Saturday, October 29, 2011

Exquisite Corspe @ OneWay Providence

Join us on Halloween night for Exquisite Corpse with a handful of OneWay artists. Exquisite Corpse is a game in which artists collaborate on drawing one piece, without knowing what the others have drawn. This is a great chance to come to see artists at work! The resulting pieces will be available for sale on the night.

Exquisite Corpse
October 31st, 6-9pm
OneWay Gallery
231 Westminster St.
Providence, RI

Thursday, October 20, 2011

New Hours at our Providence Location

OneWay Gallery Presents : Silver Tides Jewelry Sale

OneWay Gallery will be hosting Silver Tides Jewelry sale nights at both of our locations. The sale will be held at our Providence location (231 Westminster St.) on Thursday, November 17th and at our Narragansett location (140 Boon St.) on Saturday, November 19th. Both sales will run from 6-9pm.

Silver Tides Jewelry is hand crafted by Amber Bettez, who draws her inspiration from the beauty of her everyday surroundings in her hometown of Narragansett. Each piece is unique and whenever possible, made with local materials.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

OneWay Narragansett Now Carrying Art Supplies

Let OneWay Gallery's art inspire your own! Art supplies will now be available at OneWay's gift shop in the Narragansett location. Supplies carried include: 9 different sizes of pre-stretched canvas, oil and acrylic paints, drawing pads and other drawing supplies.

Narragansett Hours:
Wednesday - Friday 4-8pm
Saturday 10-8pm
Sunday 12-5pm

Monday, October 3, 2011

S.W. Dinge

"Upstate" - S.W. Dinge

Born in New York but now residing in Providence, S.W. Dinge has been a long-time exhibitor with One Way Gallery. We currently have a few of his pieces in both locations, including this large-scale painting "Upstate" in Providence. The artist draws from a wide-range of influences and this piece reflects what he describes as his recent attraction to "the immediate gratification of simple, more abstract works."

We spoke to Dinge about the painting and here is what he had to say, "My attempt was to express the cold isolation one might feel while walking alone in a blizzard... I grew up in the northern section of NY state and used to love (and still do) walking in the massive snow storms and how quiet and peaceful it felt to me."

Dinge has succeeded in drawing his audience into the tranquil and encompassing feeling of a snowstorm with the texture, colors and size of "Upstate." Make sure to stop in at 231 Westminster St., Providence to experience the painting for yourself and to catch the rest of the artwork featured in the Pre-Fall Reception.