Bar Harbor, ME – MDI Biological Lab

Bar Harbor, ME – MDI Biological Lab

E-announcement AMSExhibition June 20th – September 30th

A Fresh Field of Life: Artists, Naturalists and the Vision for Acadia is the theme of the MDI Biological Laboratory’s fifth annual Art Meets Science exhibit that features science-inspired work by local, national, and international artists. Concurrent with the centennial celebration of Acadia National Park, this year’s exhibition tells the story of art and science coming together on this island in the 19th century, the founding of a national part and how art and science connect our knowledge in the 21st century.

Featured Art & Science Collaborators

Robyn Ellenbogen with Keven Strange, Ph.D., & Dustin Updike, Ph.D.
Linda Rowell-Kelley with Jane Disney, Ph.D.

Opening Reception > Thursday, July 7th
Preview showing for artists and their guests begins at 4 pm
Open to the public at 5-7 pm

Weekly guided tours > June 21st through September 30th
For more information and to pre-register:

PARIS, FR – Vernissage de l’exposition “GAIA”

PARIS, FR – Vernissage de l’exposition “GAIA”


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Pine Needles hanging.
Pine Needles hanging.


Visite de l’exposition du mairie du 18ème Eric Lejoindre et de la conseillère de Paris Danièle Premel commentée par la commissaire de l’exposition Julia Rajacic / Paris 18th city mayor Eric Lejoindre with the counsillor in charge of popular education Danièle Premel visiting the exhibition with the curator Julia Rajacic

Visit of the exhibition of the hall of the 18th Eric Lejoindre and the adviser of Paris danièle premel commented on by the commissioner of the exhibition Julia Rajacic / Paris 18th City Mayor Eric Lejoindre with the counsillor in charge of popular education danièle premel Visiting the exhibition with the curator Julia Rajacic

CAMBRIDGE, MA – 30 Below

CAMBRIDGE, MA – 30 Below

Olivo was accepted into Cambridge Art Association’s 30 Below exhibition for next January.

Juried by Mary M. Tinti, Curator of the Fitchburg Art Museum
Presented at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery, January 9 – 28, 2016
Award Presented January 14th Reception | Best in Show, $250

About Our Juror
Mary M. Tinti is the curator at the Fitchburg Art Museum (FAM). Tinti is an art historian and curator specializing in modern and contemporary art, with a focus on public art. Prior to her appointment at FAM she was the Koch Curatorial Fellow at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln. ‘Ms. Tinti received her bachelor of arts degree in 2000 from Providence College and a Ph.D in 2008 from Rutgers University. Prior to joining the staff at deCordova, she was the first-ever public art fellow at the New England Foundation for the Arts (2010-2011) and the deputy artistic director of WaterFire Providence (2008-2010).
For more information click here.

30. below : Important Dates
JANUARY 4, 2016: Shipped Artwork Deadline
DECEMBER 12 – JANUARY 7, 2016: In Person Drop – Off
JANUARY 9 – 28, 2016: Show dates
JANUARY 14, 6-9PM: Opening Reception
JANUARY 29TH & 30TH, 11-5PM: End of Show Pick-UP

Congratulations to the accepted artists!

