Monday, November 15, 2010

L'Attitude Gallery in Boston Provides Art Consulting Services

In addition to operating our gallery on Newbury Street in Boston, L'Attitude Gallery Art Consultants provide art consulting services for corporate, healthcare and private clients.

We are known for the originality of the collection we create, the excellent service that we provide and the pricing that accompanies it. We give our clients high quality, high value results within a budget. Several recent installations are shown below.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

L'Attitude Gallery - What's in Store?

What's in store for you in the Gallery these days? Take a look...and come see us soon!

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

This Weekend: L'Attitude Gallery at Providence Fine Furnishings Show

L'Attitude Gallery will be at the Providence Fine Furnishings Show this weekend, October 22-24. Stop by to see new pieces in our collection of fine contemporary art, glass and sculptural objects. The show will be held at

The Rhode Island Convention Center
Hall A
1 Sabin St.
Providence, RI
Hours: Fri 10-6, Sat 10-6, Sun 10-5

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Swing by the gallery to see new artwork by Henry Levine, Cheryl Weissbach, and Akiva Huber, and new jewelry by Ania Davis, Barbara Ottmar, and Lynn Nafey.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Smooth Surfaces Show

Our Smooth Surfaces Show is now open! The show features fantastic fused glass wall artwork by Roger Thomas and lovely figural sculptures in bronze by Akiva Huber. Stop by soon! Check the "Now Showing" page on our website for more photos from the show.

Above: "Autumn Riot" by Roger Thomas

Below: "Compassion" by Akiva Huber

Monday, October 4, 2010

We are pleased to announce our second show at Copley Place. Each piece in this installation has been created from natural materials, either ceramic or stone. We happily went to work pulling pieces together for the show and decided to feature an array of techniques and forms, including saggar-fired figures, a whimsical mosaic tea party sculpture, and ceramic reeds that shoot upwards in vibrant hues. These unusual ceramics are on display at Copley now through November 30.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Discovering Sculpture at Copley Place

L'Attitude's sculpture installation at Copley Place interacts with the natural, commercial, and architectural surroundings through a varied yet cohesive ensemble. At first glance, spotting all twenty sculptures on display demands an attentive visual combing of the space. The larger sculptures emerge first from among the flora. The sculpture materials, which include bronze, aluminum, glass, and stone, contrast with the natural look of the foliage and the water cascading down a three-story waterfall and burbling through the atrium's fountains. Yet the geometrical shapes, particularly the discs and rings in the sculptures, reflect those used in the waterfall wall. And, upon closer inspection, the geometric sculptures displayed at the waterfall's base blend beautifully with the natural surroundings through their organic curves that grow to resemble branches and leaves.

Global and natural motifs in the sculptures fuse people with the earth and its animals. The human bodies in "Human Sphere" and "Stargazer" coexist with a formidable, weighty round rhinoceros rolled back on his haunches, a fish spiked through with a metal rod, a stone whale, and stone sculptures with carved reliefs of a lobster, a starfish, and another fish. The "Stargazer," though a human form, stands as spindly and elongated as a dainty flamingo.

The eclecticism of the pieces chosen for this installation reflects the diversity of styles and mediums exhibited in our gallery. The range in forms and display methods conveys that this is an installation to be enjoyed by passersby of all heights and ages. Whales and sea creatures nestle by the gurgling water at children's eye level, while the more formally displayed blue glass vase and rhinoceros will attract shoppers accustomed to more museum-like displays of art. Whether you are ambling or beelining through the mall, we invite you to pause and engage with this hide-and-seek installation!

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

"Bending Metal" Group Show Now Open

Our "Bending Metal" Show features work by metal artists including Dave Borrus, Rob Lorenson, Jamie Burnes, Cheryl Williams, Rick Carpenter, Laura Reinhard, Whitmore Boogaerts, Jeffrey Zachmann and Phill Evans.

Sizes range from small tabletop pieces to large outdoor sculptures. Come take a look at the many forms metals can take in these intriguing sculptural artworks.

Kinetic Wall Sculpture by Jeffrey Zachmann

36" x 29" x 8"

"Reverie" by Dan McDermott

"Epona" by Jamie Burnes

"Turning Point" by Laura Reinhard

"Bending Metal" runs through September 6, 2010.

Our ongoing show, "Growth" continues through June.

Our next show, "Sea" opens July 1.

Monday, May 24, 2010

L'Attitude Artists Featured in Sculpture Show at Copley Place in Boston

Twenty sculptures by L'Attitude Gallery artists are being featured in a sculpture show in the atrium at Copley Place in Boston. All sculptures are available for sale. We have other work by each of the artists here in the gallery as well.

"Rising Wave" by Whitmore Boogaerts

"White Rhythm" by Rob Lorenson

"Stargazer" by Rick Carpenter

"HAHAHA" by Barbara Ottmar

"Human Sphere" by Steve Zalinski

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

New Work by Mary Calkins, Don Williams and Stephanie Warburg

Here is some new artwork that we recently put on display in the gallery.....

Mary Calkins' colorful abstracts paintings on board (12"x12" each) are titled "Be-Bop I, II and III." "Be-Bop I" and "Be-Bop II" are shown here.
Don Williams has an interesting metal and ceramic piece called "Dreaming Spring". The combination of "hard" (metal) and "soft" (ceramic) elements makes for an interesting composition with a cutting edge feel (18" x 12").

And Stephanie Warburg's atmospheric "Not the End of Summer But the Beginning of Fall" in oil, 18" x 24", has been attracting attention.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

"Growth" - Please join us for an Artist Reception on April 22, 5:30-7:30pm


Please join us at an artist's reception to celebrate our re-opening at 211 Newbury Street.

Thursday, April 22 from 5:30-7:30pm

Join us for this wonderful celebration of fabulous art, in many forms, that showcases the talents of both new and known artists.

Above: "Fracture Triptych" by Stephan Canthal. Photographs on aluminum, 24" x 18" each.
Below: "Morning Symphony" by Lynn Smith. Fused glass wall art, 26.5" x 6.5".

Above: "Wellfleet" by Patricia Burson. Oil on canvas,
12" x 12"

Monday, March 29, 2010

Announcing our new location!

We've moved in to our new location at 211 Newbury Street. Our new show, "Growth" has opened. Please come see us!

Monday, March 22, 2010

We've Moved to 211 Newbury Street

Hello All,

We've moved into new space - just across Newbury Street from our previous location.
Please come visit us at 211 Newbury Street. We're launching a new show called "Growth" in the coming weeks. All of the artwork - in many different media - will center around a growing theme in honor of Arbor Day and in honor of our own "growth" in a new location.

We're open Mon-Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 12pm-5pm

Hope to see you soon.

Above: "Schoodic" by Patricia Burson

Friday, February 26, 2010

New Sculptural Glass

New blown glass work by Victor Chiarizia
"Alto - Strega, Whiskey and Tangerine"

L'Attitude Art and Sculpture Gallery

We feature contemporary
two and three-dimensional artworks
and indoor and outdoor sculpture
for home, corporate and commercial environments.