“Works on Paper” 25 local artists curated by Terry Rooney.
June 8th – August 1st
Submissions to this Call to Artists were juried by Terry Rooney, independent curator, past chair of the Amherst Public Arts Commission, founder and co-curator of the Amherst Biennial, Loretta Yarlow, director of the University Museum of Contemporary Art at Umass-Amherst, and Jane Trigère, founder of the Deerfield Arts Bank, the newest Valley gallery.
The 25 artists vary in their choice of medium from the colored pencil by Imo Nse Imeh, to pastels and gouaches by Linda Devine and Alan Hopkins, metallic paints and markers by Marsha Lieberman (above right) and Agnes Temesari (left), watercolors by Debra Truskinaff, acrylics and markers on photographs by Barbara Milot, collographs, monoprints and assemblage by B.Z. Reily, Hannah Richards, woodblock print by Benjamin Sears, oil pastels by Dale Schwarz, oil paint by Stephanie Vignone, lithography by Kimberlee Zacek, papercut and constructions by Tavi Wolfwood, Lu Vincent and Margaret Humbert-Droz (right), ink and oilstick by Tracey Physioc Brockett, photography by Andy Cavacco, digital prints by Rachel Hankinson, Anita Licis-Ribak, Lourdes Morales, Maurine Sutter, Betsy Todd, and basic pencil by Mary Kendra Crawford and Emmet Nathaniel Blanchette.
The variety is marvelous and entertaining.
A delight for the eyes … all on, or with, sensitive, pliable, cut-able, absorbent, delicate and
Last chance to see “Close to Home” Multimedia Art Exhibit–closes May 29th
If you haven’t stopped by to see the Deerfield Arts Bank’s inaugural exhibition, “Close to Home,” come soon. The show runs until Thursday, May 29th.
ArtSalon – Thursday, April 17
The ArtSalon will be held at the Deerfield Arts Bank on Thursday, April 17 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, showcasing a variety of talent from the Valley.
What is The ArtSalon?
The ArtSalon is a dynamic social evening of engaging presentations by established and emerging artists in the Pioneer Valley. The ArtSalon provides an opportunity for artists and designers of all mediums to present their work and ideas in a format called Pecha Kucha (pronounced peh-chak-cha) of 20 slides x 20 seconds each. Come meet and join the artists, creators, critics, and collectors in a friendly, social gathering of conversations about the arts in our community. At each Salon, four artists from the Pioneer Valley will present a slideshow of their work. Want to learn more? Email firstname.lastname@example.org