Congratulations to Suzanne Schultz on the opening of her new office and gallery space, located directly behind Gaslight Restaurant at 450 Harrison Avenue in Boston’s South End. Suzanne has found the perfect spot to showcase the many artists she represents in Boston. The large, open renovated factory building in Boston’s hot SOWA Art District, resplendent with high, beamed ceilings, refurbished bricks walls and long, spot lit corridors is the ideal venue for displaying the art of her many clients. The Tuesday evening opening, attended by almost 100 collectors, curators and the curious, featured the art of Beth Barry, Tally Forbes, Lorenzo Gerazi, Olga Genovski, Mark Slater and other artists. All types of art was hung and displayed, and viewed and purchased by many.
Suzanne has extended her definition of ‘artists’ to also include authors such as Dolly Carson, author of the delightful novel ‘The Red Coat’, a fictional novel based on the distinct cultural differences between the working class Irish from South Boston and the distinguished class of Beacon Hill. It is a must read for all of you who enjoy Brahmin history. Interspersed with photos from Back Bay, Beacon Hill and South Boston, The Red Coat is the light hearted story of an Irish maid and her family from Southie and her relationship with her wealthy Beacon Hill employer. As a real estate agent in the Back Bay, I found it fascinating that the book’s story has period photos of places that Dolly so wonderfully writes about.
To contact Suzanne about any of her upcoming shows or talks with her authors, please contact her at [email protected]