13Forest Gallery: 'Plenty 2022' opens; party Dec. 16

13Forest Gallery

UPDATED Nov. 19: 13Forest Gallery, which reopened at 167A Mass. Ave. on May 21 after having been displaced by a fire next door in August 2021, has announced that a new exhibition, "Plemty 2022," which opened Saturday, Nov. 19, from 4 to 6 p.m.

Holiday party set for Friday, Dec. 16, from 6 to 8 p.m. 

A statement from the gallery said that "After a tumultuous year, we have plenty to be thankful for. We are so grateful to be back in the gallery this holiday season and to bring you our 15th annual 'Plenty' exhibition."

Above: Deborah Peeples, detail from Heat Wave, encaustic on panel

 13Forest Gallery is pleased to present Plenty 2022. Opening just in time for Thanksgiving, Plenty highlights the work of 60 New England artists, a number of whom are exhibiting with us for the first time. Plenty offers something for everyone, from painting, drawing and printmaking to photography, sculpture and stained glass. Every year we look forward to putting together a show of the best artists Boston has to offer so that you can find the perfect gift for the important people in your life (or yourself!). 

This year marks a special anniversary for the gallery, as we commemorate 15 years of celebrating the holidays with you. We hope to see you at our holiday party so we can celebrate together.

At right: Deborah Peeples, detail from Heat Wave, encaustic on panel

 

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday: noon to 6

This news announcement, based on information provided by art gallery owner Marc Gurton, was updated Nov. 18, 2022, to add description of a new exhibit. 

 
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