Monday, August 1, 2022

Photos from Triad at Gallery in the Woods, Brattleboro, VT

Entrance to Triad

Alicia Blaze Hunscker

Deborah Garner

Karen Loomis

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

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 or call (802) 257-4777.

Wednesday, June 15, 2022

Science To Sage Magazine Feature Artist

What a beautiful job Science to Sage did on this feature artist spread!
Please click the link below to see the whole thing 

Science to Sage Alicia Hunsicker Feature

Monday, May 9, 2022

Gateway Installed

  Gateway was installed in this beautiful home this weekend.
So happy this piece found its forever home! 


acrylic on paper mounted on cradle board
32" x 32"

Sunday, August 1, 2021


 I recently installed this painting in its new home
right here in W. Mass!  I will miss living with this beauty but
am trilled its new owner will enjoy living with its ethereal presence.

oil on canvas
36" x 60"

Friday, January 1, 2021

Adobe Suite Associate Certification Complete!


I created a logo as a small part of my final project for the year long course for Adobe Suite
Associate Certification through Salem State University. I am pretty proud to have completed this course, where I became proficient in five Adobe programs Adobe Photoshop,  Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, and Animate
I may or may not use this logo for my graphic design business but I do like it so I won't rule it out.
The triangle shape is symbolic of the A frame I live in here in W. Mass.


Tuesday, October 20, 2020

 During the Covid times I have had to take a break from my art practice because art venues for shows are closed and workshops that I teach have been canceled.  I thought I would make the best of this break to polish my skills.  I will soon complete the Adobe Suite Associate Certificate program and have also taken some great Marketing and Branding classes. I have worked as a graphic designer in the past and I would like to reactivate my own freelance business to help other artists in the future. Below is a piece I designed for a job I recently completed for GCC. All these new classes and trainings have gotten my skill set up to date with the new technology. I hope I can share some of them with you soon. Until then I wish all of you good health and safety in these uncertain times. much love, Alicia 

Social Media Design

Poster and Entrance Sign Design

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Sensation & Perception Oxford Press Publication



 My painting Thought Forms, which explored neural patterns, was published in the
Oxford Press' Sensation & Perception 6th edition.


Thought Forms
acrylic and oil on paper mounted on cradle board
18.5” x 27.5” (sold)

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Illumination of the Quantum Field

 Excited to announce that Illumination of the Quantum Field was published in The Sow's Ear Poetry Review in their first publication for 2020.

Illumination of the Quantum Field, 12"x12, acrylic on panel (sold)



Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Makers' Markets, Fairs, Festivals & Upcoming Events

I will have a booth this year at these upcoming Makers' markets, Fairs, and Festivals
I will have a variety of small paintings and lovely and unique works that highlight color and light.  
Perfect for a gift or stocking stuffer!

Kringle Candle Fall Harvest Festival
Kringle Candle Co. & The Farm Table, Bernardston, MA
Saturday, October 5, 10am to 5pm
Sunday, October 6, 10am to 4pm

Scarecrow in the Park Fall Festival
Cushman Park, Bernardston, MA
Saturday, October 19, 10am to 4pm
Sunday, October 20, 10am to 3pm

The Hatfield Book Club Holiday Fair
Hatfield Elementary School, 33 Main St., Hatfield, MA
Saturday, November 9th,  9am to 3pm


The Little Drummer Holiday Fair
Franklin County Technical School, Turners Falls, MA
Saturday, November 23rd,  9am to 3pm

The Hive Makers' Market
156 Main St. Greenfield, MA
November 30, 10am to 5pm


5th Annual Leyden Glen Open House/Studio Event
31 Glen Rd., Leyden MA
Saturday, Dec. 7th & Sunday, Dec 8th, 10am to 4


 Hope to see you at one of these fun events!


Saturday, September 1, 2018

Group Show Invitational at Bridgette Mayer Gallery, Philadelphia


I am so pleased to be invited by on of my favorite galleries to create a piece for this show.

Cosmic Garden, 10" x 10", acrylic on ampersand panel.

My painting is on this wall!

Opening Night Reception


Bridgette Mayer

Friday, August 31, 2018

Supernova Sold

Supernova, 12"x 12", acrylic on ampersand panel

 One of my all time favorite paintings sold this week and will be hanging at its new home
here in Western MA.  So happy to have this beauty out in the world.

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Photos from SHIFT

Gallery Director Anne LaPrade Seuthe writes; 

On view in the main gallery space are a forest of tree sculptures,
a garden inspired meditation floor painting, a painting of a sparkling waterfall,
alcohol-ink paintings on tiles, and paper flower sculptures in a variety of sizes.

Hunsicker’s ethereal, open ended paintings made their first appearance in a
solo show at Hampden Gallery 10 years ago. In this new body of work,
aptly titled “shift”, the artist’s signature orbs and floral motifs have
have shifted from two to three dimensional.

 Her process involves  gathering together materials that are headed to be discarded.
This body of work is comprised 80% or more of recycled materials.
Hunsicker repurposed these materials in unexpected ways -- all while
 keeping notions of a lush edenic garden somewhere in the mix.

 Of the shift that has occurred in the works in the exhibition, Hunsicker writes,
“ By keeping my studio practice in line with my spiritual practice I trusted
that the resulting works would in some ways express my view of the  world.”



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!

  Come witness the SHIFT that has taken place in this body of experimental work.

This show is an exploration into new and unpredictable mediums which include
 alcohol ink on tile, epoxy resin on glass, cut paper, vinyl, mixed media sculpture, 
and acrylics including metallics and interference paint on paper.  
Using forms such as trees, flowers, and circles, this work addresses color, frequency, 
and vibration with underlying themes of living in harmony with the natural world, 
reverence for nature, and spiritual ascension. 
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