Icon Contemporary Art, Brunswick, Maine, presents Graphite, a two-person show featuring drawings by Kate Beck and sculptures by James Marshall.
Don Voisine, Cross Purpose, 2011 Oil on wood 30 x 22 inches May 5 – June 11, 2011 McKenzie Fine Art is pleased to announce an exhibition of new paintings by Don Voisine, his second solo show with the gallery. The exhibition opens Thursday, May 5th with a reception for the artist from 6 to 8 p.m. and runs through Saturday, June 11, 2011. Voisine paints in oil on wood in a reductive, hard-edged manner within a […]
Painting by Mac Wells ART SITES is honored to present its fourth exhibit of the works of Mac Wells. This is a memorial exhibition in recognition of Mac Well’s lifetime devotion to art. This Orient resident was entranced by the light and ever changing sky above the Long Island Sound, visible from his studio window. But Mac’s art is abstract, not an illustration. His subtle shifts in tone lend a deep serenity to the works. A student of Buddhism, […]
Kate Beck, Anxieties and Alienations, 2010 Poured oil, enamel and powdered graphite on aluminum 89 x 184 inches October 28 – December 11, 2010 Pelavin Gallery is proud to announce a solo exhibition of recent work by american artist, Kate Beck. this show will include large scale poured oil paintings and graphite drawings on aluminum panel. this will be Beck’s first solo exhibition at the gallery, and in New York city. In this new body […]
Don Voisine, Seven-Zip, 2009 Oil on wood, 30 x 22 inches November 4 – December 23, 2009 Gregory Lind Gallery presents a series of oil paintings on wood by New York artist Don Voisine, whose work is defined by its exceptional nuance, sophistication, and reductive visual aesthetic. Distinctively architectural in style, Voisine’s pieces consist of central expanses of overlapping rectangles or squares painted in black and set against white fields. These hard-edged forms are bordered […]
New work by artist Richard Bottwin “One of the pleasures of being an artist is looking, constantly looking, at art. One of the frustrations of being an artist who blogs is that there’s never enough time and space to blog about everything I’ve seen. But I do want to show you as much as possible of what I’ve been seeing this summer, so I’m putting together a few roundup posts under the rubric of “What […]
Kate Beck, Untitled Graphite on Rives BFK, 17.5 x 26 inches June 27 – July 25, 2009
Don Voisine, Buzz, 2009 Oil on wood 17 × 17 inches “A week after the opening of his exhibit of a new group of paintings, which will be on view at McKenzie Fine Art Inc, located at 511 West 25th Street, till June 6, 2009, the painter Don Voisine visited the Rail’s Headquarters to talk with Assistant Art Editor Ben La Rocco, and contributing writer Craig Olson about his life and work. Ben La […]
Installation view January 16 – February 14, 2009 Friedrich Petzel Gallery announce Shapes from Maine, a new exhibition by Allan McCollum. Since 1995, Allan McCollum has designed a sequence of projects involving various regions of the world, exploring ways in which people construct and identify themselves and their communities with emblems and symbols, sometimes based on local traditions, regional history, and geological or geographic distinctions. Extending upon these projects and his 2005 Shapes Project — […]
Don Voisine, Delayed Green, 2007 Oil on wood panel, 32 x 63 inches July 12 — August 9, 2008
“The Portland Center for Visual Arts (PCVA) was based on a very simple premise: artists talking to artists. The PCVA was founded in 1971 by three artists Jay Backstrand, Mel Katz, and Michele Russo. The exhibition space was located on the third floor of 117 NW Fifth Ave. Katz wanted to give something to the community as well as bring to Portland some of the things that he missed from New York. Usually, the […]
Don Voisine, Argyle – Green, 2008 Oil on wood, 16 x 16 inches April 2-26, 2008 This group show was curated by Rose Marie Frick, and features work by artists for whom she has had an enduring interest. As an independent consultant and curator, and owner of the Frick Gallery in Belfast, Maine, she has carefully observed the artists in this show for several years.