The Providence Art Club's 117th Little Pictures Show and Sale features over 700 works of art sized at 16” x 16” or less and priced at no more than $300. The works are displayed in three galleries in the historic complex of buildings that comprise the club. The show opens November 7th and goes till December 23rd. It is open seven days a week from Noon to 5pm -- and when you purchase a work, you take it with you... no waiting till end of the exhibition!
Floating Yellow Rose | Oil on Panel | $250
SOLD: Clean Brushes | Oil on Panel | $250
Red Onion with Stripes | Oil on Panel | $250
SOLD: Red Pencil Reflected | Oil on Panel | $300
SOLD: Blood Oranges | Oil on Panel | $250
SOLD: Blue Stripe | Oil on Panel | $250
Image posted by the Providence Art Club 11/08/21. Birchfield's work is the tallest row, where the viewer is looking. These show the refreshed offerings after the four painting sold at the opening.
Art mask created originally for the Providence Art Club’s great window display on Thomas Street “Conceal/Reveal”... and now on display at the Atrium Gallery of the RISCA (Rhode Island State Arts Council) in the State’s Admin Building, One Capitol Hill in Providence. On view till 25 June 2021.
. Galleries Open to the Public Monday-Fridey 12-4pm or by appointment - Masks Required
Providence Art Club announced on 28 January 2021 the winning artworks in the Winter Members’ Exhibition.
There were a total of 120 pieces in the exhibition and three categories of recognition with a total of 13 awards. Birch Coffey was in the 2nd category with The Bradford F. Swan Prize for Oil Painting with his Peonies in Shadow, Oil on Canvas.
This is currently on view in the Mary Castelnovo Gallery till February 11ths. Here is a link to the announcement video posted on YouTube on the awards > https://youtu.be/RSPINMHJMqM - Birch’s work is mentioned 1.48 into the 5.22 minute video.
Peonies in Shadow - 12x9 - Oil on Panel - 2020 - $600 | AWARD: The Bradford F. Swan Prize for Oil Painting
The Providence Art Club's 116th Little Pictures Show exhibition and sale features over 600 works of art sized at 16” x 16” or less and priced at no more than $300. The works are displayed in three galleries in the historic complex of buildings that comprise the club. The show goes to 23 December.
The Newport Art Museum was founded in 1912 on the belief that art is an essential component of vibrant communities. The 2020 Benefit Art Auction sales are intended to support the Museum and the contributing artists. It featured the work of 70 established artists who have donated their exceptional artworks, including paintings, prints, and photographs.
SOLD: Blue and White Tea Pot | Oil on Canvas | 8"x8" | June 2020
SOLD - The work sold as "Buy It Now" during the opening preview held on 11 August 2018, verses going into the silent auction bidding. "Summer Light over the Barrington River, Looking towards Warren" | Completed 10 August 2018 | Acrylic on Panel 9" x 12"
One of two works by Birch Coffey entered in the show. Hundreds of works lined the walls of the galleries.
SOLD | Urn with Agave Americano Marginato | Watercolor - Graphite on Paper | 30" x 22"