In the past year the artists of 305 Knowlton Street have been very busy!
They have amassed a body of work individually and as a group.
The collective that has formed organically in the building has put together a strong show of mostly recent works.
Among them: Imaginative landscapes by Herm Freeman, selected works of light and color by Joe Malf, installed drawings by Austin Seigert, mother-and-daughter works by Emily and Janet Habansky, jewelry by Jackie Podlaski, collages by Lori Petchers, figurative work by Allan Wittert, painting by Becca Schwartz, and canvasses by ES Barraza.
The show opens 4-7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18. at Gallery 305K.