This fall the Galleries at Sprout CoWorking in Providence and Warren, RI will be open weekdays 9-12 for visitors to view the work of local artists in person. The current Providence show will also be featured as part of the September Gallery Night Providence virtual event.
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Tune in below for an interview with the artist from the September 17th Virtual Gallery Night on Facebook. For more online programming and tours of Providence’s many art galleries, please visit Gallery Night Providence’s website.
The Gallery at Sprout in Warren (489 Main Street) is featuring quilt works by Rhode Island Threads, a local fiber art group who use fabric, thread, paint and other mixed media to create works of art. They challenge each other by practicing skills, learning new techniques and supporting each other with respectful critique and a shared love of the art form. View more of the group’s quilt artwork in our August art blog, and check out a video tour of the show here: https://gopro.com/v/KRXEqL8Z1lGQG.
This October wildlife photographer Peter Green will display his new book Providence Raptors: Documenting the Lives of Urban Birds of Prey and photographs at the Gallery at Sprout in Providence. As part of the October Gallery Night Providence on October 15th, Peter will do a live-stream interview and outdoor book signing event at 166 Valley Street.