Although Gallery NAGA remains closed, Nicole Chesney’s new paintings are installed in her studio in Rhode Island (aka NAGA South).
If you are considering a painting we would be happy to provide additional photos and videos or discuss a studio visit that aligns with Rhode Island’s Department of Health’s safety guidelines.
photos: Studio DTW
“I was trying to find a creative way to hold up our postcard-sized Rick Fox paintings to show scale without showing my disastrous quarantine fingernails. Here is one sitting in a Magnolia tree… nature’s easel!! They looked beautiful bouncing in the wind.” (see a video here)
“When I told Nicole Chesney about a dream I had – a yellow painting glowing from inside a public space – I never thought she’d make it come to life and then surprise me with it. It took a year, but I finally used the extra time I had on Mother’s Day, to install it. It was worth the wait; it makes me smile at every point in my day.”
|Here’s Andrea checking on the gallery wearing a cyanotype mask made by our artist, Jaclyn Kain. Newbury Street was a ghost town!|
Our next online-only exhibition, Peter Vanderwarker’s “Vanderwarker’s Cities,” will launch on Friday, June 5, at 10 am at www.gallerynaga.com.
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We hope that everyone is staying safe and healthy. We miss you!