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“Bad Year on the Farm,” photography by Lenny Rumpler.

Opening Reception at IMAGO in Warren

Opening Reception at IMAGO in Warren

Imago Foundation for the Arts will hold a reception celebrating the opening of a group exhibit featuring the art work of member Lenny Rumpler and guest artists John Boland and David Gonville. Mr. Rumpler is an accomplished photographer and Barrington resident who made the switch to digital after more than 40 years of traditional photography.


Art Show Opening in Portsmouth

The Portsmouth Arts Guild Center for the Arts is holding an opening reception for their Members’ Non-Juried Show. This all-media show will run through May 19, from 1-5 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. WHERE: Portsmouth Arts Guild, 2679 E. Main Rd. WHEN: 6-8 p.m., April 12 COST: Free MORE INFO:; 401/293-5ART


‘It’s a Beautiful World’ Opening Reception

Featuring local artists in a juried group exhibit, selling many mediums of fine art and fine craft. Represented artists exhibiting as well. Light refreshments and live music by Micah Kievitt. WHERE: Hope Gallery Fine Art & Fine Craft, 435/437 Hope St., Bristol WHEN: April 6, 5-9 p.m. COST: Free MORE INFO: 401/396-9117;


“Town & Country” Show at Portsmouth Arts Guild

As Portsmouth celebrates its 375th anniversary this month, the Portsmouth Arts Guild’s current show, aptly titled “Town and Country,” is exhibiting 50 pieces of artwork offering an assortment of interpretations on the theme.  From the small sculpture of a woman in country dress, titled “The Bird Lady Goes to Town”, by Portsmouth artist Sandy Dwares,

Venus, assemblage by Tom Deininger

Donovan Gallery Reopens for Spring

After a short winter break, the Donovan Gallery reopened last week with a new exhibit, The Promise of Spring, featuring new works by the gallery’s contributing artists. This show will run through April. Where: 3895 Main Rd., Tiverton Four Corners When: Wednesday through Friday 11a.m.-4 p.m,  Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sundays noon


Community art exhibit in Warren

“Arabesque,” a ceramic sculpture by Cathy Scanlan of Warren, is one of the many works of art featured at Imago’s annual Open Community Exhibit. More than 60 artists will be featured in the show, which is hosted by the Imago Foundation for the Arts. The public is invited to a free reception from 7-9  p.m.