Dec. 5 (one night only). Studio B Creative Exchange, located in a basement caddy-corner to the Mass Ave Pizzology, can be a little tricky to find for the first-time visitor. But the hunt is worth it.
The work of Briqlyn Paige, a Herron printmaking student, greeted me as I walked into the door. “Springtime for Sex” may have been in gray scale, but it had a distinctly O’Keeffe vibe with its depiction of flowers and its title. And her colorful “Connections” portrays bubbles, perhaps bubbling up from the soup of primordial chemicals from which we all come.
Sylvia “Ess Mckee” Rivers, who runs the design company INAZ Inc., organized this event featuring reasonably priced prints by 25 artists. Rivers' own prints mix a taste for boldly colored graphic design with a love of three-dimensional forms. The subject of these prints: a multitude of paper airplanes buzzing around the sky.