Lukia Costello’s video projection piece of her “Analogue Flowers in a Digital Age” was shown in Feb. at Squeaky Wheel’s 2009 “PEEPSHOW: A Secret Worth Keeping.”
Kathleen McDonnell has been honored with the prestigious Ruth Richeson Pastel Gold Award. The work is highlighted in an article about Kathy in the special issue: the 17th Annual Pastel 100 Competition Winners (Pastel Journal). She is a signature member of the PSA (Pastel Society of America), The Pastel Painters Society of Cape Cod & Pastel Society of the West Coast. Her award-winning painting, Silence No. 2, is below: From the Journal: “I can almost hear the quiet,” says Terri Ford, Landscape & Interior category juror, of Kathleen McDonnell’s painting, Silence No. 2. McDonnell could “hear the quiet” too, when she came upon the scene that inspired her Ruth Richeson Pastel Gold Award-winning pastel. She was walking up a hill behind her home in Glenwood….
Passages Pastel paintings by Kathleen McDonnell A group of landscapes describe passages in time at Partners in Art Gallery, from October 8 – October 28 Gallery Hours 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM Tuesday – Saturday
Dennis Stierer, noted photographer, held a discussion of the works in the Observations exhibition and a Question & Answer Session on Photography on Sunday, February 27 at the Market Street Art Center, Lockport NY.
Deborah Hill’s ‘Losing the Mamba’ has won the Best Impressionism Category by the National Acrylic & Oil Painters’ Society. The contest was for the Best of America Small Works 2021.
Her work was featured at the Principle Gallery in Charleston SC.
You can view the entire exhibition here -on display from May 7- June 2.