Summer Guide: Look at that!

 A win-win: Get out of the heat and into the art
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  June 5, 2013

'BREAKING EVEN,' by Kelli Rae Adams, at Brown University's Cohen Gallery.


ALTA LUNA GALLERY | 401.688.0396 | 297 Hope St, Bristol | | Mon-Sat 10 am-7 pm; Sun 12-5 pm

Through June 30: "Cruisin' . . . A Car Show," with paintings by Kathy Kittell and photography by Carl Keitner, plus non-themed works by Alta Luna artists

AS220 | 401.831.9327 | 115 Empire St, Providence | | Wed-Fri 1-6 pm; Sat 12-5 pm + by appointment

Through June 29: new work by Bill Killen and Gerry Figueroa; new paintings by Ted DiLuca; new work by Kassy Cardona

AS220 PROJECT SPACE | 401.831.9327 | 93 Mathewson St, Providence | | Wed-Fri 1-6 pm; Sat 12-5 pm + by appointment

Through June 29: "Brutally Sweet,"new photographs by Viera Levitt; "SummerSSSSwarm," new work from the FlatFile Project

ATRIUM GALLERY | 401.725.0247 | 1 Capitol Hill, Providence | | Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm

Through June 20: "Art On the Farm: Sandywoods Artist Cooperative At the Atrium Gallery," featuring paintings by Jessica Dubois and Janice Causey; mixed media and paintings by Erin Thomson, Doreen Lapointe, and Deirdre Greene Moniz; polymer clay and mixed media by Jennifer Phelan; a handmade sailboat and furniture by James Kerr, Philip Kerr, and steel work by Shaun Kerr; photography by John Wojtowicz, Audrice Guerce, Fraser Thomson, Jonathan Clancy, Harvey Bean Thomson, Couper Reed Thomson, and Angus Flynn Thomson; collage by Isabelle Long; hand felted work by Mary Geisser; and pottery and mosaics by Peter Geisser and Mika Seeger

THE AVENUE CONCEPT GALLERY | 401.490.0929 | 304 Lockwood St, Providence |

June 8-July 6: "Urban: Urbane," paintings by Nived offering "an introspective study of the unexposed beauty in urban environments"

BILL KRUL GALLERY | 401.782.1715 | 142 Boon St, Narragansett | billkrul | Daily 10 am-8 pm Through June 30: "Different Journeys," paintings by Dianne Webb and John Schora

CADE TOMPKINS PROJECTS | 401.751.4888 | 198 Hope St, Providence | | Sat 10 am-6 pm + by appointment

Through July 26: "John Udvardy: Iron and Wood 2012-2013"

COHEN GALLERY | 401.863.9720 | At Brown University's Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, 154 Angell St, Providence | Mon-Fri 11 am-4 pm; Sat-Sun 1-4 pm June 10-July 19: "Breaking Even," an installation of several thousand handmade clay and ceramic objects by Kelli Rae Adams and s everal hundred jars of local produce canned by the artist

CRAFTLAND | 401.272.4285 | 235 Westminster St, Providence | | Mon-Sat 11 am-6 pm; Sun 11 am-5 pm

Through June 15: "Peaked," explorations in paper forms by Matthew Shlian, Doris Häusler, Esther Ramirez, and Rebecca Siemering

June 20-July 20: "Foot Apple Parade," prints, puppets, and papier-mâché works by Xander Marro

DEBLOIS GALLERY | 401.847.9977 | 138 Bellevue Ave, Newport | deblois | Tues-Sun 12-5 pm Through June 30: "Annual Members' Show," with works by Valerie Debrule, Daniel McManus, Kathleen Morton, Karen Nash, Valorie Sheehan, Rosemary Day, Lisa May, Rodie Siegler, Jonathan Small, Izabella Casselman, Helen Poniatowski, Felicia Touhey, Ronald Caplain, Marion Wilner, Michael Guertin, and Kathleen Armor

July 6-28: works by Susan Medyn, Gloria Merchant, and Trish O'Day

Aug 3-Sept 1: works by Rita Rogers and Rodie Siegler

DEDEE SHATTUCK GALLERY | 508.636.4177 | 1 Partners Ln, Westport, MA | | Tues-Sat 10 am-5 pm; Sun 12-5 pm | Through June 15: "Peaked," explorations in paper forms by Matthew Shlian, Doris Häusler, Esther Ramirez, and Rebecca Siemering

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