Saturday, June 25, 2022


Three artists exhibit together for the month of July with an opening reception on 
Friday, July 1st from 5 - 8 PM
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Deborah Garner, Alicia Hunsicker, and Karen Loomis are close friends and creative collaborators who have worked in tandem for decades. They draw inspiration from the natural world to create distinctive visionary
 reflections of the macro and micro in oil, acrylic, alcohol ink and other media. 

Deborah Garner's artistic process is about letting go. Her spontaneous interaction with the materials is an organic flow which she allows to happen rather than following a preconceived end result. Her work expresses a sense of freedom and loose gestures that appear in motion.

Alicia Hunsicker's art fuses her interests in science, consciousness, and spirituality. She sees repeating patterns in nature as the framework of a divine connective language and often references particles in her paintings to express something common from the minuscule world deep within atoms to the vastness of the universe.

Karen Loomis creates work that reveres the beauty in broken or damaged objects by emphasizing the transformation that occurs in repair.  Her sculptural pieces express love expended on mending and value in what is imperfect. Her paintings in this body of work investigate cellular, dendritic, and crystalline patterns that occur in nature.

Come meet the artists during Gallery Walk on Friday, July 1st from 5 - 8 PM  at Gallery in the Woods, 145 Main Street. For more information go to galleryinthewoods.com or call (802) 257-4777.

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

SHIFT Now showing at Hampden Gallery

Please join me on April 22nd from 2 to 4 pm at Hampden Gallery, UMass, Amherst
to see the show and celebrate Earth Day!

All new work & new mediums! Come see what I have been up to and witness the Shift!

Monday, December 4, 2017

Cheap Joe's Art Stuff Catalog


There are so many ways to share your artwork with the world!
I just received a note of Congratulations that I have been selected to have my artwork showcased in the 2018 Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff Reference Catalog.

If you have never checked out Cheap Joe's art supplies you should! They
have some great deals.  Here is the website and of course you should sign up to get next years print catalog!

Friday, December 1, 2017

Open Studio Tomorrow!


I am doing my open studio a bit differently this year.  I usually open my studio up to the public and set it up like a gallery and do so in conjunction with my neighbor Kristin Nicholas.  This year however I had a conflict with the closing reception of From Out the the West at the Sprinkler Factory in Worcester, MA which is on Sunday.

 So! I will be setting up a display at Kristin's Open Farmhouse Event on Saturday 10 am to 4 pm.  I will be there that one day only!
Here is the Event page on Facebook  The event is free and open to the public. We will have refreshments and lots of hand made Gifts to make your holiday special! Deborah Garner Collection and The Kangaroo Dyer will also be joining us!! Hope you can make it!!



Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Showing at the Whitney Center for the Arts


Hello! I wanted to let my readers know about my next show at the Whitney Center for the Arts in Pittsfield, MA.  I will be showing with two other unique women artists Lori Bradley and Catherine Smith.  The exhibition, which was curated by Nayana Glazier, is based on themes of nature and mystical, metaphysical rebirth and transformation and is called Chrysalis.  

You are invited to the opening is this Friday,
June 2nd from 5 to 8pm. If you can't make the opening the Gallery Hours are: 
Saturdays 12n-5pm and during the week by appt.
413-443-0289 
The show can also be viewed at other events that are happening that month.



Whitney Center for the Arts, nestled in the heart of the Berkshires in Pittsfield, is dedicated to elevating performance and visual arts. Pittsfield is also referred to as “The Brooklyn of the Berkshires”, edgy, creative and an alternative to stodgy and predictable art scenes. The Whit, as it is affectionately called is housed in a historic mansion, just down the road from Tanglewood and Historic Lenox and a scenic drive from Mass MOCA. Pittsfield is the largest city in the Berkshires, the County seat and a growing artistic and cultural hub with several theaters and arts institutions within a few steps of the Whit. Read more here


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Sunday, January 29, 2017

Two person show at New England BioLabs

This very detailed painting called "MicroScape" was finished on Friday and delivered yesterday along with a car load of other paintings that will be shown at New England BioLabs in the Boston area for the next 6 weeks. Its a pleasure to be showing with artist Mark Stock's science inspired photography. You can see his work at this link:https://artthescience.com/bl…/2016/…/11/creators-mark-stock/

Alicia Hunsicker's art is undeniably beautiful. She is an expert at extracting the highly-detailed textures and fibers of the human body, bringing them from darkness, into the light, with a technical precision that rivals any modern-day master.
David Aquino, Brattleboro Reformer