Treasures of Providence
URI Feinstein Providence Campus
80 Washington St. Providence, RI
September 3-28, 2012
Gallery Night Reception September 20, 5-9 pm
This exhibit celebrates the many residential,
religious, governmental, business and industrial
buildings in Providence built between the early
17th century and the early 20th Century, which have been preserved, restored and fully integrated into the 21st Century Urban Landscape.
A.I.R.- Works by Kathy
Hodge from Artist Residencies in Our National Parks
House Gallery, 2625A Route 1, Matunuck, RI
September 8 – October 6, 2012
New hours - Saturdays 12-4 through September 8, and by appointment through Oct. 6.
To make an appointment, please call 261-8457 or 783-1328.
Connecting 21st century artist Kathy Hodge and
19th century author Edward Everett Hale is a shared
passion for open spaces, parks, and forests.
In 1905, E. E. Hale testified before Congress in
favor of the Weeks Act. Its passage in 1911 has
led to the preservation of millions of acres of
Since 1993, Hodge, as Artist in Residence at ten
national parks and forests in the U.S., has conveyed
their beauty, and awareness of their fragility,
to contemporary audiences through her paintings.
Now the works of Kathy Hodge are presented in the
same space the noted authors and plein air artists
of the Hale family dwelled more than a century ago.