May Eight OH.ten
Pure Honey an inconspicuous TANTALIZING TEASER*
Infiltrating an empty Mission Hill apartment to
Look. Listen and Taste the Pure Honey
This intimate show displayed select works highlighting 18 different artists showing
The evening was a great success.
Guests were encouraged to contribute an ingredient to incorporate in to the tapas palette, prepared by improv chefs Gabriel Sweet and Terrence Gaide.
After the feast and a couple glasses of sangria later we slipped in to some succulent tunes performed by Miguel deBraganza.
an ENORMOUS thank you to our artists. The caliber of the work in Pure Honey grasped a new echelon… meaning there’s only one place to go from here…
straight up to the clouds with the bees.
Colette Aliman…Sofya Belinskya…
Jacques Cazaubon Seronade…Miguel deBraganza
…Niko Ewing…Stephen St. Francis Decky
Olivia Ives-Flores…Maxime Iten…Adrian Molina
…Angel Russell … and George Wanker
Hefty amounts of gratitude to our chefs Gabe and Terrence…the food was delicious
And of course massive kudos to our soaking guests who endured the heat wave to join us!
* TANTELIZNG TEASER ? you may ask…well..drum roll please
We are proud to announce that GreatFruit Productions will be opening an exhibition space this fall. In the late Rice Bowl Gallery located on Vancouver st. and Huntington Ave, smack dab in between the Museum of Fine Arts and Mass College of Art and Design. the space will serve as a middle ground where students and creators, collectors and art enthusiasts can connect in an inspiring and creative environment.
Pure Honey is just a taste of the caliber of work you can expect to see this fall.