Boston Sculptors Gallery has served as an alternative venue for exciting, innovative sculpture exhibitions since 1992. We present a variety of work – from tiny, beautiful objects to ambitious installations transforming large spaces – with a full range of materials both traditional and surprising. Boston Sculptors is the area’s only gallery dedicated to sculpture and one of the few thriving artist’s run cooperatives.
Boston Sculptors began as a group that met for annual dinners at Mac Dewart’s house in Brookline. Dewart had lived in Vermont in the 1970's along with Joe Wheelwright and knew the cost of being separated from other artists. Sculptors are a kind of rarity and it felt important to talk and share ideas and tools and studio visits. The dinners evolved into group shows with Peter Lipsitt's help, then Joyce McDaniel found a gallery opportunity at her Newton church. The shared experience of mounting shows and running the gallery has forged a community that's running strong after nearly twenty years.
In 2004, the gallery moved to Harrison Avenue in Boston and expanded its membership