Christopher Abrams Could Cloud 3 Copper Wire, Styrene Plastic 7″LX5″WX4″H $250
Kristi Beisecker Olivo Traditional Photography 22″x28″ $400
Darek Bittner New York #17 Collage 8×10″ $350
Molly Blumberg Clouds For Mountains Handmade Paper, Found Wood 72″x20″x8″ $950
Olivia Boi Hardshape Series #86 Spray Paint and Latex Paint on Canvas 28 x 33″ $500
Carlie Bristow Untitled, part of “Food Landscapes” series Digital Print 16X20 $200
Emily Brodrick Jagged Acrylic Yarns 3’x3′ 1,700
Celine Browning Draw Plastic, Wood 18″x6″x8″ $375
Mia Cross Oleg’s Flowers Oil on Canvas on board 43″ x 36″ $2,000
Elizabeth Ellendwood Building Study 4 Archival Silver Gelatin Print 16×20 $450
Sarah Fagan Organize VII (Daylight Saving Time) Acrylic on Canvas 12 x 12″ $450
Anthony Febo “The Patriot Act” as part of the series “Captain America vs. The Universe” Digital Print 16X20 $150
Emily Garfield Aorta Isles (Cityspace #210) Water-Soluble pencil 24”x32″ $1,250
Aubrey Gauthier Funny enough Wood, Paint and Paper 3″ x 2.75″ $100
Graehound Durner’s Chandelier Mixed Watermedia on Arches Black 44″ x 30″ $2,300
Amanda Hawkins Mount Desert Isle Acrylic 34×36 NFS
Sofie Hodara Drone On Toner Transfer on paper 26 x 42″ $1,200
Alli Keller 23 (Lawn Games) Lithograph 23 x 29.5″ $400
Haley MacKeil Thin Wall, Revealed Linocut 22″ x 30″ $250
Brittany Marcoux The Birthday Tape Archival Inkjet Print 15″ x 19″ $300
Dina Martinelli Zulma Acrylic on Canvas 30″x36″ $300
Norah Remmers Small and Wise #2 Woodblock Print 26.5 X 32.5” $400
Nicole Reynolds Nobody Home Photography Size? $30
Steve Sangapore Virtuality Acrylic on Canvas 44″ x 32″ x 4″ $1,950
Hilary Tait-Norod This Is Personal Oil and Mixed Media on Canvas 36″ x 60″ $3,200

Info from:

Paris, France

Paris, France

I’m super excited to announce that “Pine Needles” and “Pine Needles #2” were accepted into a new exhibition for later this year that will be in the heart of Paris! It’s theme Women and the Environment’s Protection. Intentionally, it is during the international summit for climate change. I know one location is in a city building and a local gallery. Exact information I will release at a later date.

Worcester State University

Worcester State University

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Happy to announce “Olivo”, “Water #2” and “Kelp” were accepted into The Art of Science/The Science of Art exhibition at Worcester State University’s Mary Cosgrove Dolphin Gallery.

Please join us Thursday evening, October 22, from 5-7 PM for the opening reception for the show. The exhibition will be on view Oct. 22 – Dec. 3, Tuesday – Friday, 11 -5, and Saturdays, 1-5.

Exhibition | InVision: 2D & 3D Landscape

Exhibition | InVision: 2D & 3D Landscape

The Davis Art Gallery invites you to the opening reception for InVision: 2D & 3D Landscape

Explore the meaning of “Landscape” as more than 80 artists present diverse interpretations of physical, spiritual, cultural, and ecological vistas. Painting, photography, sculpture, drawing, and mixed media will be on display.


September 10, 2015 5:00-7:00pm


Printers Building, 44 Portland Street, 3rd Floor

Worcester, MA 01608

New Show Announcement!

New Show Announcement!


The Rocky Neck Art Colony is pleased and excited to announce the names of the artists whose work will be on display in “Printed, Painted, Folded or Torn: Paperworks” the month-long exhibition, July 2-26, 2015 at the Cultural Center at Rocky Neck, 6 Wonson Street, Gloucester. The juror, Katherine French, Curator and Director Emerita at Danforth Art in Framingham, MA selected 64 works by 44 artists from close to 200 works submitted.

Many thanks to all who entered and let us view the work you submitted. All are invited to attend a reception for the artists on Saturday, July 11, 4-6 PM when the Juror’s Choice selections will be presented. A closing celebration will be held on Sunday, July 26, 4-6 pm, when People’s Choice selections will be recognized.

Selected artists will be contacted shortly with the titles of pieces selected and information about the logistics of the show.


