February 25, 2019
Exhibit review by the Portland Press Herald says of the work by Gin Stone in the show: “They are stunning in every sense: sculptural form, detail, color, material. Stone’s two pieces alone are worth the trip.” – Daniel Kany
New Gallery Concert Series. Oct 20, 7-9
check it out here
It’s almost here:
Creature Comforts at CAA for more info
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
October: Core Member 2 person show, with Denise Driscoll, Fountain Street Gallery, Boston, MA
See Artemis at PAAM
SUNDAY AUGUST 6, 2017 6-8 “BIOPHILIA” with THE FUND FOR WILD NATURE
BIOPHILIA: The idea that humans possess an innate tendency to seek connections with nature and other forms of life.
Opening Reception Sunday August 6th, 6-8pm
FWN Board member Tracy Davids, who works as the Southeast Program Coordinator for Defenders of Wildlife, will speak at the reception.
This is an opportunity to support and learn about this dynamic environmental organization, and be a part of the environmental movement through art, ideas and action.
Exhibiting artists include acclaimed West Tisbury resident Ruth Kirchmeier’s new woodcuts, renowned photographer, Barbara Norfleet’s cibachrome and silver photography prints, including new work from the artist’s “Swamp series” Cambridge based
Gail Boyajian’s detailed paintings and sculpture feature birds, history and environmental themes including climate change to the human species dominion over nature. She and Cape artist, Gin Stone’s are new to Sargent gallery this season. Stone’s wildlife sculpture utilizes reclaimed fishing gear.
Atlantic Canyons Coyote
Various Flora & Fauna
View Arts Center, Old Forge, NY
Juried by Caroline Mastin Welsh Arts Historian/Curator and Lee Ann Sporn, Ph.D. Professor of Biology
Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony: June 23, 2017, 5-7pm
Exhibition Closes: July 30, 2016
Santa Maria’s Bear
LINE : National Juried Exhibition
Attleboro Arts Museum
Juried by Kelly Bennet,the Artist Fellowships Program Officer/Exhibitions Curator for the Massachusetts Cultural Council
LINE will be on display in the Attleboro Arts Museum’s Ottmar Gallery from June 15th to July 15th, 2017
Join us for the LINE opening reception on Thursday, June 15th from 7 – 9pm
Attleboro Arts Museum, 86 Park St., Attleboro, MA 02703
Multiple Juried Show Announcements!
Pelagic Fox has been accepted into Monsters and Misfits, presented by the Cambridge Art Association Juried by Jill Whitney Armstrong and Bob Armstrong, iartcolony (http://www.iartcolony.com/)
Exhibition Dates | March 7 – April 1, 2017 Kathryn Schultz Gallery (gallery info below)
Artemis Capricornus has been accepted into the National Prize Show 2017, presented by the Cambridge Art Association Juried by Nick Capasso, Director Fitchburg Art Museum (http://www.fitchburgartmuseum.org/)
Exhibition Dates | May 18 – June 23, 2017 Opening Reception | Thursday, May 18, 6-8pm at both gallery locations, awards presented at 7pm at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery. (gallery info below)
Jeffrey’s Ledge Bobcat 2017 Spring Members Open Art Provincetown Art Association and Museum
Exhibition Dates | March 3 – April 30, 2017
Only a few weeks left to see Santa Maria’s Bear 2017 Members Prize Show, presented by the Cambridge Art Association Exhibition Dates | February 7 – March 25, 2017 Juried by Randi Hopkins, Director of Visual Arts at the Boston Center of the Arts University Place Gallery (http://www.bcaonline.org/) | 124 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge MA 02138 –
Cambridge Art Association: Kathryn Schultz Gallery and Offices: 25 Lowell St. Cambridge MA 02138 Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 11:00am to 5:00pm. tel: 617.876.0246 Free and Open to the Public University Place Gallery: 124 Mt. Auburn St. Cambridge MA 02138 Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00am to 6:00pm • Saturday 9:00am to 1:00pm
Still from the PAC Pop Up 3D
Stills from opening night at the untitled space, TriBeCa
Video from UPRISE opening night, the untitled space, TriBeCa
In the Press, UPRISE, which Gin is a contributing artist to:
THE HUFFINGTON POST
VICE – BROADLY
BEDFORD + BOWERY
GIRL TALK HQ
THE CREATORS PROJECT
Artemis once more lands a big curated show:
UPRISE / ANGRY WOMEN
A Group Exhibition of Female Artists Curated by Indira Cesarine
A Portion of Proceeds to Benefit the ERA COALITION and the Fund for Women’s Equality
EXHIBITION ON VIEW
January 17 – 28, 2017
Monday – Friday 10am – 6pm
Weekends 12pm – 6pm
THE UNTITLED SPACE
45 Lispenard Street Unit 1W
January 17, 6pm – 9pm
Artemis back in the news. She was chosen to be a part of a curated exhibit The Harvest at the Van Vessem Gallery in Tiverton, RI.
