10-7-21 OPEN STUDIO October 16&18 23&24. 3-5 at 123 York Street Suite 1E New Haven
10-7-21 Read about timecards from the Artspaper https://www.newhavenarts.org/arts-paper/articles/martha-savage-takes-on-covid-with-collage
9-2-21 The Health Department has their hands full and schedule packed but made time to visit my studio and throw their support behind the public health messaging in my cards, stickers and book. The sole purpose of the cards is to get the message out. One way I do that is write a card to a teacher, mayor, governor, public health officer, hospital to recognize their efforts and handout stickers and magnets as a way of saying thanks.
8-20 We're all masked and open W-F 3-5. Currently I am featuring masks, vaccines and science with new magnets and stickers. the front room has abstract art.
6-26 Gallery studio open 12-5PM today.
6-15 My gallery space, I predict, is a trend for the future. I'm in an apartment building downtown in what was once a doctor's office surrounded by dentist's offices and residents. Without gentrification, it's simply a new use for a space, tucked right into the daily life of New Haven. Out of place in some ways, but knit into the fabric of the city, you never know what you will find on your way to the https://www.newhavenarts.org/arts-paper/articles/martha-savage-takes-on-covid-with-collage
6-1-2020 Summer Show: 'Animals in the House' in the front room. Open Saturdays 12-5PM. For the month of June, a free card of your choice just for showing up. Also for the month of June, free shipping from the website using code: SHIPFREEJUNE.
See you for the grand opening sale May 22 and 23 12-5PM and then Saturdays after that from 12-5PM.
Unvaccinated customers are required to wear a mask and any customer is invited to wear a mask if they are more comfortable doing so.
Grand Opening- May 22 and 23 12-5PM, then open every Saturday thereafter from 12-5PM.
Having original, that is, one-of-a-kind art in your surroundings displays a bit of who you are and what you value.
nhregister.com — When the New Haven Museum put out a call one year ago for stories about the COVID-19 pandemic last April, curators weren’t sure what to expect.