Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Solo Exhibition Opening Reception ~ Friday July 11th




"Severance #3" 60" x 48" encaustic, mixed media and vintage found objects on birch


Please join me for the Opening Reception
of my Solo Exhibition

at LANOUE GALLERY , Boston
 FRIDAY, JULY 11th 6-8pm

LANOUE GALLERY
(*new location*)
450 Harrison Ave, No. 31
Boston Ma 02118
www.lanouegallery.com

this event is open to the public.
 
 
Hope to see you there! 



2014 exhibition invitation

Saturday, May 17, 2014

SAVE THE DATE ~ Summer Solo Exhibition


JULY 2014

Annual Solo Exhibition 
at  
LANOUE GALLERY 
(new Boston location!)

Opening : Friday, July 11th 


Exciting news!  LANOUE GALLERY (*formally Lanoue Fine Art) has moved from their Newbury Street location to a stunning new 4100 sf spot in Boston's buzzing contemporary arts district, SoWa. 

I've had the great pleasure of being represented by Lanoue Gallery for the past 4 years and I'm honored to be featured once again in my third annual solo show and one of the first exhibitions in the galleries new space. 
Opening on July 11th and coinciding with Boston's First Friday Art Events, the exhibition will premier an expansive body of my most recent work along with some of my largest scale paintings to date. You don't want to miss it! 


Mark your calendars and come celebrate with us in July!

In the meantime, I look forward to sharing sneak peeks into my studio and the *new Lanoue Gallery on 
 The New Lanoue...coming June 2014
   
gallery renovations under way with walls just waiting to be filled



Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Southern Comfort

from my last visit to Naples, FL . still there in spirit!



Here in Boston, the temperature still struggles to rise above 20 degrees as the snow tirelessly taps at my studio door.
Outside… green forfeits to white... grey is the new blue.

INside the studio, my palette undoubtedly reflects these pale winter months. Luckily, warm memories and the inevitable arrival of brighter days never fail to revive vibrancy of brush stroke and spirit.

As I dream of sunshine and the unfrozen ocean at my feet… I'm comforted by the thought that many of my paintings dwell in the very atmosphere that inspired them.
With 75 degree days and balmy night breezes beckoning me, this month I'll just have to live vicariously through my work represented at Trudy Labell Fine Art in Naples, Florida.

If you're fortunate enough to be in this beautiful area of the world, you can visit the gallery to view a large selection of my work... and perhaps bring home a bit of sunshine for yourself!

Below: a selection of work currently available at the gallery, 
including new pieces featured in the benefit exhibition event “Night Music” 
opening this Wednesday, February 12th

for information on this exhibition and view more of my work available at the gallery




"Aberrance" #2"  36" x 36"  Encaustic, oil, copper and vintage found objects on birch 
Available and currently featured in the exhibition "Night Music" @ Trudy Labell Fine Art


detail of Aberrance #2 (w/ vintage boating manuals, maps and photographs)


 reception @ Trudy Labell Fine Art

 
"Cessation #3" 40" x 40" Encaustic, mixed media, vintage found objects on birch. *currently available

detail of Cessation #3 (w/ vintage photographs/love letters, copper & sari wedding gown remnants


 "Traversing #3-4" 36" x 73" Encaustic, mixed media, vintage objects on birch * currently available



 detail of Traversing diptych


"Immersion #1-16" 52" x 52" Encaustic, mixed media, vintage found objects on birch


"Immersion" in the gallery  *currently available


 
"Consonance #3" in gallery (sold)


Trudy Labell Fine Art - reception  ("Immersion" on left)


 
Owner Trudy Labell, gallery director Lynn Pitocelli and I @ the gallery


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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Flashback Summer / Fastforward Fall

 Windows @ Solo Exhibition, Newbury Street Boston. July/August 2013


 pre-show prep in the studio -Summer 2013


REWIND: Summer 2013


    This past Summer seemed the polar opposite of endless or lazy. (ah yes...the exact  definition of what my favorite season should rightfully be.) On the contrary, my Summer flew by FAST, furious and fell far too short. 
    The long days of lounging carefree by the waters edge, feet planted warmly in the sand, watching the waves roll calmly by, were sadly few and far between. Although I consider that very scenario my all time favorite and most inspirational activity, instead...I happily (and longingly) stayed busy re-creating that nostalgic feeling in the studio for others to enjoy. 
    July and August proved 100% worth the sacrifice, with an immensely successful solo show in Boston and love floating in from all over the world. My heart was full of gratitude not only for the unbelievable support ...but for the lesson learned that you will always get back what you passionately put into that which you love. 
   
    September brought a bit of a whirlwind, keeping me busy maintaining my sails at every moment. Gratefully, October has landed me right where I should be. Back at the helm, full steam ahead, with a bounty of beauty before me. I'm anxious to discover what the crisp coming season will bring to my table. Change is in the air.

Below: selected images from my solo exhibition at Lanoue Fine Art
THANK YOU to everyone who came out and helped fill my opening reception with incredible energy and love!







 with gallery owner Susan Lanoue and director Erin Lietzes

 
 
 




Many additional images and video from the studio and exhibitions, 
are available on Facebook.

Monday, July 1, 2013

Solo Exhibition : Mission Complete!

selected images from exhibition invitation


I'm excited to share that all of the new work for my Summer Solo Exhibition 
is now complete ... and happily hometown bound! 

Starting on JULY 13th
the paintings shown below will be on view and available exclusively at 
in Boston

I hope you will join me for the Opening Reception 
on Saturday, July 13th, 5:30-7:30pm 
and help celebrate the premier of my most recent body of work!
(including over 14 large scale pieces I highly recommend diving into in person)


 Consonance #5, 40" x 40", encaustic, mixed media and vintage found objects on birch

 
 
Refluence #2, 36" x 36", encaustic, mixed media and vintage found objects on birch


 
Cessation #4, 48" x 48", encaustic, mixed media and vintage found objects on birch


Cessation #2, 48" x 48", encaustic, mixed media and vintage found objects on birch

 
 Emergence #1-# 2 , 36" x 72", encaustic, mixed media and vintage found objects on birch


 Severance, 36" x 36", encaustic, mixed media and vintage found objects on birch


Confluence #26, 36" x 36", encaustic, mixed media and vintage found objects on birch
 

 Traversing #7 & 8, 30" x 60", encaustic, mixed media and vintage found objects on birch


 Caesura #2, 36" x 36", encaustic, mixed media and vintage found objects on birch


Quiescence #10, 40" x 40", encaustic, mixed media, vintage found objects & bark on birch
 

  Sanctuary, 36" x 36", encaustic, mixed media, vintage found objects and bark on birch


 Quiescence #14, 36" x 36", encaustic, mixed media, vintage found objects & bark (circa 1800's) on birch


 "Grass is Always Greener" 36" x 36", encaustic, mixed media and vintage found objects on birch


 Refuge, 42" x 24", encaustic, mixed media and vintage found objects on birch


"Sirena #20", 30" x 23" encaustic, mixed media and vintage found objects on birch