The gallery at Artspace is dedicated to showcasing local artists’ work and providing the community with access to incredible works of art of all kinds. We sponsor approximately 6 artists per year and feature a new exhibit every 8-10 weeks. The gallery is open Monday-Thursday, noon – 6 p.m. and Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., as well as by appointment. Access is free for all patrons.
Next up in the gallery
“The Sacred and the Profane”
by Paul Karras
The Artspace Gallery is pleased to present “The Sacred and the Profane” a gallery exhibit by Greenfield painter Paul Karras. Please join us on Friday, December 13th from 5:30 to 7 p.m. for the opening reception. Works will be on display at Artspace from Dec 9 – Jan 3.
Moving Lines, an Abstract Literacy
by Margaret Jasinski
This evocative show, inspired by nature, invites viewers to look at art and then to see beyond it, into the personal experience of seeing.
Karen Axtell, a solo show
Friday, May 10, 2019 5:15 to 7 p.m.
for the opening reception
Karen Axtell, a Greenfield artist whose abstract paintings have been included in many juried exhibitions throughout the region, will be showing recent paintings on paper at Artspace during May.
Please join us on Friday, April 5, 5:15 to 7 p.m.
for the opening reception for recent work by artists
in the Pastels Studios led by Becky Clark.
This show features a stunning variety of inspiring work.
Watch this video about the gallery show
and many thanks to Farrell Video Productions of Charlemont!
Artspace Gallery’s March Show
art as veil
From hiding behind … to walking through art as veil … the sieve which separates grief… and the catharsis that emerges.
ixchelailee is a local multi-media artist.
This work is an exploration of digital collage using solely her iPhone 6.
Join us for this special opening reception Friday, February 22, 5:15 to 7 p.m., where you will be invited to ask:
Who is the artist?
Who is the art?
Artspace Gallery’s January/February Show
45th annual Artspace Teen Art Show
up through February 15, 2019
Showcasing the work of young artists who live and study in Franklin County