Once again it is time for Open Studios at Waltham Mills. This will be a particularly important year because it will be my last participation at this historic site, since I am moving the studio to a great new space at 250 Esten Avenue in Pawtucket, RI. 2018 has been a year of incredible change for myself: I’ve bought a new (yet historic) home in Cranston, Rhode Island, and with that change, I’ve been slowly moving the rest of my life along with it. The process has been a joyful one, however, as the best periods of life always seem tied to changes. I’m swept up in the lore and culture of seaside Rhode Island and really loving my new environment. Still being tied to Boston (through my full time job) makes it all the better, having the best of both worlds, so to speak.
View from the porch of the new house.
There will be approximately 12 new paintings to view at Waltham’s Open Studios this year, happening on November 3rd and 4th, the first weekend of November, Saturday and Sunday, from 12 noon to 6 pm each day. I will be updating the website with the new works right up until the actual weekend, so come back for more updates as they are announced. Please come and see all the art, there are many different kinds of artists participating, and something for everyone to enjoy. It will be a great pleasure to see many of my friends and colleagues again, and of course I look forward to sharing part of the Waltham Mills experience again before I move onto new adventures in art in my new Rhode Island location. See you there!