South Coast Surface Design (SoCoSD) is a new design studio in downtown New Bedford. The exhibits feature local surface design artists and introduce national and international artists to the Massachusetts and Rhode Island South Coast region.
S&G Project Gallery was founded by Denn Santoro to feature coherent bodies of work by artists. Artists often create a series of related works, bodies of work built around a certain theme, or collaborations with other artists on a theme or idea.
Roy St. C. Rossow is a painter who seeks to capture the poetic beauty of the landscape in its changing of light and time in his work. By drawing inspiration from his immediate environment, he becomes more aware of the subtle changes of light both natural and man made.
Rotch-Jones-Duff House & Garden Museum is a Greek Revival whaling mansion where patrons can experience period rooms and a full city block of gardens. It’s the best example of the “brave houses and flowery gardens” described by Herman Melville in Moby Dick.
Ron Fortier paints prolifically and has participated in various group and individual exhibitions in the United States and Europe. His work is represented in various private collections, and he maintains a studio in Portugal where he is represented by the Galeria O Rastro.
Rhonda M. Fazio is an artist, teacher, writer, public speaker, and storyteller, who specializes in the art and craft of sustainable textile design, natural dyes, weaving, and spinning.
Phyllis Dobbyn Adams Contemporary Fine Art evokes the natural beauty of coastal New England, the ocean, the beaches and the wild life are her constant inspiration.