1.1.15 | Who is Jamie Wyeth
An article on Jamie Wyeth was published in Delaware Today.
Article by Mark Nardone | January, 2015
The review can be read here:
7.30.14 | Jamie Wyeth surpasses Degas' opening attendance record at the MFA
According to the Boston Globe's recent review, Jamie Wyeth Exhibit is a winner for the MFA, Jamie Wyeth has proven to be one of the most popular exhibitions at the Museum in years.
Based on the enormous response from the Jamie Wyeth exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts and our “Recent Paintings” exhibition, we have decided to extend our show through August 10th. We will also add five paintings as a supplement to the current exhibition, which will hang downstairs beginning August 1st. Come see it while you still can!
6.19.14 | Winfred Rembert Master Print Series at MassArt
The annual Master Print Project at MassArt, headed by Nona Hershey and Fred Liang, chooses an artist to help produce professional-level editions with the help of several students and teachers. For an entire week this past March (2014), these volunteers shut down MassArt's 9,000-square-foot printing studio to take direction from Winfred Rembert. The outcome of this intensive session was three stunning sets of complex works on paper, ranging in subject matter, composition, and mode of production - including woodblocks, silkscreen, copperplate etching, and embossing.
Directed and Edited by Dillon Buss
3.15.14 | AD 20/21
Adelson Galleries Boston at AD 20/21
March 27 - 30, 2014
At The Cyclorama
The Boston Center for the Arts,
539 Temont Street, in the South End
3.11.14 | Artscope Light Up The Arts
Artscope Light Up The Arts, April 4th at Adelson Galleries Boston
3.8.14 | Tyson Andree's Mural
Tyson Andree was featured on the front page of the Boston Globe Metro Section painting a mural in front of the gallery.
11.8.13 | John Singer Sargent
Adelson Galleries Boston has just received a collection of 18 works on paper by John Singer Sargent. All of these drawings are currently on view in the gallery and available for purchase. The drawings range from portraiture and genre scenes to mural studies for his commissions at the Boston Public Library and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. This collection complements the current John Singer Sargent Watercolors exhibition at the MFA and The Inscrutable Eye: Watercolors by Sargent in Gardner's Collection on view at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Please contact the gallery for details.
10.23.13 | Upcoming Winfred Rembert Exhibition at Danforth Art
www.danforthart.org/winfredrembert.html 010.20.13 | Spectrum Miami Art Fair
December 4 - 8, 2013
Adelson Galleries Boston will be showing in Booth 101 at the Spectrum Miami Art Fair.
3011 NE 1st Avenue at 31st St.
Miami, FL 33137
06.04.13 | "A Chromatic Mix"
ArtsEditor Feature by D.S. Mangus on the Ten Artists exhibition
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06.01.13 | "From Street Artist To Fine Artist"
4 page feature article on Tyson Andree, his work, and his current exhibition at the Adelson Gallery Boston.
The Boston Globe, Living Section
By Aaron Dentel-Post, Globe Correspondent
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05.10.13 | Ten Artists, Group Exhibition, May 17th through June 30th
Please join us for an opening reception on Friday, May 17th 5:00 - 8:00 PM.
03.15.13 | AD 20/21, March 22-24
The Cyclorama, Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont Street
Adelson Galleries Boston, Booth #8
03.09.13 | Living, Telling, Making: The Art of Winfred Rembert
ArtsEditor Feature, By Jackson Braider, March 09, 2013
View Article Living, Telling, Making the art of Winfred Rembert, experienced
02.12.13 | What's up at Boston-area art galleries: The Boston Globe
By Cate McQuaid, Globe Correspondent, February 12, 2013
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09.20.12 | Boston Revisited
In 1965, I opened Adelson Galleries in a basement store at 134 Newbury Street. My parents had run the Beaze Shop, lamps, shades, frames and pictures in Coolidge Corner, Brookline since 1937. They loved the idea of their son opening a gallery. The street was usually quiet, perhaps somewhat sleepy, but there were many distinguished art galleries from Arlington to Fairfield: Vose, Childs, Harcus Krakow, Shore, Castano, The Guild of Boston Artists, and the Copley Society to name a few. There was camaraderie among the dealers, and they were especially kind to me, given I knew nothing about the business and not much more about art. The sidewalks were filled with ladies in white gloves and hats, and gentlemen in suits and ties. Saturdays the street was busier and those interested in art, students, artists, and buyers alike, roamed the galleries. We sold realist contemporary art and 19th and 20th century American painting, which had a razor thin audience, but was in abundant supply. Our price range was about $50 to $500 on average, with a few high tickets over $1000. Over the next five years we eked out the rent and developed a few collectors; we even sold a few pictures to museums. By the early 1970s the Vietnam protests and a grinding recession devalued Newbury Street and my business. I had an opportunity to move to New York in 1972 and take over the American Department of an important gallery. Over the ensuing decades I have stayed in New York and followed my interest in American art. But I have kept my eye on Boston: specifically my alma mater, Boston University, and the evolving and brilliant Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. In 2012 my son Adam graduated from BU, and it was his wish to open a gallery in Boston along with my daughter Alexa. We visited the now-called SOWA (south of Washington) area and loved it. After a 40+ year hiatus, there are Adelsons in the art business in Boston again. We are all thrilled to be back home.