"How do I find my artists' style" on Very Private Art

February 13, 2019
Article " How to I find my artist's style"


https://veryprivategallery.com/how-do-i-find-my-artists-style/
 

Article in the Boston Voyager

December 7, 2018
check out the article in the Boston Voyager!



 http://bostonvoyager.com/interview/check-anne-plaisances-artwork/
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Artscope latest cover - We the people

November 5, 2018
Artscope Magazine included Anne Plaisance artwork "Sour Times" on their November-December issue, making a strong statement about the political situation in the United States.





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Full review of the "waste not" exhibition in Artscope Magazine

November 5, 2018
The Artscope Magazine November/December issue (2018)  include a review of the Waste Not exhibition curated by Kim Triedman at Artspace in Maynard.









“‘Sour Times’ (a partially tattered but not horribly weathered 49-star American flag that’s held in place by barbed-wire) is, for me the expression of the pain that many Americans can feel right now, divided by hate, suffering from political decisions tearing apart families and friends,” Plaisance said. “This beautiful flag, with so many...


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Local artist Promotes healing through Art

August 14, 2018
Article about Do-gooders and game-changers.

“One thing that I didn’t know is that very often homeless women are survivors of domestic violence and abuse, so they have high safety issues and concerns,” Plaisance says. “And to be in a tiny house, visible, it’s the [opposite] of what you should do for a homeless woman.”





http://scoutcambridge.com/local-artist-promotes-healing-through-art-classes-for-women-at-transition-house/

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Art as an investment

August 14, 2018
Thank you to Art in Suburbia Gallery. 

Check out the article: "Art has an economical value that we often can’t put into numbers, but an art gallery professional is a value expert. A gallerist will look into the background of the artist first as a way to weigh their art’s value. Their exhibition history and artist background plays a huge role when determining value. How many places and where the artist has exhibited correlates with the value a artwork currently has and the potential it wil...
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Article in Scout Cambridge

July 17, 2018
Honored to be among amazing Do-gooders, key players and game changers in the latest Scout Cambridge magazine issue with the Art's Room Project



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The Female Spectrum: an Evolution of Feminism

July 9, 2018
Wonderful exhibition and opening at THE ODE pop up Gallery, organized by @artinsuburbia, in Waltham, MA.
Open till end July 2018





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83rd Regional Exhibition at the Fitchburg Art Museum

July 9, 2018
"Life or Theater" painting has been selected for the 83rd Regional Exhibition at the Fitchburg Art Museum

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Artwork in Harpers' Bazaar Magazine

May 1, 2018
Born to be abused is featured in the April issue of Harper's Magazine Korea, in the Art Supplement regarding new collectors worldwide




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"How do I find my artists' style" on Very Private Art

February 13, 2019
Article " How to I find my artist's style"


https://veryprivategallery.com/how-do-i-find-my-artists-style/
 

Article in the Boston Voyager

December 7, 2018
check out the article in the Boston Voyager!



 http://bostonvoyager.com/interview/check-anne-plaisances-artwork/
Continue reading...
 

Artscope latest cover - We the people

November 5, 2018
Artscope Magazine included Anne Plaisance artwork "Sour Times" on their November-December issue, making a strong statement about the political situation in the United States.





Continue reading...
 

Full review of the "waste not" exhibition in Artscope Magazine

November 5, 2018
The Artscope Magazine November/December issue (2018)  include a review of the Waste Not exhibition curated by Kim Triedman at Artspace in Maynard.









“‘Sour Times’ (a partially tattered but not horribly weathered 49-star American flag that’s held in place by barbed-wire) is, for me the expression of the pain that many Americans can feel right now, divided by hate, suffering from political decisions tearing apart families and friends,” Plaisance said. “This beautiful flag, with so many...


Continue reading...
 

Local artist Promotes healing through Art

August 14, 2018
Article about Do-gooders and game-changers.

“One thing that I didn’t know is that very often homeless women are survivors of domestic violence and abuse, so they have high safety issues and concerns,” Plaisance says. “And to be in a tiny house, visible, it’s the [opposite] of what you should do for a homeless woman.”





http://scoutcambridge.com/local-artist-promotes-healing-through-art-classes-for-women-at-transition-house/

Continue reading...
 

Art as an investment

August 14, 2018
Thank you to Art in Suburbia Gallery. 

Check out the article: "Art has an economical value that we often can’t put into numbers, but an art gallery professional is a value expert. A gallerist will look into the background of the artist first as a way to weigh their art’s value. Their exhibition history and artist background plays a huge role when determining value. How many places and where the artist has exhibited correlates with the value a artwork currently has and the potential it wil...
Continue reading...
 

Article in Scout Cambridge

July 17, 2018
Honored to be among amazing Do-gooders, key players and game changers in the latest Scout Cambridge magazine issue with the Art's Room Project



Continue reading...
 

The Female Spectrum: an Evolution of Feminism

July 9, 2018
Wonderful exhibition and opening at THE ODE pop up Gallery, organized by @artinsuburbia, in Waltham, MA.
Open till end July 2018





Continue reading...
 

83rd Regional Exhibition at the Fitchburg Art Museum

July 9, 2018
"Life or Theater" painting has been selected for the 83rd Regional Exhibition at the Fitchburg Art Museum

Continue reading...
 

Artwork in Harpers' Bazaar Magazine

May 1, 2018
Born to be abused is featured in the April issue of Harper's Magazine Korea, in the Art Supplement regarding new collectors worldwide




Continue reading...