Friday, May 16, 2008

Open Studios Saturday 10-6

I will be opening my studio today along with other members of 4th Floor Artists. The group originally started in the early 1990's at the FL & JC Codman building over on Plain Street in Rockland, MA. Last year we were forced to find homes in two buildings within a mile of the Codman. After the dust settled about 50 artists remained of the more than 100 that had been in the old building. I am in the Sandpaper Factory at 83 East Water Street in Rockland. Two blocks away is the ET Wright building at 379 Liberty Street at the corner of Webster Street. I'll have some snacks and some coffee for those who might brave the rain and 4 flights of stairs up to my studio which is at the front of the building. Here I am in my previous studio at the Codman. I will only be open today as I am going to New Hampshire tomorrow to visit the little boys.

15 comments:

rdl said...

Marewheee's home!!! yea!!!!!
nice job there on the studio - you have more hanging on the wall !! good girl. can't wait to see you!

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Wish I could be there - love this photo, gives me a happy feeling.

LUCIANO FIGUEIREDO said...

Wow, Mary, you never get tired?
You have been working a lot, haven't you? I missed so many paintings... I am going to take some time to appreciate all of them!
Congratulations for you studio, I wish to be able to visit someday.
Best whishes

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

Your studio looks like you... happy and fun! The paintings on the wall look intriguing, I can't wait to see them. I wish I could have come up to the OS today, I hope you had a SLEW of visitors.

Mary has the energy of 3 other people put together!

Paula Villanova said...

Hi Mary...I'm so impressed you pulled everything together for Open Studios so quickly after returning. I'm sorry I won't be able to visit Open Studios (not even my own studio!) this time around...I hope it's nothing short of a blast for you! Your place (and you) look great!

Sandy said...

Oh...this looks wonderful and fun seeing you there! If I lived close by I would definitely visit.

thanks so much as always, for visiting.

Love the studio.

georgiana ewing said...

Wow. What a cool studio. I envy you. My studio is in a tiny spare bedroom. This one has so much light and is so cheerful. Love it.

Liquid said...

Bravo for you!
You are soooooooooo incredibly talented!

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

Wish I could be there Mary.......have fun.

Jeffrey

Amy Sullivan said...

Mary, nice place you got there. I like open studio nights. I would surly love to visit at yours.I have enjoyed your art, and will read on to see it all. I really like Flamingo Isle, those folks are having a great time. Thanks for the visit to my bloggy, please come back any ol time. Amy Sullivan

Frank Gardner said...

Hope you had a great open studio night. Do you have any pics of the NEW studio space to show us?

Cooper Dragonette said...

Inspiring! Your studio looks great. I have some work to do on mine now!
Best, Cooper

onpainting said...

I really like the light through the window. You have some nice work hanging on the wall.

Pochade.co.uk said...

seeing peoples studios is awesome, you should upload the image to www.artistsarea.co.uk

Love your racking, good way to show paintings, need to do something similar.

Daily Art in the Pines said...

Hi Mary,
LOVE your bright, clean, happy space. Looks like your very productive here...wish I could visit in 'person'. Thanks for posting a peek into your studio!

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