Glen Echo Park, Glen Echo MD
September 30 - October 22, 2017
Reception: October 13, 6-8pm
Land Lines is an exhibition of black and white works relating to our natural environment, curated by Jaimianne Amicucci, owner of The Gray Gallery. The exhibition includes works by four artists who work in different mediums with a similar aesthetic and subject. Recognized wood turner Andy DiPietro is known for sculptures and vessels that showcase the grain and natural beauty of wood. Rhythmic charcoal landscapes by Katherine Nelson reveal her interest in the balance of nature and its relationship to agriculture. Alex Porter's bold tree silhouettes reflect on the growth of intertwining branches and limbs as each work grows with his precise black lines. Tree ring prints taken from trees throughout the country by Erik Linton highlight the unique story and history of each tree.
ARC Gallery, San Francisco CA
July 12 - August 10, 2013
Sweet & Subversive: Contemporary Feminist Craft is an exhibition that ironically appropriates feminine stereotypes to expand the discourse of contemporary feminism. The exhibition is founded on the subversive craft movement and cupcake feminism, a trend focused on playing with the ideals of the 50’s housewife. The artwork is simultaneously cheeky and critical to convey new thoughts on the female perspective.
Featured artists: Ellen Greene, Mary O'Brien, Forrest Solis, Cait Spera, Shalene Valenzuela & Jennifer Weigel
Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore MD
March 2- April 13, 2013
Global Perspectives is an exploration of cultural identity, connecting Baltimore refugees to the pottery traditions of their home countries. The exhibit features work created by participants of Baltimore City Community College’s Refugee Youth Project (RYP) along side ceramics by international artisans from Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Global Perspectives was organized in collaboration with Baltimore Clayworks and curator Jaimianne Amicucci, who traveled to Bhutan, Nepal, Tanzania and Ethiopia researching the regional pottery traditions.