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On View: The Ground photographs by Tate SHAW July 21 2014, 0 Comments


Tate Shaw’s The Ground project addresses landscapes where the footprints of the energy industry are highly visible: sites such as the ones used in Iceland for the production of geothermal energy, abandoned sulfur mines and hydro-fracking sites in Tioga County, Pennsylvania, and finally the site of an ongoing, underground fire in abandoned coal mine tunnels below what was the town of Centralia, Pennsylvania.


An eponymous artist’s book accompanies the project. Its essay includes a broader discussion of “the ground” both literally and
metaphorically, the artist founding himself in a position where he too exploits the “ground” for his own purposes...

Find out more about the show currently on view at the Spectrum Gallery here

Artist, Carol Acquilano Receives Praise from Noted Art Reviewer June 04 2014, 0 Comments

Spectrum Galley has recently announced the forthcoming exhibition of the work of painter Carol Acquilano. Her work was recently in a review of  “Art From The Valt” an exhibition at The Memorial Art Gallery. Carol was singled out as one of the unexpected surprises of the show. Her painting “North River, Marshfield, MA” reminded the reviewer of Charles Burchfield watercolors.

Marie Via, curator of the exhibition should also get high praise for putting together such a beautiful show of some rarely seen works by many major artists.

Read the full review here.