Contact:  Gillian Ross




BUZZ :: June 23 - July 16, 2017


Lexington’s gallery blink creates a BUZZ!

 In more ways than one, gallery blink presents an art show that creates a ‘buzz’ this summer. This exhibition features artwork that relates in some way (however loosely) to the life, times, influence and habitat of the honeybee. Visitors can expect anything from up close florals and fields of lavender, to pollen sacs and honey sandwiches! Also on view is artwork made with beeswax - lots of encaustic work, some batiks and a few cold wax paintings. The subject matter of the beeswax images may be realistic or abstract, and will not necessarily relate to bees. Visitors can enjoy over 200 works of art from more than 30 artists.  The gallery is located at 1963 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA 02421.

As always, the work shown will be diverse and displayed in gallery blink’s signature style, the viewing of which has also been creating somewhat of a ‘buzz’, and is becoming known as an ‘art experience’.  

 As one visitor aptly described it:
"Culture sometimes treats art as ‘separate’ but this is much more integrated, and in this gallery/home setting feels nurturing.”

And another:
“Seeing the artwork hung ‘in context’ like this makes the viewing experience so much more meaningful. The work is technically great, but the focus here is so much more on the heart and soul of what the art is about.”

And still another:
“Always a lively show that encourages interaction with the work. Wit and humor abound. The beautiful setting combined with the way the gallery is curated makes this a magical experience.”

Come and see what all the buzz is about.

This pop-up show will run from June 23 – July 16.

All are welcome to an Opening Celebration on Friday, June 23 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. More information about the show and the gallery can be found at

About Gallery Blink

A cross between an art gallery and a pop­up show, each year gallery blink hosts four to five themed shows that typically hang for three to four weeks.  Set in a Victorian residential home in the historical district in Lexington, Mass. the gallery provides visitors with a perfect setting to imagine art in their own home or workspace. Artwork is displayed on two floors of the home including the large foyer, living room, library, dining room, a double bridal staircase and upstairs hall. Art is offered at a variety of price points. The gallery’s website also offers a means of viewing and purchasing art.

  Gillian Ross is the creative force behind gallery link. She has extensive experience curating art exhibitions. or the past seven years, she has been Gallery Director of Grace Chapel’s Art Gallery in Lexington, a role in which she continues to serve. A printmaker and painter, Ross was also an artist member of Depot Square Gallery, which operated in Lexington Center for 28 years.