• The first Friday of every month, over 80 artists open to the public.

    First Friday Open Studios 2019:

    February 1st, 5-9pm
    March 1st, 5-9pm

    photo by Evan Eggers


    A Monthly Event…all year long

    Celebrate and explore Boston’s most vibrant arts community the 2nd Sunday of every month.
    Artists at 450 Harrison Ave will open their studios from 11-4 welcoming the public to purchase art directly from the artists.

    Dates for 2018:
    August 12
    September 9
    November 11
    December 9 (Holiday!)
    January 13
    February 10
    March 10
    April 14
    May 12
    June 9
    July 14
    August 11
    September 15
    October 13
    November 10
    December 8













  • Artists in their Studios is free to the public.

  • Every Sunday from May 6-October 29, many artists open to the public in conjunction with the SoWa Open Markets. The Markets open from 10-4. Artists hours vary. Feel free to check with your favorite artists to see if they will be open.


  • Lynda Cutrell

    •  The Many Faces of Mental Health, opens Jan 7 at Tufts University CLIC building, Medford.  The artist worked in collaboration with partners from science and journalism, to address misunderstandings of mental illness.  Previously shown at Boston’s Museum of Science, includes large scale portraits, three-dimensional sculptures, video installations and paintings, as well as open white boards for capturing viewers reactions.

    Anne Harney

    • Illuminations at Mass General Hospital, Cancer Center, Fruit Street, Boston.  Feb 1-May, reception Tuesday, March 5, 5:30-7:30 pm.

    Hope M Ricciardi

    • Architecture through Figures and Abstraction: Paintings and Prints by Hope Ricciardi, Marina Thompson and Alejandro Eluchans, December 2018 through February 2019. reception with the artists Wednesday, January 23, 3 – 5 pm.  Artists talks begin at 3:00 pm, music performed by Drew Ricciardi, violist. The Gallery at Cell Signaling Technology, 32 Tozer Road, Beverly.  Work inspired by architecture and figurative imagery.

    Beverly Rippel

    •  Art, Grief, and the Land, , January 8- February 2, reception from 6-8 p.m., Jan. 11 at University Place Gallery, Harvard Square. Paintings included in this invited curatorial exhibit showing in conjunction with Material Lamentations at Cambridge Art’s Kathryn Schultz Gallery, 25 Lowell St., Cambridge. Selections are by Artist, Curator + Educator, Patricia Miranda (Founder of MAPSpace & The Crit Lab, Port Chester, NY.)
    • The Personal is Political, November 11, 2018 – February 10, 2019. Reception TBA at Exhibition is at the Hess Gallery, Pine Manor College, Chestnut Hill and includes works from the National Association of Women Artists, MA Chapter.
    • Artists of the South End, October 22, 2018-Februart 14,, 2019. Caldwell-Banker Offices, 10 E. Berkeley St. Hope Ricciardi, President of USEA, curated this exhibition.

    Patricia Busso

    • Patricia Busso’s work will be shown at the USEA Coldwell Banker group show.  With an opening reception on November 11 from 4-6pm at 10 Berkeley St in Boston’s South End, it will run through January 31, 2019.

    B. Glee Lucas

    • Artists of New England, through February 2019. Noa Gallery at The Groton Inn, 128 Main Street, Groton.  Artists Reception on Sunday, February 3, from 2:00-6:00 pm.
    • B. Glee’s work is included in an exhibit USEA Artists in the South End at Coldwell-Banker, 10 Berkeley St., Boston, through January 31, 2019.

    Sharon Schindler

    • Fenway Abstract selected for Analog/Digital 2019 International Juried Show at Beacon Gallery-January 11th-February 22nd, Opening Reception January 11th, 6pm, 524B Harrison Avenue, Boston.

    Will Kirkpatrick

    •  Annual Holiday Invitational Exhibit, December through  January, 2019. Hudson Art and Framing, 18 Main St. Hudson. Paintings by four artists, local landscapes, interiors and abstract.


  • Stephen Silver

    • L’Attitude Gallery – 460-C Harrison Ave – Boston. Stephen Silver’s work is featured at L’Attitude Gallery at 211 Newbury Street, Boston MA 02116.
    • Gallery Z: Stephen Silver’s work is now being displayed at Gallery Z, 259 Atwells Ave. Providence, RI 02903. 401-454-8844.
    • Thanassi Gallery – Provincetown, MA Stephen Silver’s work is now featured at Thanassi Gallery, 234 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA 02657. 508-487-0233
    • Calvin Charles Gallery, 4201 North Marshall Way , Scottsdale , AZ 85251 is one of the premier contemporary galleries located in the center of the Scottsdale arts district. The gallery represents internationally known artists from around the world and is featuring works by Stephen Silver. Through Calvin Charles, Silver’s work is also on display at the Sanctuary on Camelback Resort and Spa. See

    Debby Krim

    • Jule’s Place – 1200 Washington St  Boston, MA 02118, (617) 542-2044
    • Lanoue Fine Art -125 Newbury Street in Boston’s Back Bay, Lanoue Fine Art

    Charyl Weissbach

    • L’Attitude Gallery – Charyl Weissbach’s work is featured at L’Attitude Gallery, 460-C Harrison Ave – Boston, MA 02116, 617.927.4400
    • Art 3 Gallery – Charyl Weissbach’s work is featured at Art 3 Gallery, 44 West Brook Street, Manchester, NH 03101, 800.668.9983 See
    • Buchanan Gallery – Charyl Weissbach’s work is featured at Buchanan Gallery, 220 25th Street, Galveston Island, TX 77550, 409.763.8683

    Brian Murphy

    • All Summer at Aquatro Gallery,77 Rocky Neck Ave, Gloucester, MA, Madfish Wharf, Wednesday-Monday from Noon to eight. Wire sculpture with water themes
    • All Summer at Cuckle Button Gallery, Perkins Cove, Ogunquit, MA, Wire Sculpture and oil paintings,Tuesday- Sunday 12-8

    Paul Pedulla