February Art Preview

Maria Napolitano fragile with geological patterns 1

February Art Preview

Ten shows to check out in February, arranged by the date of the opening and/or closing. This month we also say goodbye to two galleries: Gallery 4 in Tiverton Four Corners will close after fifteen years, and The Providence Center for Photographic Arts is also shutting down.

featured image: Maria Napolitano, Fragile with Geological Patterns (ArtProv)

Opening:

Anne Morgan Spalter, Cosmic Waves
Anne Morgan Spalter: Cosmic Waves
Main Gallery at URI Kingston
105 Upper College Road, Kingston
January 23 – February 23
opening reception Tuesday, January 30 (3:45-5pm)

foundation for west africa at Warwick Center for the Arts
The Foundation for West Africa
Warwick Center for the Arts
3259 Post Road, Warwick
January 24 – February 22
opening reception Thursday, February 1 (6-8pm)

Isabel Mattia, trace/erase at Hunter Gallery
Isabel Mattia: trace/erase

Hunter Gallery at St. George’s School
372 Purgatory Road, Middletown
February 2 – March 2
opening reception Friday,  February 2 (6:30-7:30pm)

mariko kusumoto, garden mosaic
Fiber and Glass
Bristol Art Museum
10 Wardwell Street, Bristol
February 9 – March 25
opening reception Friday, February 9
pictured: Mariko Kusumoto, Garden Mosaic

Gabriel Warren
Duets
ArtProv
150 Chestnut Street (3rd Floor), Providence
February 9 – March 17
opening reception Friday, February 9 (5-9pm)
pictured: Gabriel Warren, Empurologia

Masha Ryskin and Serge Marchetta
Masha Ryskin and Serge Marchetta: Wanders

Chazan Gallery at Wheeler School
228 Angell Street, Providence
February 15 – March 2
opening reception Thursday, February 15 (5-7pm)

Maya weaving RISD Museum
From the Loom of a Goddess: Reverberations of Guatemala Maya Weaving

RISD Museum
20 North Main Street, Providence
February 23 – August 19

Ongoing:

De-natured
de-natured

Dorrance H. Hamilton Gallery at Salve Regina University
Corner of Lawrence and Leroy Avenues, Newport
now – February 14

dianne reilly rhode island college
Dianne Reilly: Memento Vestige
Bannister Gallery at Rhode Island College
600 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Providence
now – February 23

“The Economics of Consent,” Jessica Cabral, 2018.
Out of Context

One Way Gallery
140 Boon Street, Narragansett
now – February 25
pictured: Jessica Cabral, The Economics of Consent