We are showing new work by Zach Cranor for the month of September as part of JP’s First Thursday Art Walk. This is the first exhibit for the artist and we are excited to have his fantastic marine life illustrations on our walls. Please join us for the opening on Thursday, September 4th from 6-8 pm.
We will be closed Saturday August 30th for the holiday weekend. We will re-open Tuesday September 2nd at our normal hours ( Tues – Fri 9-6, Sat 10 -5).
Have a great weekend!
Our Summer Hours have begun! Starting Saturday July 12th, we will be closing at 3 pm. Regular Saturday hours will resume after Labor Day. Enjoy the Summer!
We are excited to show art work by the extremely talented artists from Fat Ram’s Pumpkin Tattoo, just down the street in Jamaica Plain. We are featuring work by Melissa Baker, Darlene DiBona, Lucky Matthews, Chad Chesko, Fat Ram and others. They are a fantastic group of artists, both in their tattoo work as well as their personal work. Join us for the opening Thursday July 3rd from 6-8 pm.
Art opening this Thursday, May 1st from 6- 8 pm. We are showing work by local artists Bill Scully, Nancy Sableski, and Jennifer Waddell. Please stop by!
Inside the home of a long-time customer and avid art collector.
An beautiful example of unique art hung by one of our in-house expert art installers.
Due to this evening’s snowstorm, we are closing at 5 pm. Tomorrow, we will be open from 2 pm – 6 pm. We plan to be open for our normal hours on Saturday, 10 Am – 5 pm.
We are closed December 24th – January 1st. We will re-open January 2nd at 9 AM. Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!
Please join us this Thursday, December 5th from 6-8 pm for our Holiday Sale. We are exciting be showing work from several different artists and craftsmen, including Karen Kemp, Ann Turley, Saltwater Studios, Carl Majewski, and more. It’s a great way to purchase unique gifts while supporting local artists. Hope to see you there!
A hand-turned wooden bowl made of curly Maple and a platter made from Black Walnut,
made in NH by Carl Majewski
Detail of “Bluebird,” etching by Karen Kemp