13Forest Gallery

From left: Ted Ollier, detail from Variable Lego Mosaic, letterpress on paper; Ilana Krepchin, detail from Geometric Kinetic Sculpture #5, stainless steel and stained glass; Ellen Shattuck Pierce, detail from Public Servant Toile Part 2, linocut on paper; CW Roelle, detail from Follow the Mail, Stay to the Right #1, painted steel wire.U UPDATED June 16: 13Forest Gallery was the host for performances for Porchfest, at 4 p.m. Saturday, June 15. 

American Ink, a local punk/alternative band, played at the East Arlington gallery, 167A Mass. Ave. s

Additionally, the gallery hled a sale through Sunday, June 16. All items priced mroe than $100 were 10 percent off that weekend.

13fForest currently has an exhibition titled "Duets"; the opening reception was Saturday, June 1, from 4 to 6 p.m. A recent news release calls this a collaborative exhibition among two pairs of artists: Ilana Krepchin and Ted Ollier, and Ellen Shattuck Pierce and CW Roelle.

The first pair of artists created pieces inspired by the "everyday tribulations of an artist with a day job," according to the release. Their work depicts mailbox decor and lawn art.

The second pair of artists have made art focused on geometric forms, shape, line and color. This work is said to have used a printmaking process involving printing plates made of Lego bricks.

This exhibition is expected to run through July 19. Those with inquiries are asked to contact Marc Gurton or Caitee Hoglund at 13Forest Gallery by phone at 781-641-3333 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Upcoming Events at 13Forest Gallery

Saturday, June 15, at 4 p.m.: "How We Burn"

Saturday, June 22, from 4 to 6 p.m.: "It Takes Two," a conversation with the artists

Saturday, July 13, from 4 to 6 p.m.: "Show and Tell," a demonstration with foraged materials sculptor Claire Millett Lima.

This news announcement was updated May 29, 2024, based on information from 13Forest Gallery's newsletter, and again late June 1, to indicate that the reception is over but that the exhibition itself is ongoing till late July. It was updated most recently June 16.