Barbara West at the Brewery is pleased to present 1984, a group exhibition featuring works by Ray McSavaney, Stix and Jones, Lola Ramona, Beau Lambert and James Weir. This collection of works includes practices of painting, drawing, mixed media and photography, as well as studies of figurative, architectural, landscape and still life subjects. What connects these pieces are their creators, all of whom work in “1984,” the Brewery’s most easily overlooked and under explored address. Please join us for the opening on Wednesday, April 6th to celebrate the genius of climbing the fire escape.
Barbara West at the Brewery is a series of rotating exhibitions taking place at Barbara’s, the restaurant/bar hidden in the heart of the Brewery Arts Complex. The Brewery is considered the world’s largest live-work arts complex with an estimated 500 resident and day-use artists representing every field of creation. Barbara’s provides a welcoming environment for artists, art lovers, musicians, writers and business people to meet, exchange ideas and cut a little loose. As a curatorial project, Barbara West at the Brewery provides a forum for resident and non-resident artists who are actively pursuing creative development. Additional information about Barbara West at the Brewery can be found by visiting us on ArtSlant.com.
Directions: From North Main Street, turn South onto Moulton Avenue. Turn left into the second driveway on the left, onto the Brewery property. Barbara's is the yellow building directly ahead of you with the neon "open" sign. Parking is free.