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March 14th - April 27th, 2013
Opening Reception:

Thursday, March 21st 5-9PM
Thursday, April 18th, 5-9PM
Art, Food & Wine
May 28th 5-7pm
April 25th 5-7pm

PROVIDENCE R.I. On Thursday, March 21th, 2013 join us for the opening reception for our newest exhibition, "The Square Show", from 5:00-9:00pm.

"The Square Show", a popular new type of gallery exhibition style from across the pond is about to pop up at Gallery Z! This upcoming trend in Europe has spiked our interest, and we cannot wait to see how our artists and gallery goers react to this style of showing art. As always, we have a very diverse collection of artists, but this time they all have the same guidelines. Each artist that has chosen to participate in this show has been given three canvases. One is 12x12in, one is 16x16in, and one is 20x20in. Each of the artists' three canvases reflects their styles and chosen mediums. One of the most exciting details of this show is that the price points are very fair; $250(small), $450(medium), and $650(large).

This fresh concept is a phenomenal way to show off our 122nd exhibit in our 12th year, and to hopefully bring the warmer weather in with a little bit of imagination and excitement. Although each artist is given the same sized canvases, they all still have very different styles in mediums. There will be paintings, drawings, photography, mixed media, some found object work, and more. By the time these artists are done working the canvases, the only thing identical of all the works in this show will be the sizes of the art. We have never done anything like this, so be sure to come check it out. The artists in this exhibit are: Christine Ashley b.1951, Anoush Bargamian b. 1963, Maggie Bouchard b.1990, Mike Bryce b. 1967, Bonnie Buck b.1944, Bob Dilworth b.1951, Linda DiFrenna b.1949, Kim Ellery b.1963, Judith Ferrara b.1942 , Stacey Graham b.1975, Eveline Luppi b.1951, Alaina Mahoney b.1987, Stephanie Marzella b. 1961, Farnaz Mobbayan b.1973, Ian Mohon b.1975, Kevork Mourad b.1970, Brian O'Malley b.1970, Julian Penrose b.1961, Sandra Pezzullo b.1963, Ewa Romaszewicz b.1977, Christian Rubeck b.1966, Shari Rubeck b.1970, Amy Ryan b.1962, Erin Starr b.1970, Melissa Thyden b.1987, Sirarpi Heghinian Walzer b.1958, Toba Weintraub b.1948, CC Wolf b.1947, and Vincent Wolf b.1977.

The exhibit runs through April 27th, and there will be Opening Receptions on March 21st, from 5-9 PM, and April 18th, from 5 -9 PM.

Also, on the last Thursday of every month, a participating Public Art Window non-profit organization hosts a fundraising event at Gallery Z to elevate public consciousness for their cause. This month on Thursday March 28th, from 5-7, (Gallery Z's Art, Food, and Wine Creating Awareness for a Cause) Gallery Z will partner with The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra. The Orchestra is entering its 68th season this year, continuing their mission of enriching and transforming "Rhode Island and our region through performance and education." The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra's vision is "to be the national model for the 21st Century symphony orchestra, providing performances and education programs that are of exceptional quality and are relevant and accessible." -->