Judy Brown Exhibits New Work at Kingston Gallery

December 1, 2022

“In and Thru” Judith Brassard Brown, 2022

Professor Judy Brown has new work up at the Kingston Gallery as part of the exhibition “Celebrate Renewal.” Per the exhibition statement:

“Art itself is a means of renewal: creating it, viewing it, and appreciating its wordless transformative quality. This December Kingston’s mission is to renew our connection to art and to celebrate community after years marked by pandemic and ongoing conflict. In a month-long holiday show to benefit the Boston Medical Center’s Immigrant and Refugee Health Center, Kingston Gallery artists are coming together to “Celebrate Renewal”. The show will feature works in all mediums by member artists. As a “cash and carry” show, members of the public, as well as art collectors, can purchase art from contemporary regional artists to give as gifts during the holiday season. New pieces will replace those sold off the walls, enabling us to showcase new work throughout the run of the show. Kingston will also feature events in the gallery to celebrate the renewal of the season, give patrons a chance to learn more about the mission of the Immigrant and Refugee Health Center, and find moments of respite in music performed by professional musicians in a gallery setting.”

The show’s opening reception is this Friday, December 2nd at Kingston Gallery from 5 to 7:00pm, with free admission. After 7, a ticketed show begins in the gallery that includes a live musical performance by cellist and composer Elena Korableva. Tickets for the show are available on groupmuse.

Celebrate Renewal will be at Kingston Gallery until December 24th.