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Door 3 Presents: MAKE READY Monoprints Of James Weinberg

Written by Boston Biker on Oct 30

Got this in the email, another quality art show at Broadway Bikes

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Door 3 Presents: M A K E R E A D Y !
Silkscreen Monoprints by James Weinberg


This show features silkscreen prints with up to 15 layers, each print is one of a kind.

Opening Reception
Thursday November 8th
7-9pm
on view til December 5th.

 

view the artist’s website for more !

http://weinbergdesign.com/


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Door 3 Gallery Presents: Nightmare On Broadway Group Show

Written by Boston Biker on Sep 07

The next great event at the Door 3 Gallery will focus on YOUR submissions to the theme …

“A Nightmare on Broadway  – The Bike of your Dreams”

We like to leave a lot of wiggle room in our themes so folks can expand their creative consciousness; bonus points if you include a bike in the image! So get busy – you have till October 8th to send in your work. Do you paint, draw, photograph, lithograph, whatever your craftygraph – have fun and don’t worry – we don’t scare easily. You can contact us at [email protected] with any questions!

The opening reception will be Thursday, October 11th from 7-9pm. Having issues picking out your Halloween costume, here’s a great opportunity to take it out for a test run before all those party’s at the end of the month. The art will be on display during regular shop hours until November 4th.

As usual Broadway Bicycle School will provide the treats.

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Door 3 Gallery Show

Written by Boston Biker on Oct 22

Did you know there is a sweet little art gallery at Broadway Bicycle? Now you know! Check out the next show.

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depositshow

Each night the staff at the Broadway Bicycle School accounts for the day’s finances and saves this data in an envelope that will hold that day’s deposit slips. In early summer 2009 the staff of the Broadway Bicycle School began creating images on the deposit envelopes to the delight of their co-workers. The Door 3 Gallery, in honor of the last show of the season, displays these deposit envelopes now.
Reception October 29th from 7pm to 9pm. The usual dainties will be served.


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