We're popping up in Boston for one night only to celebrate the opening reception of The British Are Coming: A Variation on a Colonial Theme at PatchNYC. Thursday October 12, 2017 from 6-9pm.
The British are Coming features two very special artists from the UK, Rachel Eardley and Grainne Morton. Rachel & Grainne are jewelry designers who will be presenting their vintage-inspired work in the gallery next to a new collection of PATCH NYC art + decor based on a colonial theme...with a twist!
Complimentary hot beverages (hot toddies, of course!) will be provided by The Captain's Daughters and teas will be available for purchase.
Join us for the Opening Reception of Morgan Dyer's solo show at The Captain's Daughters.
Morgan's work is inspired by the landscape and it’s shifting qualities. Her abstract paintings and studies are seen through the lens of memory; an escape or initiation towards it. These shifting shapes exist in an atmosphere that can express clarity, or complete fog. Memories that are transformed into paint become an attempt to understand a connection with the past and moments she wishes to remember.
Learn more about her work here.
Andy Li is a Boston based artist who focuses on the power of now. He is a MassArt graduate with a BFA in Media and Performance Art with a focus in Film/Video and 3D Sculpture with a focus in Fibers and Soft Sculpture.
A believer in the suggestive nature of positivity, often you will see him encouraging those around him to keep failing in order to keep getting better. Always trying to adapt and evolve, his work and his personal attitude is the visual exploration to the saying, "You can't make an omelette without cracking a few eggs."
Join us for the Opening Reception of Andy Li's show at The Captain's Daughters where he is showing an all-new group of embroidered pennant flags through the end of September.
Check out his website here.
Kevin Lucey is a Beverly, MA based painter who holds a BFA from Montserrat College of Art. Regarding his work, Kevin says, "I camouflage text and other recognizable information with hundreds, sometimes thousands of oscillating dots and dashes. Layers of repetitive mark making transform into skins of color that reveal irregularities and shifts in patterns. Horizontal lines of dots create windows through to previous layers. Sections of buried collage material are made visible through this process. This allows aspects of the collage material to function as formal elements in my work, and opens up a wide variety of interpretations."
Join us for the Opening Reception of Kevin Lucey's solo show which will hang in our gallery for the month of September.
More information about Kevin and images of his work can be seen here.
Join us Friday Sept 1 from 6-9pm as we celebrate the launch of our weekend Pop Up with Idea Lab. These intelligent masculine fashion pieces and accessories capture a combination of city vibe and wanderlust. Design integrity, durability and comfort with a personalized feel are hallmarks that will ultimately make Idea Lab your favorite go to pieces.
Learn more about IDEA LAB here.
John Ross and Don Carney are the founders of Patch NYC, a Boston-based design firm renowned for their handicraft, embellished details, luxe materials, and lavish textile designs.
For the month of August, we are featuring Don Carney's art in the gallery and the shop will showcase a Patch NYC pop-up including pillows, scarves, jewelry and accessories from their esteemed line.
Join us Friday August 4, 2017 for the Opening Reception of Don's show and to kick-off of the Patch NYC pop-up shop.
Shailah Maynard is a Cincinnati-based artist, designer, and creator of the conceptual brand, Working Girls. Founded in 2015, Working Girls specializes in tongue-in-cheek accessories and clothing items with a feminist, and often, satirical undertone.
Working Girls will be featured as a pop-up shop for Girl Splash Weekend, July 21 through July 23, 2017 at The Captain's Daughters located at 384 Commercial Street, Provincetown in the heart of the East End. The entire Working Girls product line will be available for purchase!
Join us for the Opening Reception of our July 2017 show featuring Provincetown artist, Sallie Kane and Gloucester-based artist, Loren Doucette.