Beneath the Layers
Cotuit Center for the Arts, Cotuit MA
The Barnstable Patriot written by Patriot Staff
Eight members of the ArtSynergies group are convening their work at the center, presenting "Exposure: Beneath the Layers," a wide-ranging exhibition theme whose varied definitions have… read more>>
TRACES LEFT BEHIND
3 Park Street, Middlebury, Vermont. Exhibition will be on view at the PhotoPlace Gallery.
Juror Matthew Christopher selected Mary Doering’s image: “What Remains” out of a field of 1,400 applicants as one of the forty images to be printed and hung… read more>>
Juror: Daniel Embree
The Printmakers of Cape Cod was organized in 1976 by Marcia Howe, a printmaker living in Orleans, to encourage, assist and promote printmaking artists on Cape Cod as well as to provide educational opportunities for new printmakers, collectors and others interested… read more>>
Jurors Laurie Kaplowitz, Stacy Lang Savage and Katha Seidman accepted Doering’s Image titled: “VW Bus and Bell Bottoms.”
Cotuit Center for the Arts, Cotuit, MA.
Packet Galleries, 311 Stony Brook Road, Brewster, MA 02631
Works by ArtSynergies members Mary Doering and Barbara Ford Doyle are part of this exhibition.
HIGGINS ART GALLERY: Cape Cod Community College
Reception/Meet the artist: October 2, 5:30-7:30.
There will be ongoing printmaking demonstrations and hands-on activities on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 11AM to 1PM. Tuesday September 9: Monotype Printmaking with Sara Ringler,… read more>>
Cape Cod Museum of Art
Curated by Shawn Dahlstrom. This exhibition showcases the work of 49 women from across Cape Cod, working in a variety of media: painting, photography, printmaking, glass, fiber, mixed media, sculpture, encaustic, and conceptual. The women range from 22-82 and include emerging artists… read more>>
Cotuit Center for the Arts
Mikael Carstanjen and Mary Doering often photograph at the same location—a Provincetown playground, local beaches and fish piers, Maine boatyards, an abandoned train station, and their own garden. The inspiration for this exhibit comes from the idea; It’s not what… read more>>