Monday, March 16, 2009

Marcia Wise: Brush Art Gallery, Massachusetts Artists 2009

This past fall I visited artist Kathleen Cammarata's
X-O Studio in Lowell, MA where I noticed the Brush Art Gallery across the corridor.
The Brush gallery is hosting a juried show Massachusetts Artists 2009 (wish I had seen the call!)
It is sn overview of work by artists who live in Massachusetts. This show, the third biennial organized by the Brush Gallery, has been juried by Nick Capasso, Senior Curator, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture, Lincoln, MA.
This exhibition will run from March 22 to June 13, with the opening reception to be held on March 22 from 2 to 4 pm.
The Brush Art Gallery & Studios are located at 256 Market St.,
Lowell, MA. For more info go to

I hope to attend the opening to support a fellow artist and friend Marcia Wise. She will be showing 2 of the portraits in a series she has been working on.
(including the one pictured at left)
Marcia has a unique palette and process and her work stands out. To see more of her work go :
My congratulations to you Marcia! and also to the other artists who were accepted into the show...

Apama Agrawal (Cambridge), Kathleen Cammarata(Lowell), Christine Corcel-Lippeveld (Belmont), Jane Goldman(Somerville), Terry Gips (South Wellfleet), Margery Hamlen (Wayland), Mary Tinker Hatch (Wayland), Mary Hughes (Boston), J. B. Jones(Watertown), David Leblanc (Lowell), Heather Lenz (Wendel Depot), C.J.Lori (Brookline), Rachel Mello (Somerville), Carlotta Miller(Worcester), Joel Moskowitz (Sudbury), Erik Pettersen (Malden), DavidPhillips (Cambridge), Peter Pizzi (East Boston), Edward S. Porzio(Quincy), Trina Sears Sternstein (Hawley), Roberta Stone (JamaicaPlain), Sand T (Malden), Pamela Wamala (Lowell), Marcia R. Wise(Deerfield), Therese Zemlin (Andover.

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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