Sunday, September 6, 2009

My Painting has been Selected for The Northampton Arts Council's "Landscape: Scene and Unseen" Show

I am pleased to announce that my work will be included in the The Northampton Arts Council's
Landscape: Scene and Unseen at the Hosmer Gallery
October 3-31, 2009
Reception: Friday, October 9, 5-7 PM (Arts Night Out)

The Northampton Arts Council presents a biennial juried exhibition of two and three-dimensional work. The juried exhibition was open to artists living in Western Massachusetts and the response was impressive, with over 80 entries received, making the jury process a challenge.
The jurors: Stuart A. Chase/Executive Director of the Berkshire Museum,
Walter Cudnohufsky/ Landscape Architect and founder of the Conway School of Design and
Jo Ellen Harrison/founder of Harrison Gallery in Williamstown;
gave thoughtful consideration to all work. They were delighted with the quality, variety and integrity of the submissions and selected works from 24 artists for LANDSCAPE: SCENE AND UNSEEN.

While landscape is often restricted to habitat, this show celebrates what might be called “inscape”—a view into the artist’s interior environment.

LANDSCAPE: SCENE AND UNSEEN features Sarah Adam, Tom Adams, Simone Alter-Muri, Matt Anderson, Pat Bega, Peter Dellert, Rita Edelman, Rachel Folsom, Rebecca Porter Fricke, Alicia Adams Hunsicker, Anita S. Hunt, Elizabeth Keyes, Brian M. Kiernan, Bernie Kubiak, Elizabeth M. Lehman, Linda Mahoney, Robin Marlowe, David Marshall, Howard M. Meister, Barbara Milot, Kerry O'Grady, Greg Saulmon, Mary Witt and Kristin Zottoli.

Two and three-dimensional media including painting, mixed media, photography, sculpture, printmaking, digital imaging, and video arts are featured.

The Northampton Arts Council presents this exhibition with support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the City of Northampton. To learn more about the Arts Council, please visit

Gallery Hours
Monday 9-9 ; Tuesday 1-5 ; Wednesday 9-9 ; Thursday 1-5 ; Friday & Saturday 9-5 ; closed Sundays and holidays

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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