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.


Saturday, July 19, 2014

The Valley Advocate shares "Convergence"

I was happy to see my painting "Convergence" printed in the arts section of the Valley Advocate this week.

acrylic on paper mounted on Ampersand Museum Panel,
30”x 30” x 2” deep,
Alicia Hunsicker, 2014

Sunday, July 6, 2014

New York Spirit Magazine

The Quintessence exhibition had a nice mention in New York Spirit Magazine this week when fellow Quintessence artist P.C. Turczyn made the cover with her painting Infinite Passion Power & Purpose mandala.  Congratulations Pamela!  What a beautiful cover and I am so happy our show was mentioned as well.

Quintessence: Three Visions
will be showing at the Omega institute
through October 30, 2014


Thursday, July 3, 2014

Alicia Hunsicker Studio ~ Summer Newsletter, 2014

Image Above: Drift (Cropped) by Alicia Hunsicker, 2014
30x30 acrylic on paper mounted on cradleboard

To view the Summer Newsletter click on this Link

While there I invite you to Subscribe. (upper Left corner)

I only send out one or two newsletters a year. 
Enjoy! xo~Alicia

Saturday, June 28, 2014

NEXUS Opens July 1st!

Celestial Cartography
12" x 12" acrylic on cradleboard
Alicia Hunsicker, 2014

I am excited to drop off this new work for my solo show NEXUS at Gallery in the Woods today.  If you are in or near Brattleboro, VT this summer please stop into the gallery located on Main St. to see the show....You are officially invited! The show will be ready for your viewing on July 1st.

For those of you who are out of the area my website has been updated with the new work and you can view it there. It is in the 2014 portfolio section. 

Although I am excited and relieved to have this show delivered today, my plan is to continue painting at a  diligent pace through out the summer and fall!  I have hit a stride in the studio and I am going to keep on going.  Have a wonderful summer! xo~Alicia

Wednesday, June 11, 2014


Image on postcard: Convergence
30"x30", acrylic on paper mounted on cradle board
© Alicia Hunsicker, 2014

a connection or series of connections linking two or more things.
2. a connected group or series.
3. the central and most important point or place.
4. Cell Biology . a specialized area of the cell membrane involved in inter-cellular communication and adhesion.

I am pleased to announce that I will be having a solo exhibition at Gallery in the Woods, Brattleboro, VT for the months of July and August.
The Artist Reception will be held during Gallery Walk, August 1, 2014. from 5:30- to 8:30 p.m.

I invite you to stop in and see my new paintings that fuse my knowledge of science and spirituality and  reveal a cosmic discussion about the nature of all things.


Sunday, April 27, 2014

Quintessence Catalog now Available on Amazon

Amazon.com link

Now available for purchase this stunning exhibition catalog with artwork by Janet Morgan, PC. Turczyn, and myself with writers Amina Eagle, David Rubin, Michael Schneider, John Sims, and with an introduction by Kim Stanley Robinson

Three artists explore form, energy and movement from the smallest scale that humans have discovered to the sacred geometry of nature to the realms of the human body. Informed by science, observation and intuition, the invisible is brought to light in three distinct styles developed from deep exploration and fine craft. The word Quintessence, from the ancient Greek for the mysterious ‘fifth element’, is now used as a descriptive term in cosmology for equally mysterious ‘dark energy’. It is a fitting theme for the desire of artists to make the invisible visible and show the underlying energy sources in and around us. This is the exhibition catalog for Quintessence, Three Visions at the Ram Dass Library of the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, New York, April 20 - October 30, 2014.

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Workshop for Amherst Area Residents on May 25th.

Xerox Transfer Workshop  
                                              with artist, Alicia Hunsicker

Date: Sunday, May, 25th, 2014
Time: 1:00  to 4:00 pm.
Place: Hampden Gallery,
               131 SouthWest Circle UMass,Amherst
Materials cost: $25 per person

Please email to reserve your participation before May 4th

Payment due by May 11th
a paypal option will be available here on my blogsite once you receive your confirmation.


This project is funded in part by the Amherst Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
And by Hampden Gallery of The Fine Arts Center

Details: This workshop is geared toward 12 participants ages 16 and up. It is perfect for artists and crafts people. Amherst residents will be given priority and other participants from surrounding towns are welcome to apply.
Participants will need to bring several black and white xerox images made on an office copy machine. (not a printer)

All other materials are provided. Additionally, you will be given a number of prepaired sufaces to experiment on, this includes one sheet of  9”x12” prepared heavy weight paper and one 4”x 4” canvas to work on.  
I will teach workshop participant about a variety of xerox transfer processes and the different ways that they can be applied in creating paintings or other kinds of art. I will demonstrate the process I use in creating my artwork. Participants will then be walked through the process as they create their own. Participants will leave with at least one xerox transfer work of art on heavy archival paper, a materials list and written directions for future projects.
This workshop will last approximately 3 hours.
Topics covered include:
·         How to use digital technology to create an image
·         Materials and multiple usage explanation
·         How to apply a xerox onto a variety of surfaces
·         Problem solving techniques
·         How to seal the image and layer for use as a painting
·         Painting techniques in acrylic and oil for use with the xerox transfer method.

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