Thursday, July 16, 2015

Check out this interview by Denise Driscoll

Take a peek into my studio process by reading this interview about some of the work in my exhibition, The Left Behind….

The show opens tomorrow!

The show opens tomorrow, Friday, July17th and the reception will be from 6-8pm. Hope you can make it. You can also preview the work in the show at the gallery's website…

The Left Behind at Fountain Street Fine Art

Fountain Street Fine Art presents

The Left Behind
Stacey Piwinski
July 17 August 15, 2015
Reception July 17, 6-8pm

Stacey Piwinski’s mixed media paintings incorporate discarded objects as a way to invoke the memories of   the things, and people, that we hold dear. “As someone who enjoys the accumulation of things, I often wonder why some objects are so precious to us while others are so easily discarded,” Piwinski comments. “While preparing for my wedding, I have been thinking about how our energy and intention are carried through many of our possessions.” By working with the objects, memories, and energies of what is left behind, this show is actually more about inclusion than exclusion. 

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Visual Alchemy

The show Visual Alchemy will be on exhibit through January 25th.
Juried by Elizabeth Devlin, Founder of the FLUX Boston art blog and independent curator this show includes many diverse artists from all over the country. You can see the full catalog here…

I am happy to share that I was given the opportunity to curate this show as part of my fellowship with Fountain Street Fine Art this year. Also, last week the exhibit was reviewed by Cate McQuaid n the Boston Globe…

I would like to congratulate Nina Earley, Marie Craig and Lisa Sibley on the favorable mentions of their works in this review.

Lisa Sibley, Nina Earley, and Marie Craig at the Visual Alchemy exhibition at Fountain Street Fine Art.