The Locco Ritoro Gallery has been sold.  Thank you to all of our patrons and clients.  We are eager and excited to welcome an experienced, out-of-state team to the Boston art scene.  Please look for an official announcement and additional information shortly.  Art consulting and referrals are ongoing.

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston has acquired two pieces from Liz Shepherd's exhibition for their permanent collection.

Mary O'Malley is featured in the latest edition of "New American Paintings No. 68" available on newsstands now.

Liz Shepherd has been awarded the Praga Industries Materials Award at the Boston Printmakers 2007 North American Print Exhibition.

Lucy White is currently showing in "The Gun Show" at the Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts in Long Branch, NJ.  The exhibit is curated by Donna Gustafson and will run from Feb 16 - March 23, 2007.

Gary Stubelick has been selected into the Cambridge Art Association's prestigious 2007 National Prize Show, juried by Thomas Lentz, the Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director of the Harvard University Art Museums.  He was selected from over 1000 entries nationwide.  The exhibition will run May 4 - June 20, 2007.

Steve Bogart is currently showing at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park in Lincoln, MA in "Big Bang! Abstract Paintings for the 21st Century".
(January 20 - April 22, 2007)

Gary Stubelick, Martin Berintein, Jason Chase and Ricardo Cabrera have donated artwork to the annual Men's Event presented by Fenway Community Health.  (www.fenwayhealth.org)

Scott Listfield has curated a show at the New Art Center in Newtonville, MA entitled "Trans Am".  It features the work of Scott, Jason Chase and Will DiBello.  It will run from Jan 18 - March 4.  (newartcenter.org)

Read the writeup in Artscope Magazine on the January/February exhibit.

Meridel Rubenstein's book "Belonging, Los Alamos to Vietnam" has been published by St. Ann's Press.  It is available at fine bookstores everywhere.

Scott Listfield is featured in the book
"Amatterofdesign - It's a Matter of Illustration" edited by Victionary.

Kylliki Talp has been awarded "Painter of the Year" by the Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA.