Charlestown is a neighborhood of rich, layered history. Through thoughtful observation and exploration, we can see the old and untouched, the drastically changed, and the new in our surroundings.
This exhibition explores the unassuming and quiet beauty of the Charlestown Navy Yard, allowing artists to discover and present their ideas about our complex history.
Navy Yard Off Map will be juried and curated by AGC’s Julie Alailima and James Labeck.
Jim Labeck has lived and worked in Boston with his wife and family for over thirty years. Jim has worked in historic preservation and museums most of his career, and served as project director for the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s Renzo Piano extension project. Jim’s photography began as project documentation, and has led to more creative explorations of urban life, landscapes, and our relationship to nature.
Julie Alailima is an Artist who has been making multi-image cityscapes and sculptural abstract paintings for over twenty years. She has been working out of her studio at the StoveFactory since 2017. Currently, Julie serves as the StoveFactory Gallery Chair for the AGC, where she strives to provide quality arts programming for the local Charlestown community.
|Adam||Adkison||History in Bronze||Oil on Canvas|
|Julie||Alailima||Covert Monument||Oil on Canvas|
|Stephen||Beccia||Pier 8 Harborview||Acrylic on Canvas|
|Calan||Cahill||Captain’s Crumbling Cabin||Photograph|
|Calan||Cahill||USS Constitution Masts||Photograph|
|Frank||Cava||Gate 2 on Mother’s Day||Mixed Media on Board|
|Linda||Garrity||Tree Swallow at Home in the Marina||Photograph|
|Pam||Greene||Pier at Charlestown Navy Yard||Oil on Panel|
|Pam||Greene||Jade Ocean in Charlestown||Acrylic on Panel|
|Daniel||Kovacevic||Primary Pyramid||Acrylic on Canvas|
|Patricia||McCarthy||Morning Jog – Charlestown Navy Yard||Oil on Linen Board|
|Lisa||Nelson||Hub of the Universe (1848)||Watercolor and Colored Pencils|
|Lisa||Nelson||Across the Charles (1826)||Watercolor and Colored Pencils|
|Lisa||Nelson||Hands of the Present/Past||Watercolor and Colored Pencils|
|Lisa||Nelson||Finally, A Place to Call Home||Watercolor and Colored Pencils|
|Dara||Pannebaker||Details||Photograph with Mixed Media|
|Karla||Quattrocchi||Lightship No. 4||Oil, Acrylic, Pencil, Pastel, Cloth|
|Karla||Quattrocchi||U.S.S. Independence 1815||Oil, Acrylic, Pencil, Pastel, Sequins|
|Carol||Schweigert||Harbor View, November 1||Oil on Canvas|
|Carol||Schweigert||Visiting the Navy Yard||Oil on Canvas|
|Carol||Schweigert||Harbor Breeze||Oil on Canvas|
|Laurie||Sigmund||Chain Forge Roof||Watercolor|
|Adrien||Sipos||Sunset in the Navy Yard||Photograph|
|Adrien||Sipos||Navy Yard Stars||Photograph|
|Adrien||Sipos||Orange Glow of Charlestown||Photograph|
|Cindy||Sorensen||Out to Sea with Maggie||Photograph|
|Martha||Starr||Hurly Burly Pier||Collage and Paint|
|Stephanie||Stiassni||DC Beane & Associates Building||Watercolor on Paper|
|Stephanie||Stiassni||Muster House||Watercolor on Paper|
|Stephanie||Stiassni||Commandant’s House||Watercolor on Paper|
|Deidre||Tao||Stone Horizon||Acrylic on Canvas|
|Deidre||Tao||In the Fullness of Time||Acrylic on Canvas|
|Barbara||Torrey||File box “Navy Yard Door #1”||Encaustic on Wooden Box|