Art is appearing all over Amherst this week for the Biennial, Frost Library Gallery at Amherst College sings with a variety of talent from our fertile valley, Anne Burton newest work combines sand-blasted glass with her graphic monoprints, Kim Carlino's colorful and elegant drawings draws people up to the gallery staircase (her piece just went up in Hastings window this weekend also). Jeff Stauder's playful works on paper draw the viewer in; Anita Licis Ribak's photograph one of the iconic images (top of page) from the last Amherst Biennial - documents Erika Zekos's Shedding Light (the lighting of the tobacco barn) & Nancy Winship Milliken's Pleiades (woolen sails) Dawn Siebel gives the viewer an intimate view of her portraits of the fallen firefighters from 9/11 in burned frames. This is just a small preview of the stimulating work here.
Artists at the Frost Library: Anne Burton, Kim Carlino, Pamela Crawford, Oriole Farb Feshbach, George Greenstein, Anne Krauss, Anita Licis-Riback Charles Miller, Lynn Peterfreund, Marlene Rye, Jeff Stauder, Erika Zekos. This gallery is handicap accessible.
Kim Carlino, Coming From and Going To III, watercolor and ink on vellum