The opening is Saturday, October 1st, 2016, from 5-8pm.
Van Vessem Gallery
63 Muse Way, Tiverton, RI
Gin’s Jeffrey’s Ledge Bobcat will be on display at the
Mary Schein Fall Salon | 2016 at the Cambridge Art Association
Presented at both Kathryn Schultz Gallery and University Place Gallery
September 9 – 28, 2016
Reception Friday, September 9, 2016
5:30-7:30pm | Awards Presented at 6pm at University Place Gallery
Gloucester·Center is a joint project of Ocean Alliance and Trident Gallery to foster creative interchange among artists, scientists, and the public through programs at the iconic Tarr & Wonson Paint Factory, a place at the center of Gloucester Harbor and of Gloucester’s history of excellence in the arts and sciences.September 3, 2016 – September 5, 2016
The Deep Sea Has its Stars
Gin Stone will be one of the participating artists for this installation. Works included in this exhibit include, but are not limited to: Artemis Capricornus, Pelagic Fox, Oceanic Cottonmouth, Roger’s Zoo Marlin, and more.
Gin Stone’s first international sale.
Three small works are on their way to Zurich to be a part of a private collection.
“Let me just say that we all love your “Cabinet of Curiosity”. There are complex and compelling associations to be made between the material used for this skillful and quite beautiful collection of pseudo-taxidermy. I quite enjoyed the abstract longline tapestries, the bowls, the jelly fish… everything! It’s all absolutely compelling. I admire the attention to detail you put into each animal’s morphology and anatomy. I love that I could pick up any given piece of yours and use it to teach my kids about the specific anatomy of a fox, squirrel, marlin or what have you. I find the playful nomenclature that relates each creature back to the sea or the full out hybridization of some of your creations to be awesomely fun.”
Chief Editor, Art Critic & Juror
Exhibeo Art Magazine
The Marlin strikes again. It was just accepted into the New England Collective’s Seventh Annual show. The opening show will be on Friday, August 5th, from 6-8pm
Galatea Fine Arts
460B Harrison Ave., #B-6
Boston, MA 02118
The New England Collective is an annual juried exhibition which highlights the work of an eclectic mix of artists from 6 states. This year, the juror is Julie Burros. Ms Burros is the Chief of Arts and Culture for the city of Boston, a cabinet level position reporting directly to Mayor Martin J. Walsh. She oversees the office of Arts and Culture which houses the Boston Cultural Council and the Boston Art Commission.
Check out Gin Stone in Poets and Artists (.com). Curator Didi Menendez shows how it’s done.
Gin will be giving a talk at the Cambridge Art Association on Thursday, June 16, regarding her work and process.
Artist Talk | 15th National Prize Show
Thursday, June 16th, 1-3pm | Kathryn Schultz Gallery | Free and open to the public
Hand-dyed, retired longline fishing gear
Member’s Juried Show
May 6 – June 26, 2016
Provincetown Art Association and Museum
460 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA
The Cape Cod Museum of Art presented its first open national juried exhibition, titled,“Breaking the Mold: Inspired by Innovation,” to inaugurate their 35th Anniversary celebrations. Juror Mim Brooks Fawcett, Executive Director of the Attleboro Arts Museum, Attleboro, MA, selected 35 artworks from 718 submissions by 277 artists residing in 29 different states, among them being Gin Stone’s mixed media piece Two Roseate Terns. This show runs until mid-June.
Embroidered Truths & Woven Tales is the latest iteration of the Nave’s annual focus on fiber. This eclectic exhibition explores the way that 16 artists use fiber techniques. Two of Gin’s pieces, George’s Bank Skunk and Tufted Eared Sea Squirrel, are in this exhibit which was curated by Susan Berstler and Cecily Miller. This exhibit runs until May 22nd.
Next up is Provincetown Art Association and Museum’s Spring Member’s Juried Show. Gin’s large Marlin piece was chosen for this by juror Emily Mazzola. Emily is an art historian and curator specializing in American Art (19th century to present), and Women’s and Gender Studies. She is currently the first-ever Koch Curatorial Fellow at the Fitchburg Art Museum and a Research Assistant at the University of Connecticut. This show will remain installed and available for view until June 26th, 2016.
Gin’s piece Oceanic Cottonmouth was accepted into the 15th National Prize Show Juried by Paul Ha presented by the Cambridge Art Association is next. Paul C. Ha is currently the Director of the List Visual Arts Center, the contemporary art museum at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This exhibit opens on May 20th and can be viewed until June 23rd, 2016.
A review of Gin’s piece for the National Prize Show is featured in the May/June 2016 issue of Artscope Magazine. This issue that will be exhibited at Art Basel Switzerland.
On the web: www.ginstoneart.com