Amherst, MA: Sunday, September 24, 2017

Mead Art Museum, Amherst College

Saya Woolfalk: Life Products and the ChimaCloud

the 3rd art installation designed for the museum’s 1611 Rotherwas Room

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video still from ChimaCloud

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video still from Life Products by Chima-TEK

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Cloud Conjuring Terminal (metal and video)

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ChimaTEK: Cloud Catching Costume: manequin wearing a garment containing a virtual-reality element (which, alas, will only show when using a special app)

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The Four Virtues (Justice, Temperance, Prudence, and Fortitude): digital prints inspired by the fireplace figures in the Rotherwas Room

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Conjuring the Four Virtues (digital print)

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Rotherwas Room mantlepiece figurines representing the four virtues, carved circa 1611

Links:

https://www.amherst.edu/museums/mead

http://www.sayawoolfalk.com/

 

 

 

Amherst, MA: Saturday, November 27, 2015

Gallery A3

“nothing is wasted in nature or in love” (4 artist show)

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Untitled by Olivia Bernard

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Oddities series by Olivia Bernard

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Blue Sorrow 2 (and detail) by Constance Hamilton

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detail of Shansi-Saludi by Evelyn Pye

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Generations Link (left) and Michael’s Tower (right) by Sue Katz

links:

http://www.gallerya3.com/Home.html

http://oliviabernard.com/

http://constancehamilton.com/

Evelyn Pye

http://www.suekatzart.com/

Amherst, MA: Wednesday, January 22, 2014

University Museum of Contemporary Art (UMass Amherst)

Kim Carlino: Dialogue with a Collection

Works by Kim Carlino paired and interspersed with pieces from University Museum’s collection

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Left: Patrick Hughes, prints from The Domestic Life of the Rainbow

Right: Kim Carlino, Cosmological Formations Series III, number VII

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detail of one of Kim Carlino’s large wall pieces, watercolor and ink on Yupo

Lynn Cohen: False Clues

Large, disquieting photos of unidentified interior environments, I don’t really like to take photos of photos – like everything else these should be seen in person.

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Amherst, MA: Saturday, February 16, 2013

Hope & Feathers

Rhys Davies: Returning to Landscape

Inspired by Wales, the artist’s abstractions have taken on an element of landscape.

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oil on canvas

Left: Ev Gof Am (Welsh Poppies)

Right: Porthdinllaen

links:

http://hopeandfeathersframing.com/

Gallery A3

Janet Walerstein Winston and Margaret Jean: Forms of Abstraction

Janet Walerstein Winston showed paintings and prints which were different in appearance and feel but unified in always including architectural elements. Margaret Jean showed a series of colorful paintings which were informed by landscape while remaining fully abstract.

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Janet Walerstein Winston: Structure IV, monoprint

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Margaret Jean: some of the paintings of the Autumn Song series, oil on canvas

links:

http://www.gallerya3.com/Home.html

http://mjtaylorgallery.com/

http://www.janetwalersteinwinston.com/