April 2011—April 2012 Genie of the House (or Home to Roost ) was commissioned by the City of Pittsfield, MA, as part of its summer downtown cultural walking tour. This portrait bird-figure sitting atop a version of the old town hall is sited across from the Berkshire Museum. www.pittsfieldcontemporary.com/artscape
News and Events
Sept. 4-Oct. 31, 2010 Spirit of Place is one of 60 outdoor sculpture installations sited on an historic hillside farm in Garrison, NY. Open to the public free of charge during daylight hours, with a mid-run reception on Oct. 9. www.collaborativeconcepts.org
Reflection Bench was selected to join Pratt's Sculpture Park on its Brooklyn campus. Open to visitors year-round, the sculpture park is considered one of the 10 best college or university collections in the country. www.pratt.edu/about_pratt/visiting_pratt/tour_the_campus/sculpture_park/
June 19 — Oct. 11, 2010
On the Stockbridge, MA, estate of Daniel Chester French, sculptor of the Lincoln Memoral, an exhibition curated by Richard Klein of the Aldrich Museum explores the contemporary figurative presence in the landscape.
June 5 — Oct. 10, 2010
Group exhibition of large-scale sculptures including Reflection Bench with a view of Lower Manhattan, Brooklyn, and East River Bridges. Visit the island park by ferry for a great weekend outing, with art, food, mini-golf, and music!
May 1, 2010, 6:30 pm
Who Does She Think She Is?, a documentary by Pamela Tanner Boll about the lives of artist-mothers. Six panelists include: Maria Colaco, Leslie Fields-Cruz, Sarah Haviland, Kathleen Pemble, Lowry Reinauer, and Dar Williams. The Hat Factory, 1000 N. Division St., Peekskill, NY
April 17 — April 28, 2010
Benefit show asking "What Inspires You?," featuring 6"x6" Recycled Drawings and hosting a series of discussions and presentations on Green and Sustainable practices. 112 W. 44th St., NYC (at Broadway and Sixth Ave.)
March 26 — April 24, 2010
Works in varied media by 20 artists associated with Habitat for Artists, 2340 5th Ave. & 142nd St., NYC. For information on the Habitat for Artists project: