Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Welcome summer at Judith Klein's gallery

Opening this Saturday at the Judith Klein Art Gallery in New Bedford!

Three artists with studios at 88 Hatch Street will be participating in a new group show: Lori BradleyCatherine Carter; and Adrian Tio.

The Summer 2017 show runs from June 24 to August 15, with an opening reception planned for this Saturday, June 24, from 5 to 8 p.m. There will also be special evening hours for upcoming summertime AHA! nights, including Thursday, July 18 and Thursday, August 10 from 5 to 8 p.m.

Stop by and see a wide variety of paintings, prints, textiles and photographs by area artists, including your friends from Hatch Street! A total of 12 artists will be represented in the show.

The gallery is located at 127 West Rodney French Boulevard, Space #31. For more information, visit or call 508.965.7396.

Here are some sneak peeks:

Monday, June 5, 2017

Show of Hands opens in Boston

Hatch Street artist Catherine Carter (Studio 409) has curated a four-person exhibit at the Fort Point Arts Community Gallery in Boston, titled "Show of Hands: Gestural Works on Paper." The show features Adria Arch, KB Breiseth, Anthony Falcetta, as well as works by Catherine, all of whom use distinctive mark-making that reveals the movement of their hands as they work.

You are invited to join the artists at their talk this Saturday, June 10 from 4 to 5 p.m., or for the reception on Thursday, June 15 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

The gallery, located at 300 Summer Street in Boston, is open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and the show runs from June 8 to August 1.

Take a look!

Entrance to gallery

Artworks by Anthony Falcetta (left), Adria Arch (center and right wall), and KB Breiseth (right side of square display).

Artworks by KB Breiseth (left), Catherine Carter (center) and Anthony Falcetta (right).

Artworks by Anthony Falcetta (left), Adria Arch (center) and KB Breiseth (right).

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Artist Joseph Moniz announces summer shows

Hatch Street artist Joseph Moniz (Studio 410) will be included in the 60th Chautauqua Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art in Chautauqua Institution, NY. His painting "Ritual" (below) will be on display as part of the exhibition.

He will also be participating in a group show of gallery artists at Gallery Antonia in Chatham, MA, with an opening on July 15 from 4 to 6 p.m.

We offer our congratulations!

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Planning Stage: selection process for our summer show

Hatch Street Studios is honored to announce that we have been invited to show our work in a group exhibition at Van Vessem Gallery in Tiverton, Rhode Island, this summer. As a first step toward the presentation, gallerist Marika Van Vessem visited our building today to select specific pieces to be included in the show. Accompanied and advised by her friend Miriam Clifford, Marika expressed appreciation for the wide variety of media and styles represented by the artists at Hatch Street.

The exhibit will run from July 8 to August 5, with an opening reception set for July 8 from 5 to 8 p.m. Please plan to join us for our opening, or stop by the gallery while the show is on display. For information on the gallery, visit

Thank you, Marika, we appreciate your invitation and look forward to showing our work with you!

Marika (right) and Miriam look through a series of prints by Michael Hecht.

Marika takes a closer look at one of Pam Hoss's large-scale drawings.

Marika photographs a painting by Joe Moniz as documentation for the works she plans to include in the summer show.

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Hatch Street goes to Brookline

Hatch Street artist Michelle Lapointe (Studio 407) will exhibit two of her beautiful stained glass pieces, "Galaxy Light Box" and "Intertwined," in an upcoming show at the Brookline Arts Center titled "Contemporary Craft."

There will be an opening reception on Friday, June 16 from 6 to 8 p.m.

The Brookline Arts Center is located at 86 Monmouth Street, Brookline, MA.

For more information, visit or call 617.566.5715.

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

New gallery, new show!

The perfect way to spend your Friday evening: visit a brand new gallery at Hatch Street!

Denn Santoro and Helen Granger have transformed Space 306a of the Hatch Street building into the S&G Project Gallery, and their first show opens with a reception this Friday, May 5 from 5 to 8 p.m.

Their inaugural exhibit will feature multi-media assemblage artist Holly Carruthers, whose work combines found objects in an effort to "make sense of a world full of stuff." 

The artist says her "vast collection of pilfered wood, glass, metal, ephemera and accoutrement are assembled, fused, overlapped, reorganized and juxtaposed" to create work that is "surreal, dream-like, lyrical, and otherworldly."

Holly's show, titled "Junkstaposition: Upcycling Found Objects to Art," will include 22 of her assemblages. The exhibition will remain on view until June 10. 

Beyond Friday's reception, the gallery will be open by event, appointment or chance; you may email Denn at or call him at 774.279.2606.

Stop by to see this intriguing art, and meet the artist and the gallerists! A group of other Hatch Street artists will have their studios open as well, including Lori Bradley, who has recently relocated from a fourth floor space to a new studio on the second floor, # 211. Also, you can visit Michael and Joan Tracey in Studio 306 (abstract and Impressionist acrylic paintings and ink drawings) and Michelle Lapointe, the Glass Connector (stained glass and abstract paintings) in Studio 407.

For more information on Holly Carruthers' work and on the S&G Project Gallery, check out their website at

There is ample free parking at Hatch Street Studios, and the elevator will be staffed for easy and handicapped access. See you there!

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Hatch Street women reach out to upcoming artists

Women from Hatch Street Studios showed their support for the next generation by participating in Saturday's Work, Women, and Art symposium at the New Bedford Art Museum/Artworks.

This event invites junior and senior high school students who identify as female to network with adult  women professionals in the arts and learn more about real life in an artistic career. (By rough count, there were 20 professionals and 40 students in attendance.)

The day began with a presentation by guest speaker Beth McLaughlin, senior curator at the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, who talked about her involvement with the Pussyhat Project and the museum's upcoming exhibit on the craftivism movement. Guests then broke into small groups where panels of art professionals gave details on their career highlights and personal experiences. After more networking over a pizza lunch, students attended workshops on preparing portfolios and applying to art school.

A great time was had by all! Representatives from Hatch Street Studios included Kim Barry, Catherine Carter, Helen Granger, and Michelle Lapointe.