Janet Albert

Justin Barfield

Deborah Barnwell

Kristi Beisecker

Joy Buell

Kevin Carr

Elizabeth Carter

Katherine Coakley

Yhanna Coffin

Mary D. Cole

Christiane Corcelle

Anne Marie Crotty

Kay Dolezal

James Flahaven

Carol Flax

Jean Fogle

Conny Goelz-Schmitt

Sarah Graziano

Mike Grimaldi

Leslie Heffron

Sarah Hulsey

Daniela Hyacinthe

Laura Louise Lester

Karen McCarthy

Ruth Mordecai

Veronica Morgan

Sinikka Nogelo

Kimberly Quint

Lauri Rakoff-Chertok

Ilene Richard

Judith Robinson-Cox

Lisa Russell

Elaine Sapochetti

Carolyn Sirois

Robin Solit

Lorraine Sullivan

Martha L. Swanson

Julia Talcott

Lois Tarlow

Barbara Trachtenberg

Constance Vallis

June Vernon

Timothy Wilson

Philip Young

The Bees Knees – 42 Maple Contemporary Art Center

The Bees Knees – 42 Maple Contemporary Art Center

This past Tuesday I drove 2.5 hours up to Bethlehem, NH to drop off my artwork in the mountains! My pieces, Pine Needles, Pine Needles #2 and Seaweed were accepted into a really cool exhibit called the Bees Knees. The exhibition was focused on bringing awareness to the Bee depopulation and supporting locally organic products and honey. I really wish I could attend the reception because it sounded really interesting, but it is on the first day I am going to be in Italy so I won’t be in the country.

The drive up to Bethlehem, NH was interesting – although long… – it was fun to drive through the Franconcia National Park and see the mountains and valleys and gorges, etc. I hope the weather would be a bit better for pickup day because I would be interested in stopping by some of the sites in that park – it was raining when I drove up to drop them off. I’m sure there will be a formal press release out next week.

Wheaton College Reception

Wheaton College Reception

Last Wednesday my family and I went to the Wheaton College reception and I’m really glad I went! I met Elizabeth Keithline whose the gallery director at Beard and Weil Gallery (at Wheaton College). I have a new found love for Wheaton. Everyone was so friendly and welcoming! My former girl scout leader and her daughter came as well and I was surprised to learn that another artist whom I had previously exhibited with at the Cambridge Art Association was in this show as well!

Other than that not much else happened. There’s a few events later in the week (Gallery Talk and Artist Talk) that I will try to attend. But so far this has been one of the more exciting exhibitions! Can’t wait to see what else may come through this spring and summer! :)

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Visual Alchemy Press Release

Visual Alchemy Press Release


Fountain Street Fine Art presents


juried by Elizabeth Devlin, founder of Flux-Boston

January 2 –25, 2015

Reception Saturday, January 3, 2014, 57pm

Fountain Street Fine Art in Framingham will host its eighth Juried Show, VISUAL ALCHEMY, from January 2 – 25, 2015. A Reception will be held Saturday, January 3rd from 5-7pm.

Artists were asked to explore “Visual Alchemy: tangible evidence of experimentation, discovery and transformation” and submit artwork in any media that they felt interpreted the theme. Nearly 200 artists from across the country submitted about three hundred works of art. Forty-two pieces by thirty-four artists were selected for inclusion into the show.

Juror Elizabeth Devlin commented that “this was definitely the most difficult “blind” judging I have ever done, which speaks to the quality of applicants. I combed through the entries SO many times, and had to make tough decisions since so many were aesthetically beautiful.”


Fountain Street Fine Art exhibits contemporary work by emerging and mid-career artists that is skillfully executed, exciting and new. Solo shows by member artists alternate with collaborative projects, installations and group shows.


Juror Elizabeth Devlin is an independent curator, art consultant, and founder of FLUX. Boston, an online resource for artists and art enthusiasts in the Boston area and beyond.

Contact:                Cheryl Clinton 508.740.4431 or Marie Craig 774.286.1800

Fountain Street Fine Art, 59 Fountain Street, Framingham MA 01702

GALLERY HOURS Thurs-Sun, 11-5 and by appointment 508-879-4200           


Winter Exhibition News

It’s official! The Fall exhibition season is coming to a close and the results for the winter exhibition season are rolling in! Overall the fall exhibition was active. To recap; the ADA24 Celebration exhibition ended in September, On the Wall at Boston City Hall was in September, Surface and Depth ran from September – November, and Autumn show at the Hive Gallery ran from September – November.

This winter there are few exciting exhibitions taking place.

A.I.R Gallery’s 11th Biennial Exhibition1_Beisecker_Bluebells
I recently posted a press release “Making and Taking Pictures Reconsidered” for the biennial exhibition that Bluebells is apart of. The exhibition runs from December 4th – Jan 4th with a reception on December 4th. My family and I are planning on attending the reception for this exhibition as it is my first major exhibition in NYC!

