25 Artists that have captured our imagination
I’m pleased to be included among Artscope featured artists in their 5th anniversary issue with a full page article by Keith Shaw.
ALCHEMY ORGANIC TRANSCENDENCE
A three person show at the Maritime Garage Gallery curated by Susan Grissom. Sponsored by Norwalk Arts Commission.
January 20 – March 31 7am -5pm Monday thru Friday.
Artists: Joe Goodwin, June Glasson and Claudia Mengal
opening reception January 20th 5:30 to 7:00 pm.
Group show on the subject of Birch Trees curated by Elisabeth Ochsenfeld for the Timisoara Museum in Romania.
On August 13-15, Goodwin will be presenting his work at the annual meeting of Awake, a group who gathers in Mendicino County, CA to discuss the influences of Buddhist thought on contemporary art.
Tremaine Gallery at Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Connecticut
A solo exhibition of works from the past decade that reveal the connection of painting to the unconscious.
Jan 04 thru Feb 03 , Artist reception Jan 16, 4-6pm
Home is Where the Art Is – a story by Leslie Beck Berkshire Living September issue.
The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio recently acquired a monotype, DIVING DUCK 1 , to add to their permanent collection. This work was exhibited in 2008 at the Attleboro Museum. This acquistion was a gift of John Raimondi.
The Naples Museum of Art Naples Florida, has aquired “Rust Billow” 22”x30” acrylic on paper 2000 to the permanent collection.
Two large canvases (63×96) done during a 2005 residency at the Storefront Artist Project were on view in the Crane Room of the Berkshire Museum through the month of August 2005. The museum is located in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
Pictured at right is Onota in the southeast corner of the Crane Room. Photos courtesy of the Berkshire Museum.