Painted paper hand torn assembled on board, 60”x60″
Danforth Museum of Art, Off the Wall and Community of Artists Exhibit
123 Union Ave., Framingham, MA
Curated by Dina Deitsch and Katherine French
June 9 – August 4, 2013
Gala Reception: Saturday, June 8, 6:30 – 9:00pm
My sculptural installation called ‘Energy Wisps’, (paper and steel, 13’x5’x5′) is being exhibited.
Art in the Barn, Benefit Exhibit for Essex County Greenbelt Association
Cox Reservation, 82 Eastern Ave. (rte.133), Essex, MA
June 14 – June 16, 2013
Opening Reception: Friday, June 14, 6:00 – 8:30pm…live music, food, and refreshment
Art transforms the Cox Reservation barns and grounds into an exciting weekend-long art exhibit and sale. My sculptures will be on display until September of 2013.
Barn Workshop Gallery, 245 Maple St., Danvers, MA
June 23 – Sept. 13, 2013
Opening Reception: Sunday, June 30, 2:00 – 4:00pm, Barn Workshop Gallery
Hosting location: Peabody Institute Library of Danvers, 15 Sylvan St., Danvers, MA
450 Harrison Ave, Boston SoWa Artist’s: 60 member Artisans of the SoWa Artist’s Guild will be opening their studios to display and discuss their work to appreciators and collectors during the premier opening of Salon Sunday. Salon Sunday is the first of what guild members hope will become an annual Boston art spring event. Supporters will have an opportunity to discuss and purchase directly from accomplished as well as emerging artists. Expect to see varied and original works of art from some of the most talented area artists working in acrylic, oil, watercolor, wax, print, wire, jewelry, sculpting, clothing design, photography, drawing, multi-media, collage, and charcoal-ranging in genre from abstract to traditional. Refreshments will be served. Parking available at 450 (rear), 460 and 500 Harrison Ave. Go to www.sowaartistsguild.com for more details.
Kimberly Radochia is an artist whose passionate engagement with the natural world translates into sculptures, site-specific installations, and intentional landscapes that heighten our awareness of place and the vast realm of possibilities inherent in each and every moment.
Christine Holderness, consultant, curator, art critic, fine arts administrator