8_Beisecker_KelpKathyrn Schults Gallery and University Place Gallery
From December 4th, 2014 through January 16th, 2015 – Kelp will be apart of the PLATINUM exhibition celebrating the Cambridge Art Association. The exhibition will be visiting two galleries in Cambridge, MA. The Kathryn Schultz Gallery (25 Lowell Street, Cambridge MA 02138) and the University Place Gallery (124 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge MA 02138). Reception on December 5th from 6pm – 8pm with a closing reception on January 16th from 5:30pm – 7:30pm.

3_Beisecker_PineneedlesFountain Street Fine Art Gallery
Pine Needles was accepted into an exhibition at the Fountain Street Fine Art gallery in Framingham, MA from January 2nd to January 25th with a reception on January 3rd from 5pm – 7pm.

There could be a couple more coming through later in the winter. But I’m excited for these. Last winter was kinda a bust, but my energy was focused in my job and not necessarily my artwork.

Surface & Depth exhibition at The Golden Thread Gallery

Surface & Depth exhibition at The Golden Thread Gallery

Surface & Depth
The Golden Thread Gallery

10559889_890557867624184_6154000368628523859_nOn Saturday the 13th I drove out to West Hartford, CT to attend the reception for the Surface & Depth gallery. I really like this space and it is cool that it is underneath a monastery/spiritual retreat center. I’m thinking about becoming a member once I have some extra money. I like that their exhibition themes are big/philosophical ideas rather than ‘landscapes’ or ‘still lives’, etc. I actually found it very hard to choose which exhibit to submit my artwork to! Many of their themes for this season can fit my artwork. This is Seaweed’s first group show. :-) Being a spiritual retreat center the crowd was a little bit older, so the reception was quieter than normal, and I didn’t really know anyone there which made it hard to reach out and mingle. But I’m glad I went because the energy of the place was really nice and it’s a great gallery.

Exhibition News and Updates

DSCN0390 I’ll be picking up my work, Pine Needles at the Institute for Human Centered Design on September 11th. But the artwork can still be viewed online:

boston-cityhallBluebells will be at the “On the Wall” exhibit which opens September 15th and ends September 30th. The reception is at 4-5pm on the 30th. Unfortunately, I’ll be in Canada during the reception so I will not be able to attend.

BwDLQrRCMAAGWgvSeaweed was accepted into an exhibition called, “Surface and Depth” at the Golden Thread Gallery in West Hartford, CT! The exhibition opens September 15th and closes November 1st. If you’re in the area, stop by and check them out!

image (10) The works Bluebells and Flowers that are touring with the In/Finite Earth program will be at Middle Tennesse State Unversity’s Todd Gallery from September 16th to October 1st.

Exhibition News and Updates

boston-cityhallMy artwork was accepted into an exhibition at Boston City Hall starting on September 15th. End date, I don’t know yet, but I’ll post an update when I do get the info. This exhibit is also celebrating artists with disabilities!


September 15th – September 30th

Reception on the 30th from 4-5pm.

DSCN0390The exhibit that Pine Needles is in at the Institute of Human Centered Design will continue to be there until October 1st.

If you are in Boston this fall, stop by and see my two works available at these locations!

Access Gallery – Denver, CO

Access Gallery – Denver, CO

The third leg of my National tour with the In/Finite Earth collection opened this month at the VSA Colorado chapter – Access Gallery. Previously it was installed at the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center in Bowling Green, Kentucky and Volkswagen Headquarters in Herndon, VA after finishing it’s three-month long exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution.

Denver,CO – In/Finite Earth is the 12th exhibition in VSA and Volkswagen Group of America’s annual Emerging Artists Program. This longtime collaboration provides 15 selected visual artists who are living with disabilities, ages 16 – 25, with an unprecedented opportunity to receive national recognition at the start of their careers. Culminating in a national tour of the winning artwork, including exhibitions at the Smithsonian Institution and other venues across the country.

This year’s theme asked the artists to showcase work that illuminates innovative viewpoints at the intersection of environmentalism, creativity and disability. The winning artwork presents each artist’s distinct and compelling responses to their environment, personal history, and, at times personal disability.

VSA Colorado/Access Gallery is proud to host this exhibit for the second time. This year we are also pleased to have a VSA Colorado/Access Gallery artist AJ Kiel in the show. AJ has worked at VSA Colorado/Access Gallery and by being one of the winners AJ was able to go to DC for the unveiling of this exhibit.


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