Posted by: acarlson | October 22, 2009

BPC Member News, the fall edition!

Photo by Valentina Oppezzo

Photo by Valentina Oppezzo

Valentina Oppezzo is participating in October Heritage Month organized by Italia Unita. Please join her for her opening on October 29th from 6:30-8:30 at 80 Border Street, East Boston (Atlantic Works Building, which is close to the Maverick T station). You’ll see her work featuring toys and food, as well as landscape photos taken in Trieste, Italy, where Valentina lived for eight years. The exhibition is now on display through October 31st.

Photo by Jonathan Fine

Photo by Jonathan Fine

Jonathan Fine has a solo exhibition starting on October 24th at JP Licks in Coolidge Corner. His work will be on display through November 30th. Please join him for a reception on November 4th from 7-9pm. JP Licks, 311 Harvard St. Brookline, MA

Three Girls Dancing

Three Girls Dancing

The Illuminations Gallery at Massachusetts General Hospital provides a welcome comfort to cancer patients and their families. Gail Fischer’s series, “Not In Kansas Anymore” will be displayed from October 27th through January 30, 2010. 7 of the 10 photographs featured have been hand embellished with oil pastels and lead pencils. Gail says she’s delighted to be part of Illuminations after accompanying friends during their cancer treatments.

Gail invites you to attend a public reception on October 27th from 5:30-7pm. Opening remarks at 6pm. 10th floor of the Yawkey Center for Outpatient Care at Massachusetts General Hospital Complex. Free parking and hors d’Oeuvres.



  1. Incredibly great read! Really.

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