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BOLD EXPRESSIONS
Bold Expressions is an absolute explosion of color. It is a collection of thirty-two abstract paintings in acrylic which have been created throughout the past two years by Arthur Tsicoulias of Mashpee. Arthur is inspired by peoples reactions to the mood that color evokes. Some of his works are tropical, happy and bright, while others are set in a more sombre tone, but always, the gestures are bold. Paintings range in size from 11x14 to 30x40. In addition to the original works, there will be some prints available.

Arthur is an artist who works simultaneously in the mediums of abstract expressionist painting and photography. Being a skilled photographer for many years gave Arthur an understanding of the emotional power of color and composition. For the past 16 years he has been immersed in the process of creating layers of paint by using a hairdryer to fix one color, then adding other colors, and scraping with a palette knife. He incises geometric shapes and lines using a pin, nail or charcoal lines to add additional texture to his works.

Woodruff’s Art Center has shown several of Arthur’s abstracts in the past year and they always grab people’s attention and receive rave reviews. 



New Works


September 7:34pm, acrylic by Amy Rice




Hand marbled journals by Miki Lovett




Blown glass by Spenser Lariviere Werner




Atlantic, acrylic by Chris O'Dell Ferguson







Jewelry Boxes by Loretta Garrison
These elegant stained glass jewelry boxes are handmade by artist Loretta Garrison. Each one is one of a kind!







New Pottery from Sarah Caruso
This striking dual colored Poppy Serving Bowl is our newest acquisition by artist Sarah Caruso. All of Sarah's pottery is functional as well as decorative and is safe for use in the microwave or dishwasher.