Gin Stone is an artist and ardent environmentalist living and working on Cape Cod. She uses hand-dyed, reclaimed fishing gear in both her Humane Taxidermy sculptures as well as the sculptural wall pieces.
This body of work represents important things to the artist: such as the reuse of gear that would otherwise go to a landfill and helping raise awareness of the plight of the earth’s oceans.

Gin’s work has most recently been shown in Tribeca at The Untitled Space, at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, the Cape Cod Museum of Art, the National Prize Show (two years in a row) hosted by the Cambridge Art Association, The New England Collective VII Seventh Annual Juried Exhibition in SoWa and a major multimedia installation at the Ocean Alliance in Gloucester in association with Trident Gallery.

Upcoming Exhibits:
October 6-November 2: Creature Comforts, Curated by Gin Stone, Presented at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery – Cambridge Art Association, Small Group Show featuring Christine Kyle, Gail Samuelson, Gin Stone & Daniel Zeese, Opening Reception | October 6, 6-8pm Artist Talk | October 25, 6:30-8pm
November 28-December 23: Breaking the Rules, Fountain Street Gallery, Boston, MA

Feb 7-March 2: Environmental invitational group show (working title), with an opening reception on Saturday, February 9th from 1-3pm, Greenhut Galleries, 146 Middle Street, Portland, Maine
June 24-July 19: Prismatic Redux, Curated by Gin Stone with Conny Goelz Scmitt, Chandler Gallery, Cambridge, MA
Summer (date TBA): Mini-Solo Show, ArtProv, Providence, RI
October: Core Member 2 person show, with Denise Driscoll, Fountain Street Gallery, Boston, MA


Commissions accepted

© Gin Stone 2018. All rights reserved.

Dyed longline fishing gear taxidermy is a process under copyright protection.