New England Biolabs-January 27, 2015 through March 10, 2015
A body of work from my Seascape series has been selected for a 2-person show with abstract painter Anthony Falcetta at New England Biolabs in Ipswich, MA. These exhibitions are juried by the employees of New England Biolabs in a tradition that goes back 30 years. The exhibitions are curated by Carol Seitchik and Debra Olin of Art Focus.
A special thanks to Bob Korn, bobkornimaging.com, for his unparallelled print-making skills.
Please note: There will not be an opening event related to this exhibition, the galleries at New England Biolabs are on private property and not open to the public.
True North Gallery-opening June 18, 2015
A collection of my Seascapes is now hanging at True North Gallery in Hamilton, MA. truenorthgallery.net Gallery owner Belinda Recio has been so kind as to clear enough wall space to hang six of my 30 x 40 framed images. If you haven't had an opportunity to visit True North, it really is quite a find. The gallery specializes in art and gifts inspired by the north, nature and native traditions.
Griffin Museum of Photography-July 7, 2015-indefinately
The Griffin, a highly respected photography-specific museum in Winchester, MA has created a virtual gallery of 20 images from my Seascape series. I consider it a great honor to have my work exhibit (virtually) by the Griffin! You can see the gallery here: http://www.griffinmuseum.org/blog/Virtual%20Gallery/
Art in Giving
I'm honored to now have a collection of images from my Seascape Series featured on the Art in Giving website http://www.artingiving.com/.
Here's an excerpt from their mission statement: Art in Giving combines the ingenuity of childhood cancer researchers with the creativity of artists. Researchers stretch the limits of their minds in a relentless pursuit to cure cancer. Artists stretch the limits of their imagination to appeal to our hearts and souls. Art in Giving follows a unique path that combines the creativity and generosity of its artists with the needs of talented cancer researchers. Up to 50% of the proceeds from the sale of art through the efforts of Art in Giving are donated to The Rachel Molly Markoff Foundation. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity that makes grants to cancer researchers.