Summer show at Salem Art Works

Opening July 11 at Salem Art Works, Salem, NY: a two person exhibit, Abstract Assertions, Victoria Palermo and Ewelina Bochenska. Click here for more info.

Isosceles Hammock, may be seen outdoors in the SCULPTURE PARK at Salem Art Works this summer.  Click here to learn about the Cary Hill Sculpture Park.


“Architecture as muse at Union College”: Two Coats of Paint

Click here to link to Sharon Butler’s blog, Two Coats of Paint, and photos of the exhibition, blueprint, with work by Sharon Butler, Peter Dudek, and me.  Artist talk and reception at Union College, February 20, starting at 3:30pm.  The show is curated by artist Brece Honeycutt.


Upcoming: Exhibit at Union College

I am pleased to be part of this exhibit curated by artist Brece Honeycutt.    An excerpt from the curator’s statement:  “Just as one uses a guidebook when wayfinding in a city, Simon Mawer’s The Glass Room will serve as an architectural guide to examine, juxtapose and unite the works of Butler, Dudek and Palermo. Throughout Mawer’s book, the concepts, structures and images from the three artists’ works are made manifest.  It is almost as if Mawer had the vibrant planes of Palermo’s structures, or layered architectural shapes of Butler’s canvases, or the three-dimensional constructivist landscapes by Dudek in his mind’s eye as he wrote.  Mawer: “Steel will be as translucent as water.  Light will be as solid as walls and walls as transparent as air.  I conceive of a house that will be unlike any other, living space that changes functions as the inhabitants wish, a house that merges seamlessly into the garden outside, a place that is at once of nature and quite aside from nature.” *
* Simon Mawer, The Glass Room, (Other Press, 2009),  p.43.

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Opening at Chesterwood

isosceles hammock 1The summer/fall exhibition of contemporary sculpture at Chesterwood opens on June 22. The show will include my new piece, Isosceles Hammock. Visit Chesterwood in Stockbridge, MA to tour the sculpture grounds and to visit the home and studio of Daniel Chester French.

Please visit the Chesterwood website for details!


Carriage House at John Davis Gallery

My exhibit at John Davis Gallery in Hudson, NY closes on June 16th.  Click here for images of the exhibition.


Thank you Toronto Savvy!

Please click here to view TORONTO SAVVY blog post about my North Adams’ bus shelter.


Schick Gallery talk, October 2, 2012

Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY:  2012 Selected Faculty Exhibition

Gallery talk at 4 pm on Tuesday, October 2.

 


Upcoming exhibit at Schick Gallery, Skidmore College


Bus Stand Opens

Bus Stand Opens!
June 28 in North Adams, Massachusetts

The Bus Stand was made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts, Art Mentor Foundation Lucerne, and the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

MASS MoCA Ongoing Exhibitions

From left to right: Kidspace Director Laura Thompson, North Adams’ Mayor Albright, MASS MoCA Director Joe Thompson, Victoria Palermo and DownStreet Art’s Jonathan Secor.


Ribbon cutting ceremony in North Adams

On Thursday, June 28th at 5:30 pm, there will be a ribbon cutting ceremony for my newly installed public artwork, Bus Stand.  The project, which will be a permanent addition to the Main Street landscape in the town of North Adams,
was commissioned by Kidspace at MASS MoCA and made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Art Mentor Foundation Lucerne, and the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Location:  Main Street, North Adams, Massachussetts.