Bromfield Gallery

Better take the elevator

“Spiral Staircase’’ (archival inkjet print), by Daniel Feldman, in the two-person show with Betsyann Duval entitled “More Light,’’ at Bromfield Gallery, Boston, through Sept. 29.    The gallery says:    “The famous last words uttered by Goethe on his deathbed, ‘More Light,’ has been interpreted imaginatively in this exhibition marking the beginning of autumn.’’

“Spiral Staircase’’ (archival inkjet print), by Daniel Feldman, in the two-person show with Betsyann Duval entitled “More Light,’’ at Bromfield Gallery, Boston, through Sept. 29.

The gallery says:

“The famous last words uttered by Goethe on his deathbed, ‘More Light,’ has been interpreted imaginatively in this exhibition marking the beginning of autumn.’’

Close it for trash pickup

“Closing the Sea 1’’ (black and white silver print), by Patricia Kelliher, in her show "Closing the Sea,’’ which highlights ocean pollution through semi-abstract black and white photos, at Bromfield Gallery, Boston, through Jan. 27.

“Closing the Sea 1’’ (black and white silver print), by Patricia Kelliher, in her show "Closing the Sea,’’ which highlights ocean pollution through semi-abstract black and white photos, at Bromfield Gallery, Boston, through Jan. 27.




Patricia Kelliher, Closing the Sea 1, black and white silver print, 20" x 16", 2018. 

From January 2⎻27, Bromfield Gallery presents the two winners of the SOLO 2019 competition, juried by Howard Yezerski. "Between the Lines" by Christopher Sullivan uses painting's elements to probe relationships; "Closing the Sea" by Patricia Kelliher highlights ocean pollution through semi-abstract black and white photos. The opening reception is Friday, January 4, from 6:00 p.m.⎻8:30 p.m.