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Artist James Mullen Pilgrimage: Exploring Destination Landscapes

Artist James Mullen
Pilgrimage: Exploring Destination Landscapes

Saturday, May 30th, from 2:00 – 4:00 PM:

Join us on Saturday, May 30th for the FINAL of our regularly scheduled ArtSpace Maynard Online talks. Artist James Mullen will present work from an upcoming exhibition of his landscape paintings at ArtSpace titled, “Pilgrimage: Exploring Destination Landscapes.”

Since ArtSpace is now in the process of reopening, we will also do a quick (2-3 minutes each) series of reflections on what the past few months has been like, what we’ve learned, and what we hope for the future.

When: May 30, 2020 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Topic: ArtSpace Maynard Online Talk with James Mullen

Register in advance for this webinar:


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. This online gathering is FREE and open to the public. It will be recorded and posted to the Maynard ArtSpace Facebook page.

We are thrilled to share that ArtSpace Maynard is in the process of carefully re-opening to ArtSpace studio artists! Until further notice, our galleries will remain closed to the public. We look forward to sharing more opportunities to engage in the arts from a distance soon!


Register to attend this virtual meeting

Join painters Diane Novetsky and Marjorie Kaye as they discuss their work, art practice, and ideas with Artscope Magazine publisher Kaveh Mojtabai. During this meeting, they’ll discuss their recent exhibition, “Strange Circuitry” at ArtSpace Maynard which was closed last month. This webinar will provide a virtual meeting space for artists, curators and all those interested in the arts.

Kaye and Novetsky’s work features organic forms pulsating in a universe of bold color, high energy and vibrant sensuality. Kaye crafts dense paintings on small, shaped plywood and Novetsky works on large canvases. Their paintings explore a centrifugal movement of elements that form a central core. The use of color is visceral, saturated and hypnotic; swirling with an energy that is both harmonic and disturbing.