Taylor House Bed and Breakfast will host seven established artists as part of Jamaica Plain Open Studios later this month. The event— set for the weekend of September 23 – 24— will include artistic and edible creations courtesy of Persimmon Catering.
One of the artists is Patricia Burson, who will feature landscape drawings and paintings of her beloved Dorchester, Arnold Arboretum, and the North Shore.
Sasja Lucas will display both large and miniature, one of a kind prints, which capture the experimental and unpredictable nature of the monotype printing process. Nancy Marks will show a range of work including paintings from her series, Urban Abstraction, a body of work, which explores urban environments. Silvina Mizrahi will display bronze sculptures from her Ethereal Figures series. Ruth Rosner will display sculptures from her series, Totemic Women, made from shards, discarded objects and evocative relics of the street. Arlene Snyder‘s work features various water-based media: watercolor, gouache, and acrylic, as well as graphite and pastels. And Ann Turley will show oil paintings work from landscape series Wavescapes and other paintings that feature the rocky coast of New England, the Arnold Arboretum and Cape Cod.
Chefs Daryl Bichel and John Nesby will be on site to discuss their creations and will be offering preview samples of items from the Persimmon Catering fall menu.
Taylor House Bed & Breakfast, is located at 50 Burroughs St. in JP. It was built in 1853 as the summer home of international merchant, George Taylor.
In 1995 Daryl Bichel and David Elliott purchased Taylor House and after restoring the Italianate Victorian and surrounding gardens opened it for bed and breakfast. Twice a month Taylor House offers a classical or a jazz concert followed by an elegant wine and dessert reception. Taylor House also hosts several visual artist exhibits throughout the year.