March 2020. On hiatus because of COVID-19.
January 2020. Birds^squared
December 2019. C5 Exhibit.
March 2019. Closed due to family emergency.
February 9, 2019. First exhibit at the gallery showing enamel jewelry. New exhibition panels set up.
January 12, 209. Beautiful exhibit well received by those that came. The for a demonstration kiln was born and will happen! Stay tuned.
Coffee served: Burundi Kinyovu Coffee, Women Grown/Produced, AIR ROASTED COFFEE by Airis, courtesy of JNP Coffee.
December 15, 2018. We had a beautiful exhibit by Peter Grigg, Jennifer Carey, and Mary Aroian. Everyone who came was amazed at the beauty and originality. We will keep the exhibit up one more month for those that missed it! Coffee served: IWCA Burundi, imported by JNP Coffee, roasted by Dallis Brothers Coffee.
November 22, 2018. We are moving from short hours on Friday/Saturdays to longer hours on Saturdays (12 -4 pm)to make it easier for people to visit. We will be open the second Saturday of each month.
November 12. Our December Gallery exhibit announced: Peter Grigg and Jennifer Carey
1300 Wednesdays: Twenty-five Years of Enameling. Get the invitation card here.
November 9-10. Seven students from Worcester Center for Crafts and two teachers exhibited a wide range of enamel pieces from bowls, to jewelry, to wall pictures. Very eclectic and exciting combination of pieces. It was inspirational and motivating attendees to expand their skills and try new things!July 18, 2018. Website up and running. Coffee served: IWCA Burundi, imported by JNP Coffee, roasted by Dallis Brothers Coffee.
October 15. Our November Gallery exhibit announced: Teachers-Student Enamel Art Exhibition from the Worcester Center for the Crafts. Get the invitation card here.
October 12-13. Cajun Colors! Fourteen beautiful enamel pieces by Mary Aroian with the theme of Cajun spice colors (onion powder, crushed red pepper, cayenne pepper, thyme, oregano, black pepper) capped by a fantastic live Cajun music concert by Deux Amis (the acoustics in the gallery are amazing!). Art came alive visually and musically. What a combo and a spiritual experience. Thanks for Deux Amis for their generosity, time, and talents! Also thanks to Dr. Peter Grigg of the Worcester Center for the Crafts to prepare some fired enamel copper samples showing Cajun colors before and after firing. Everyone who came had an amazing time. Coffee served: Burundi Kinyovu, imported by JNP Coffee, roasted by Airis Coffee.
Sept 15, 2018. October gallery opening announced: Cajun Color, October 12-13. Special guest Cajun music concert from Deux Amis, October 13 at 1 pm. Download flier here.
Sept 14-15, 2018. Grand Opening: Mary Aroian, 40+ Years of Color. ~200 people attended. Thank you for coming! Great art and great coffee (from JNP Coffee). Coffee served: Burundi Mahonda, imported by JNP Coffee, roasted by Barrington Coffee.
Sept 13, 2018. Our grand opening is tomorrow!
July 31, 2018. Our first exhibit and grand opening announced for September 14-15.