupage and artist representation.
A Street Frames 4 Clarendon St, Boston, MA02116 A Street Frames is a manufacturer of handcrafted frames for artists, individuals, galleries, museums and framers across…More the country. Its frames include 23-carat gold frames, hard-woods and instrument grade veneers. In addition, the company provides art transportation, installations and conservation to New England and New York City. A Street Frames offers a neighborhood discount and discounts for artists.
Artistic Sign & Carving Co. 435 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02116 Serving customers throughout the South End area, Artistic Sign & Carving provides businesses with sign manufacturing…More solutions. Contact Neal Widett at the number listed for more information.
Aspect Magazine 46 Waltham St Ste 208, Boston, MA02118 On Waltham Street in Boston's South End lies an enclave of offices and studios occupied by working artists, architects,…More jewelers and others. Aspect magazine resides on the first floor, in a large studio office where artist and editor-in-chief Michael Mittelman, along with his small crew, creates and produces a bi-annual DVD publication. The seven-year-old magazine represents any and all art that is not print art — i.e. performance, sound, video and kinetic. In addition to art, Aspect features a fellow artist or critic who provides an audio commentary about each piece. The Aspect office is open to the public twice a year during the local South End Open Studios event. Mittelman also displays his own series of Sky Mall art on the office walls.
Chase Young Gallery 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Chase Young Gallery is located in a beautiful alleyway off of Harrison Avenue; art studios, galleries and shops line the…More streets of this artists' sanctuary. This is one of the newest galleries in the area, opened in August of 2010 by contemporary artist Jane Young. Different artists are featured here for weeks at a time. Tracy Ziegler will be featured for most of the month of September, selling some of her oil on panel pieces. The gallery can help you set up and organize your own art collection by planning out the details for you. If you cannot find something you like in this gallery, Chase Young Gallery can help you find something elsewhere within your budget.
Color Circle Art Publishing 791 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 Located in the Piano Craft Building, Color Circle Art is the studio and gallery of Paul Goodnight, a local artist who…More paints and works with mixed media.
Open Studios Press 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 The OSP was founded in the early '90s and is best known for publishing the internationally acclaimed periodical "New…More American Paintings." The operation has grown considerably and now also includes Open Studio Catalogues, an affordable design service aimed at artists, galleries and museums. OSP also publishes the seasonal book series "Studio Visit," featuring a juried collection of 150 new artists in each volume, which goes out to over two thousand curators and gallerists.
Carroll and Sons 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Carroll and Sons displays works from New England artists. Gallery owner Joseph Carroll says that he likes to…More showcase art with both a concept and a purpose, and selects artists of all mediums with that criteria in mind. This means that Carroll's gallery may change dramatically from one showing to the next--from photographs and sculptures one month to a video installation the next.
NK Gallery, known as NKG, is the brainchild and passion of partners Natacha Sochat & Kathy Halamka. The gallery…More shows the work of a range of contemporary artists, in mediums that include sculpture, multi-media, painting and printmaking. The partners' steadfast approach is to give "equal value to the mind and to the hand", and to create a space where life and art can celebrate diversity.
NKG does not accept unsolicited submissions from artists.
Kingston Gallery 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Named after its former location on Kingston Street in the Theater District, Kingston Gallery is one of the city's oldest…More artist co-operatives. It was also one of the first to move into the SOWA district, helping pave the way for the numerous others that have gone in since. Artists/members pay dues and share in the space where they rotate showing their work in both solo and group settings. Kingston now has a new Associate Membership available to help initiate new relationships with emerging talent. There is also a space at Kingston called the Center Gallery which is available to rent for month-long shows brought in from outside the co-op.