We would like to thank everyone for their patience and support as:
Our rear gallery space has been transformed into an open exhibition room, a room devoted to further explore our painting collection. Many will remember this rear exhibition space as having a wall of frames. Instead, our large upstairs space is being devoted to servicing framing needs as we have enhanced our selection of framing options, including 24 k gold leaf hand finished custom frames.
Our website, www.theharrisongallery.com, has been refreshed as well. Our now monthly online newsletter will feature pictures from the month's show opening (you may see someone you know!) as well as updates on client events and new works at The Harrison Gallery. Our artist bios are now more easily accessible—simply click on an artist's page and scroll down to read the Artist's biography and resume.
We have also upgraded our photography equipment and are now able to send high resolution and detail images by request.
A belated congratulations to Tracy Helgeson. Her January solo show at The Harrison Gallery was a stunning tribute to passion and color. Willinet television broadcasted a wonderful interview with Tracy and her show opening was one of the highlights of Williamstown events. Tracy's latest paintings can be seen on our Artist Pages.
The American Impressionist Exhibit is one of the largest shows The Harrison Gallery has held. Artists George Van Hook and David Lussier were present for the February 3 opening and a large reception was enjoyed by all.
Locally acclaimed artist John MacDonald will be giving a talk on Digital Woodcuts. From 1 - 2 pm on March 4 at The Harrison Gallery enjoy learning how John creates these unique pieces. Check our 2007 Events Page for more information on upcoming shows!