In the gallery

"All-Members Exhibit"

Elected and Associate Artists celebrate fall’s vibrance

Opening Reception: Friday, Oct. 3, from 5PM to 8PM

Orange pumpkins glow on the vine. Hand-carved cherry and maple artisan boards and sassafras bowls wait to be filled with fall’s bounty. And gallery walls blaze with color during October’s annual “All-Members Exhibit”. 

Where the year's rich harvest  hangs on the walls, ripe, colorful and ready to be picked. Visitors are invited to come meet Associate and Elected Artist Members during the show’s Opening Reception on Friday, October 3 from 5-8 PM, when they can vote for their favorite works, from vivid oils and watercolors to luminous glass art to jewelry and whimsical sculptures. “Viewers Choice” Awards will be presented at 7:30 PM. Live jazz will be provided by Jazz Gallery and Peter Piacquadio and friends. 

The annual “All-Members Exhibit” represents the diverse talents of members from states ranging from Maine to Florida, and features works in oils, watercolors, acrylics, pottery, photography, glass, textiles, sculpture and more. With work from Associate Members as well as Artist members, the juxtaposition of so many significantly different artists and approaches makes October’s show one not to be missed. And of course, as always at the Artists’ Cooperative, shopping is tax-free. 

More at the Coop in October: Fall Art Classes:   

Sadie Davidson DeVore will teach a Monotype Printmaking class on October 20 and 21 from 12-4 pm. $50 per session. Materials are provided, please bring apron or smock and a sketch book. Please register by Sept. 20 for Sept. sessions and Oct. 18th for Oct. sessions. Beginners are welcome! 

Carey Williams will teach Painting with Colored Pencils on Thursday afternoons from 3:30 – 5:00 PM in October. Each session is $20. Students provide their own materials. 

For more information and to register, please call the Gallery at 401-596-2221. 

BRAG SHOW (Our Back Room Art Gallery)

Be sure to visit the BRAG room to view the work of community artists.  



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