Generally I have been hesitant to loan paintings out for display in restaurants around town although, it seems like a pretty popular/easy exhibition option in Boston… or maybe it is restaurants around Boston that have been hesitant to hang freaky portraits and morbid nudes? Either way, Voltage is different. Not only is is an awesome coffee shop, it also has a great exhibition space. Pieces actually look good hung and have enough space to command attention. So when Liz of Flux-Boston.com asked me to participate in a show that she was organizing there, I jumped at the chance. It also didn’t hurt that Liz collected such a great group of artists for me to share the walls with. Check out the facebook event page for the opening reception, and keep reading after the image for more details and a complete list of participating artists.
“What better way to kick off the return of fall than with a crash course contemporary art lesson on the who’s who of upcoming Boston visual artists. Come to Voltage Coffee & Art on Friday September 9th for the opening of FLUX. Offline, a brick and mortar curation by digital art reviewer/sweetheart Elizabeth Devlin.
Step away from the glow of the computer screen, get gussied and slough off the work week at the opening reception, Friday September 9th, 7:00-10:00pm for an evening of art, libations, grub, tunes, and delightful conversation.”