Sunday, November 16, 2014

A Glimpse into the Studio

Work in progress in Alicia's studio.
Lots of new work being created in the Studio this October and November.  The painting process has begun.  I am playing with organic plant forms overlaid with fractal forms in  energetic cosmic fields.
The merging of earth and cosmic energy.

I am also starting to make some smaller pieces again.  I was thinking for the holiday season...but alas it is already upon us!   Never the less, I will be working on some 5x7's  8x10's and 12x12's. 

I will also be making a new page for my website where one can browse the work available for purchase. This will be a page separate from the portfolios to make it easier for those patrons who are looking to add to their collections..or to start one!


Studio visits are welcome at this time. Please email if you would like to stop in and take a peek at the new work and browse through the current studio inventory. 

I would also like to remind everyone that I have a nice selection of paintings currently at Gallery in the Woods in Brattleboro, VT.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Illumination of the Quantum Field

Illumination of the Quantum Field, Alicia Hunsicker, 2014
Illumination of the Quantum Field found a new home through the show at the Omega Institute.

I am so pleased! I loved  sharing my work with the Omega community for the 2014 season and I am sad to see this show end!

If you are near or visiting Rhinebeck, NY this will be the last week for the Quintessence: Three Visions show.

I will be returning to campus  this weekend to pick up the rest of the work. 

The catalog for this show is still available through Amazon.com at this link: Quintessence: Three Visions

Friday, September 12, 2014

NEXUS

Here is a nice photo montage of my solo show at Gallery in the Woods, in Brattleboro, VT.  The show ended on August 31st but a good selection of this work was held by the gallery for the fall group show that is now showing in the downstairs gallery.  Stop in and see my work in person...Its always better when you see it in its correct size!

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Gratitude

Tumbleweed Particle Spin
5x7 mixed media on cradle board.
Alicia Hunsicker, 2013

On Facebook I was nominated to do the 7 days of gratitude challenge.

What a great reminder that I have a lot to be thankful for. They say when you focus on the positive you get more positive! So I will share this blessing here...

This week I was blessed with a sale at Gallery in the Woods. I love this little painting and am so pleased it has found a new home. :-)  A sincere thank you to the patron who bought it. May it bring you happiness and many blessings too. 

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Artist Reception at Gallery in the Woods

Partial installation photo of Nexus.
Paintings by Alicia Hunsicker, August 2014

Thank you to all who came out to the artist reception. It was jammed packed full of friends and new faces! I was overwhelmed with the positive response to the new work.

A special thank you to all who joined me afterward for a drink at fireworks to celebrate. They have the best fruity drinks.
I unfortunately forgot to take a photo at the reception so this one will have to do.
It is a partial installation shot of about half the show.

If you missed the reception and still want to see the show its up through the end of August. I feel that it is my best work yet and I would love to share it with you.

Sometimes its actually better to go after the reception where it can be crowded to truly appreciate the paintings. Three other stellar shows downstairs with Klaus Postler, Tim Mahurin, and Gil Perry.

Thursday, July 31, 2014

James Heflin writes about Nexus in Preview Magazine Massachusetts




In the artwork of Alicia Hunsicker, the imagery of science is transformed into something vibrant and lively.  Cool-hued spheres trace playful patterns and tendrils swirl in scenes that could be underwater life, astronomical time-lapse, or subatomic restlessness. Hunsicker says her works in the show Nexus address the intersection of science and spirituality. Her paintings are part of Gallery In the Woods’ summer offerings, which also include collage-centered works by Klaus Postler. Through Sept.  —James Heflin

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Brattleboro Gallery Walk Guide Featured Artist


I am delighted to be the feature artist for the Brattleboro Gallery Walk Guide this month!

Brattleboro has a monthly, first Friday, gallery walk and this publication chronicles the monthly events and is distributed through out the area. There is also a website where you can see the listings and read more about the artists and events that are happening monthly.

Joy Wallens-Penford, the Promotional Coordinator compiled a wonderful article: Visionary Interpreters of Inner & Outer Worlds: Part 1 · Alicia Hunsicker for this months issue. Enjoy!

You can see these works in person at Gallery in the Woods in my  show NEXUS through August and in ongoing salon displays through the year.  I will be attending an Artist Reception this Friday, August 1st. if you would like to meet me in person at the gallery located at 145 main st. 

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Interview with Terry Jarrard-Dimond of Studio 24-7

New Dimensions, 30x30, acrylic on cradleboard,
Alicia Hunsicker, 2014

I had the honor of being interviewed by Terry Jarrard-Dimond of Studio 24-7. A fabulous contemporary art's blog.

If you have time, check it out and explore some of the other wonderful artists Terry has interviewed. Terry says this about her blog" Art is central to my life and I blog to share my art experiences with you."


My interview is located at this link.

Terry an amazing artist in her own right and works in textile and traditional materials. Her work which she calls textile constructions can be seen on her website and an artist interview with Terry can be found on Lynette Haggard's art blog.














Alicia Hunsicker's art is undeniably beautiful. She is an expert at extracting the highly-detailed textures and fibers of the human body, bringing them from darkness, into the light, with a technical precision that rivals any modern-day master.
David Aquino, Brattleboro Reformer