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Jul. 30, 2016

Through the Looking Glass

http://www.boston.com/event/through-the-looking-glass-5752944

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Through The Looking Glass: A Journey of the Small and Mighty

Lexicon Gallery, 15 Lexington Avenue, Magnolia, MA 01930

Karen Orsillo & Jill Pabich at Lexicon Gallery
Through The Looking Glass: A Journey of the Small and Mighty
Jill Pabich’s intense oil paintings join Karen Orsillo’s Neriage porcelain mini’s in the perfect pairing. For complete info, please visit http://www.lexicongallery.com/?page_id=1096

Dec. 20, 2015

‘Leading Ladies’ shape the beauty of Cape Ann’ 

By Wendy Killeen GLOBE CORRESPONDENT  DECEMBER 18, 2015

Eleanor Fisher uses glass shards to highlight her paintings, while Cynthia Curtis is drawn to the colors and moods of the sea when crafting her pottery (right).

Eleanor Fisher uses glass shards to highlight her paintings, while Cynthia Curtis is drawn to the colors and moods of the sea when crafting her pottery (right).

POTTERY PROS “Leading Ladies,” featuring the ceramics of Cape Ann female pottery pioneers Cynthia Curtis, Anni Melançon, and Marty Morgan paired with the glass shard paintings of Eleanor Fisher, is at theLexicon Gallery in the Gloucester village of Magnolia through Jan. 10.

BY WENDY KILLEEN | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT

‘Leading Ladies’ shape the beauty of Cape Ann

Eleanor Fisher uses glass shards to highlight her paintings, while Cynthia Curtis is drawn to the colors and moods of the sea when crafting her pottery (right). The ceramics of Cape Ann female pottery pioneers Cynthia Curtis, Anni Melançon, and Marty Morgan and the glass shard paintings of Eleanor Fisher are at the Lexicon Gallery in Magnolia through Jan. 10.

Lexington Lights up Magnolia holiday magicDec. 4, 2015

Posted: Friday, December 4, 2015 1:00 am

All will be bright this Sunday as Lexington Lights kicks Magnolia’s holiday season off with a merry measure of yuletide treasure for the second year running.

O come all ye shoppers, families, and kids of all ages from 2 to 6 p.m. for a holiday festival that’s jam-packed with something for everyone.

Lexicon Gallery’s Seyrel Williams, the driving force behind the Cape Ann Ceramics Festival, has put together a sleigh-load of Magnolia-style magic, says Over-The Bridge’s Kory Curcuru.

“For a little stretch of street,” says Curcuru, “there’s a lot of big stuff going on, and what I like is that it feels so cozy, more intimate.”

So strike the harp, join the chorus, don ye now your gay apparel or whatever keeps you warm and comfy and head on over to Magnolia this Sunday for Lexington Lights.

And if you’ve got a letter for Santa, bring it.

The Post Office will open from 2 to 6 p.m. for North Pole-bound business.

Here’s what’s on tap:

Noon to 6 p.m.: Lexicon Holiday Arts Festival, 70-plus artists at Lexicon Gallery; Rusty and Ingrid Open Studio

 

Photos from Diane Chen K-W’s Opening

https://www.flickr.com/photos/32633368@N00/albums/72157655237229454

 August 9, 2015 – Boston Globe 

Carved stoneware by Diane Chen KW (above) is on exhibit at Lexicon Gallery in Magnolia.

August 2015Gloucester Times

Lexicon Gallery Presents Diane Chen KW Exhibition

Lexicon Gallery presents Diane Chen KW
Lexicon Gallery presents Diane Chen KW

December 2, 2014 — Gloucester Times Editorial

Magnolia cultural district would be good for Cape Ann

December 1, 2014 — Gloucester Times Front Page Article

Innovative gallery seen adding to Magnolia revival