Vignettes: Small Work by Twelve Artists
at Drive-by Projects
Reception: Saturday, March 19, 3-5pm
January 29 - March 26, 2022
Smile: new paintings at The Schoolhouse Gallery in Provincetown
September 3 - October 3, 2021
Feb 20 - Mar 20, 2021
I'm excited to have new and recent work on the walls at Pulp in Holyoke, MA, among these other wonderful artists.
October 29 - December 13, 2020
My bunnyheads, bearheads and birdieheads are included in this wonderful group exhibition at Concord Art in Concord, MA. Curated by David Duddy. View a walkthrough with the curator, and the virtual reception Q & A with the curator and artists, on the Concord Art website. (Image above: Nut Case, by Holly Curcio)
This drawing, Hope?, is included in the HOPE PROJECT, Provincetown-wide, indoor and outdoor exhibition and auction to benefit Ptown Gallery Stroll, a non-profit collaborative promoting awareness of the vibrant and diverse Provincetown art community. Bidding is open through October 12 at noon.
Live walk-through on Instagram with Mike Carroll, gallery director, Fri Aug 14 at 7 pm
I'm happy to be showing these new paintings at The Schoolhouse Gallery in Provincetown. The work can be safely viewed at the gallery by appointment, and also viewed online. The gallery will also be exhibiting works by: Mark Adams/Francis Olschafskie/ Ellen Rich/ Jason Rohlf/ Frankie Rice
My studio neighbor, James Weinberg (weinbergdesign) brilliant designer/ illustrator and I have collaborated on a print project to raise $ to donate to a cause for racial justice. James took this drawing and added his magic. Room, 11" x 14”, 2 color silkscreen on 100 lb Grout Grey French paper (plus bonus one-of-a-kind-multi-color screen postcard) signed and numbered on back. $45. 100% of sales to benefit Movement for Black Lives.
June 5-28, 2020
Happy to have work included in Pompette, a group show at The Schoolhouse Gallery in Provincetown.
(above: Laptime, 2019, acrylic on wood, 4 1/4” x 4 3/4”, mounted size: 9” x 10”)
April 25, 2020
My piece, Superhero, will be included in the 2020 MassArt Auction. Proceeds to benefit student scholarship at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Check back for more info on bidding.
August 30 - September 23, 2019
Rebecca Doughty's new work, Friendlies, is composed of facial fragments and other body parts painted on tiny squares. She then configures them in grids, presenting characters in varying states of assembly and disassembly, cobbling together friendly yet imperfect allies for an increasingly hostile world.
at The Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown
opening reception Friday, August 30, 6-9 pm
You're Killing Me, will be up for auction at the Summer Auction Party at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, this Saturday, June 9th 9 to midnight.
August 31 - September 19, 2018
Opening reception: Friday, Aug 31 6-9 pm
new paintings at The Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown, MA
Rebecca Doughty's paintings have long used animal characters as the players in her comic and tragic human dramas. In these new small-scale paintings, her figures grapple with the complications of their bodily selves, and the limits of the painting edges. Their tangled bodies become the drama, enacting their inner and outer predicaments.
How I Roll
July 20 - Aug 8, 2018
opening reception: Friday, July 20, 6-9 pm
The Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown, MA
In the Project Space: Rebecca Doughty presents an ongoing series of playful, informal works on paper. In these loosely drawn, gently satirical portraits, characters speak their favorite commentaries, judgements and catch-phrases, which are literally written on their faces.