OFF THE WALL
The Schoolhouse Gallery presents a lively schedule of exhibitions at our space in Provincetown however much of our activities take place behind the scenes in our artist’s studios and in the homes of our clients and collectors. We represent our gallery artists in depth and always have an inventory of their latest works in our extensive storage facilities.
Off the Wall is a special view of these relatively unseen works. Vastly different in style and technique, these works are a testament to our mission to showcase the finest achievements in artistic thought and process.
We hope you enjoy this new exhibition that includes works by artists Jennifer Amadeo-Holl, Conrad Malicoat, Philip Malicoat, Jeannie Motherwell, Jason Rohlf, and Donald Traver. Thank you for looking with us. The exhibition can be found on Artsy
Born and raised in New York City, JEANNIE MOTHERWELL inherited a love of painting from her father, Robert Motherwell, and stepmother, Helen Frankenthaler, two pillars of mid-century abstraction. She studied painting at Bard College and the Art Students League in New York. Continuing with her art after college, she became active in arts education at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT, until relocating to Cambridge, MA, where she worked at Boston University for the graduate program in Arts Administration until 2015. She served on the Cambridge Arts Council Public Art Commission from 2004 – 2007 and is currently on the Advisory Board for Joy Street Artists Open Studios in Somerville, MA. Her work has been featured in public and private collections throughout the US and abroad.