Saturday, October 11, 2014

Persistent Memories

Persistent Memories opens this Friday!

Invitation: gallery @ArtBlock Announces “Persistent Memories” Exhibition October 17-November 30

Press Contact: Margaret Kruse
617. 338.7600 x307

You are cordially invited to join the gallery @ArtBlock and the artists Nina Earley, Stacey Piwinski, and Brian Wilson, at an exhibition of recent work. The show will run from October 17th through November 30th, 2014. The opening reception will be held on Friday, October 17th from 6pm to 8pm, and the gallery will also be open for First Friday on Friday, November 7th from 6pm to 8pm.

Gallery Location and Hours:

gallery @ArtBlock
725 Harrison Street
Boston, MA 02118
617.338.7600 x307
Hours: Mon-Fri 11am-5pm
Saturday 12pm-3pm

Opening Reception:
Friday, October 17th 6pm to 8pm

First Friday:
Friday, November 7th 6pm to 8pm

This three-person exhibition will highlight the work of Nina Earley, Stacey Piwinski and Brian Wilson. These three artists allow their artistic processes to be guided by memories and, each in their own way, depict people, places and things that trigger the return of these memories, transforming thoughts into forms of artistic expression.

Nina Earley combines alternative photographic processes and textiles, Stacey Piwinski uses unconventional hand-woven fabrics and painting, and Brian Wilson incorporates photography and sculpture creating a rich mix of material, process, and textures into one memorable exhibition.

For more information, please visit our event page: Persistent Memories

Participating Artists:

Nina Earley

Stacey Piwinski

Monday, July 21, 2014

Boston Young Contemporaries 2014

Now in its 9th year, Boston Young Contemporaries is an annual juried exhibition, which highlights   exceptional work from MFA students across the New England area. This year the jurors were Josephine Halvorson (Artist), Pieranna Cavalchini (curator at the Isabella Stuart Gardener Museum), and Kenji Nakayama (Artist). I am honored to have two piece on display in this show. My piece pictured above, Donna, was awarded second place at the opening reception on July 18th. The show will be up until August 22nd at 808 Commonwealth Avenue in Boston, MA.

Friday, May 9, 2014

Les Femme Folles

I would like to share this post from Sally Denkin's blog Les Femme Folles. I am honored to be one of the featured artists!

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Save the Date

What They Could Be

A Solo Show of work by Stacey Piwinski
June 28th-July 31st
At the Mikan Gallery
257 Main Street
Wellfleet, MA 

Opening Reception
June 28th 6-8pm

Thursday, February 13, 2014

A Pleasant Surprise at the opening reception of WICKED

The opening for the show WICKED, juried by Hope Turner and Zola Solamente of the Arden Gallery in Boston, was Saturday evening, Feb. 8th. I am happy to share that my piece, September 20, 1911, received a Juror's Choice Award. This show is worth checking out and will be on display through March 2nd. 

Also currently on display is a show titled Woven at the UForge Gallery in JP. I have tow pieces on display in that show and it will also be on display through March 2nd. Please see the blog entry about the show below...

Friday, January 24, 2014

WICKED at Fountain Street Fine Arts

I am happy to announce that my piece, September 20, 1911 will be in the group show WICKED at Fountain Street Fine Arts. This show was juried by Hope Turner and Zola Solamente of the Arden Gallery in Boston. The opening reception is on Saturday, February 8th from 5-7pm. I hope to see you there!

The MFA Thesis Exhibition

For those of you who were unable to attend out MFA thesis exhibition, her are some photos of the show and reception.

The dirty dozen at the graduate toast. 
Deborah McDuff and her work.

Work by Barbara Safran de Niverville.

Work by Lindsey Rudolph. 

Work by Maggie Holmes, Pamela Drix, and Kevin Blake. 

My works Brian and Expansion #1.

Work by Rachel Mindrup and me. 

Work by Maggie Holmes, Pamela Drix, Kevin Blake and Phil Scorza. 

Work by Assya Makawi and Barbara Safran de Niverville.