South End Open Studios
Sep
16
to Sep 17

South End Open Studios

Include Melle Finelli Studio and our neighbors Patch NYC and J. Jake on your South End art crawl!

"With locations throughout the South End neighborhood, over 200 artists will showcase their work, with local galleries displaying work by national and international artists. Free shuttle service will be available to transport visitors to studios and galleries."

 

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Wood You?
Sep
15
to Oct 20

Wood You?

A dynamic selection of contemporary art jewelry by artists from around the globe who have chosen wood as their primary material. 

Featuring work by: Gabrielle Desmarias, Laura Jaklitsch, Luz Arias, Tara Locklear, and Tova Lund

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Techno Color
May
6
to Jun 20

Techno Color

Join us May 6th and 7th for the SoWa Art Walk and see a colorful array jewelry by a selection of artists working in 3D print. We will feature works by artists from around the world including Maria Eife, Birgit Laken, Lynne Maclachlan, Nina Gregg and Nitz & Schieck. 

All works will be available for purchase. Light refreshments will be served.

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More information about SoWa Art Walk available here.

Work will be on view until June 20th!

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Christine Jalio: Past, Loss, Future
Dec
8
to Feb 10

Christine Jalio: Past, Loss, Future

Christine Jalio is an internationally acclaimed contemporary jewelry artist based in Lapua, Finland. She has exhibited her work in top galleries and craft fairs across Europe. In 2015 she was awarded second place in Enjoya't Awards in Barcelona, Spain. Selections from her evocative body of work entitled Past, Loss, Future will be on view at Melle Finelli Studio from December 1, 2016 through January 7, 2017. An opening reception will be held December 8th from 5-9pm at in the courtyard at 46 Waltham Street in Boston's South End. 

In Jalio's own words:

"I am extremely fascinated by the human psyche, intrigued by the past, old age and loss. I get excited by old and worn elements, roughness and decay. My jewellery tells stories of aging and personal loss, stories of the human life span and the transitions, choices and turning points of it. My work method is searching and questioning, my starting point always an emotion. I have great respect for good finishing, craftsmanship and skill. With my work I hope to evoke emotions in other people, move something inside of them.  For me contemporary jewellery is a rebellious art with no actual rules or true limits."

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