“MADE IN THE BERKSHIRES” playwright contest, has written a new play: “ONE-NIGHT STAND” (A Love Story), is a poignant trilogy that explores the dynamics of love across a span of time from 1918 Small-Town USA to 1985 New York City.
It will be performed as a reading at the DIANA FELBER GALLERY in West Stockbridge at 7 PM on Saturday and Sunday, the 23rd and 24th of September.
The excellent cast includes Kristin Grippo, Gray Simons and Frank Gioia with Doug Schmolze performing the music.
Seating is limited. For ticket information contact Diana at the Diana Felber Gallery at 413-232-7007. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
DIANA FELBER GALLERY in West Stockbridge at 7 PM on Saturday and Sunday, the 23rd and 24th of September.
High Summer Show : 3 Special Artists
August 5 – September 17
Opening reception/ Saturday, August 5, 6-8pm
Sarah Brayer, Artist Talk/ Sunday, August 6, from 4-6 pm.
Though each of these artists works in very different styles, they are all well known in their respective worlds. We are proud to present them in an exhibition this summer, where each is presented in their best light. They all have museum representation.
Sarah Brayer, a resident of Kyoto, Japan for many years, has taken on more than a lifestyle of Japan – She “paints” in a most original style – using “washi” paper – a handmade product into which color is added, creating many different effects – dreamy – ethereal – even nighttime skies. Her work has achieved international recognition. On Sunday, Sarah will share her story - how her work evolved and the techniques she uses to creates her marvelous images.
Warner Friedman, well known to the Berkshires and far beyond , brings us his best work: architectural frameworks, with views to the countryside, whether a river, or cornfields. Sometimes he pairs his artworks with a painting that pays homage to modern masters like Picasso, Modigliani or Ellsworth Kelly.
Harriette Joffe has been shown in galleries in Santa Fe and the Hamptons for many years. This year we are pleased to bring some of her prolific work to the Berkshires. We will be showing her storied work, fables from the Bible and Fairy Tales.
Bluesy, jazzy, folksy, sultry, sassy, and dreamy, Licia Sky sings with a big heart and a big voice. Her original songs, intimate presence, and a dose of irony and humor make for a delightful evening with her music. Licia joins us Friday evening fresh from conducting a week long workshop at Kripalu. Come join us for this fun evening in the intimate setting of our Gallery!
On Saturday and Sunday, we close our current show by hosting a reception to coincide with a special show of extraordinary sculptures from our young, talented next door neighbor, Eli Merrit. Making this an even more special weekend, we are offering 10% off on all our exquisite, tasteful art.
Another diverse and wonderful show coming up: a couple from France will be featured in the Alcove: Anne Servantin Loeb's elegant ceramics will be accompanied by her husband David Loeb's beautiful paintings; landscapes primarily, but perhaps even a still life. Ali Moshiri has brought in his "night fishing" series, as well as a couple of sumptuous "Spring Garden" paintings. Murray Hochman returns with a series of dreamy, airy abstracts, & Judy Mauer, a new photographer for the Gallery, will be showing some of her Dolls, as well as her abstract images. And for serious fun, Jorge Silveira will tickle you with his portraits.