Just Looking

Posted by Rob Walker on December 11, 2008
Posted Under: Artists,Just Looking,To Do

“Moss Hill Modern”, originally uploaded by leahgiberson.

Via Poppytalk:

If you’re in the Boston area this Friday evening, Leah Giberson has six new paintings in the group show, Cloth Paper, Scissors at pinkcoma gallery.

When: Friday, December 12, 5 – 11 PM
Where: pinkcomma, 81B Wareham Street

UPDATE: I indicated that I thought this was a one-night only event but (see comments) Giberson reports that the work will remain on display & for sale until Dec. 20 “or thereabouts.” So if you’re in Boston, check it out.

Giberson Flickr set of the six paintings is here.

Further diversion may be found at MKTG Tumblr, and the Consumed Facebook page.

Reader Comments

That’s so cool, I live in JP where Moss Hill is located. I’ll have to check this out.

#1 
Written By Michelle McCormack on December 11th, 2008 @ 10:12 am

I gather it’s one night only (tonight) if I understand correctly. But if you go, let me know how it is. I think her paintings look great.

#2 
Written By Rob Walker on December 12th, 2008 @ 10:49 am

One of my customers sent me the link to this posting. Thanks so much for mentioning the event and for the nice words about my work – I’m a big fan of your writing, Rob. As far as the “Design Nearby” show goes, I was under the impression that it was a one night thing as well, but it turns out that most of the work will remain on display and availble to purchase at pink comma gallery through the 20th (or thereabout). So for anyone in the Boston area, who wasn’t able to make it last night they still have some time to get over to Wareham st.

http://www.pinkcommagallery.com

Thanks again.

#3 
Written By Leah Giberson on December 13th, 2008 @ 1:00 pm

Hi Leah, Thanks for the info! I will update the post (and fix the link to your site which doesn’t seem to be working — sorry). And seriously, your work looks great. Cheers/ rw

#4 
Written By Rob Walker on December 14th, 2008 @ 12:28 pm

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