For those of you scoping out Boston’s Open Studios season, look lively! Roslindale Open Studios is early this year! The Rozz gets its art on October 22nd and 23rd, and you should be a part of it. Explore the work of almost one hundred artists in all mediums. Cruise around by bike, drive to home studios, or use our ample parking areas in the village and wander on foot. You can download a map and guide here or pick one up at these groups sites where lots of artists are showing together:
- Roslindale Congregational Church - 25 Cummins Hwy (19 Artists + Music + Cafe)
- Roslindale House - 120 Poplar Street (14 Artists + Home Studio Artists Gallery)
- Boston School of Modern Languages - 814 South Street (10 Artists + Photo Booth + Bake Sale)
These three spots are all close to Roslindale Square where you’ll find some good snack and lunch options, too. Eat something! This art-viewing takes some energy! Mosey farther afield and you'll find many talented artists in their own local studios.
I’ll be at the Boston School of Modern Languages, right beside the Roslindale Square Commuter Rail parking lot. Free parking there on Sunday!
My focus this year is to display all of the new work in watercolor and oils I’ve created over the summer. One highlight is a special first public viewing of “Cloudsweep,” a very large oil on canvas scene from the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
So come to Roslindale! Wander. If the weather is good stroll our streets and soak in some sun. When you do visit a studio talk with us! We love to answer questions about our art. We’re not here to make high-pressure sales, just happy to see you walk through the door. Get to know us. You may connect with an artist’s story and passion.
Hope you can make it to Roslindale Open Studios, our neighborhood’s celebration of art!