So pleased to be a part of this group show at East End Art Gallery in my home town.
My installation is up until Dec 17 at 11West gallery. Gallery Hours:
Thursdays | 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Fridays | 2:00pm - 7:00pm
Saturdays | 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Sundays | 11:00am - 3:00pm
Thank you Artful Circle , East End Arts and all my fellow artists.
Handprinted linoleum block wallpaper installation at the Big Duck show.
Some great press from Newsday. Lots of fun being a part of this group show about the iconic Long Island structure.
"Pileup" Giant pumpkin Pinata and the filling . A collaboration with Cliff Baldwin for the Ban the Pumpkin Show at Glen Hansen Studio Gallery in Southold, NY.
T shirts, the opening party after the smashing and Newsday article about the show.
Costumes of fantasy animals for forest dancers in Developers Midnight Fantasy Installation
Some details of this exciting collaboration of artists , musicians and dancers at the Ashley Schiff Preserve.
Hello, DETOUR II artists! We are excited to announce the date of the first exhibition artist talks moderated by Franklin Hill Perrell has been set for Friday July 16th at 6PM. It will be held at and feature the artists showing at the 11 West Gallery. It's the first event to be held in this space and promises to be a great one. We will hold others throughout the show, including a talk with the Main Gallery artists, and are planning additional exhibition initiatives both live and virtual.
Speaking of virtual, thanks to the support of the LI Arts Alliance, East End Arts was able to invest in a 3D scan of the DETOUR II exhibition to create an online viewing experience of each gallery!
EEA Main Gallery (133 E. Main St.) https://youriguide.com/EEA-Detour-133
11 West Gallery (11 W. Main St.) https://youriguide.com/EEA-Detour-11
Please enjoy and share to spread DETOUR II across the universe! The artist talk "save the date" is also attached for sharing. If you are not one of the speaking artists, please join us anyway as we will be doing tours of each gallery for the attendees.
Looking forward to the 16th!
Membership & Gallery Manager | East End Arts 133 E. Main St. + 11 W. Main St., Riverhead
Guatemala textile painting , 2016-21 Codex Trojan Cortesianus. ca 900 A.D
Delighted to be included in this local exhibition this summer !
DETOUR IIOPENING RECEPTION
SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.View the show & meet the artists!
What is DETOUR?
DETOUR II is an annual exhibition that showcases the work of 16 of the many talented artists working on the East End of Long Island and the divergent forms, techniques, routes they take to arrive at their unique work. Each artist lives full or part-time on the East End of Long Island and is influenced in the numerous and nuanced ways by the area. Many of these artists have established careers, exhibiting for decades in New York City, as well as nationally and internationally and are in the collections of major museums, yet have been seen very little, if at all in Riverhead.
DETOUR II is curated by Glen Hansen with assistance from Adam Straus. The opening reception is on Saturday, June 5 from 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. at both 133 E. Main Street and 11 W. Main Street, Riverhead.
Marta Baumiller’s exuberant textile/sculptural hybrids are a feast for the eyes and senses, while also engaging with larger issues of community and social engagement. Her works offer immense visual pleasure, while leading the viewer back into their own body and sense of community and space.
Four exhibit catalog, 2021
Zuccaire Gallery, Stony Brook, NY
ARTFUL CIRCLE ARTIST SPOTLIGHT 4/14/21
at Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery
at Stony Brook University
BY NICOLE STRAUS
PICTURE EDITOR & DESIGNER: DEBBIE WELLS
One of the silver linings of the pandemic has been seeing the response of artists to it. Some have excelled in extraordinary and enlightening ways. A case in point is Marta Baumiller’s MFA exhibition at Stony Brook University, which creates an exuberant sense of place and community both indoors – and outdoors. At the Staller Center’s Zuccaire Gallery, you can experience Breathing Room, a monumental immersive “shelter” of sewn fabric and plastic reflecting changing light and color as it gently floats in place, shifting as viewers pass in and out of it.
Soul Bath, an outdoor drive-thru experience, rifts on the medical tents that have sprouted up for testing and vaccines, but reveals a much more pleasant atmosphere of vibrant colors and flags blowing in the wind. With sound by Cliff Baldwin, Baumiller has created a sanctuary that surrounds the viewer with playful and imaginative elements, reminding us that these challenging times have also drawn us together.
“Breathing Room” is on view at the Staller Center’s Zuccaire Gallery at Stony Brook University through April 16, 2021.
“Soul Bath” was on view in South P Lot/Commuter Parking, Stony Brook University
through April 1, 2021.