Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Solo Exhibition at the Geissler Gallery, Stoneleigh-Burnham School

You are invited!

The Fall Art Exhibition will feature the artwork of Leyden-based artist Alicia Hunsicker. The exhibition, titled “Transcendent,” will run September 24 through October 28 in Geissler Gallery at Stoneleigh-Burnham School. On Friday, October 2, Hunsicker will hold a gallery talk at 3 p.m., and there will be

Opening reception from 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m., which is open to the public.

“Transcendent” will feature a selection of paintings and prints inspired by cutting edge science that addresses quantum energy and human consciousness as it intersects with the natural world.

To read more of this article:

The Geissler Gallery is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and is located at 574 Bernardston Road, Greenfield, MA 01301. For more information, please call 413-774-2711.

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

2015 Summer Newsletter

Sun Salutations - Revisited
Artist, Archival Print, Alicia Hunsicker, 2015
For the last few years I have put out a summer newsletter that sums up what I have been working on for the year. It includes things like; exhibitions, events, interviews, workshops,etc....  This years was published last week and you can read it at this link: http://eepurl.com/bq9Sqn

One of the exciting items unveiled is that I am now offering special artist prints that have hand painted gold leaf accents like the one to the left.
To see more of my new print line inspired by the Cosmic Bloom series of paintings you may visit my website here: New Archival Prints

Wishing you all an adventure filled Summer and if you find yourself in MA, VT, or NY please stop into one of my shows!

Monday, June 15, 2015

Interview with Whole Terrain Environmental Journal

I recently had the pleasure to be interviewed by by Cherice Bock, editor of Whole Terrain Environmental Journal as a follow up to a visual essay which appeared in the latest volume #21: Metamorphosis. I hope you will enjoy it!
Link Here

Wednesday, June 10, 2015


Supernova, Alicia Hunsicker, 2015
12" x 12" x 1.5", acrylic on cradle board

A little studio update:
I have been painting but not as proficiently as I would like. I am still waiting for my new glasses and stronger lens prescription to arrive (any day now!).    I have been working on a large 30"x30" painting which will be done soon and I finished this one to the left "Supernova" this past week. 

I will be having an interview released with Whole Terrain Journal on this coming Monday the 15th.  I will put a link in when it is posted. If you are interested in reading other interviews that I have done over the years you can find them at this Link.

Sunday, May 24, 2015

Musica Universalis

Musica Universalis, Alicia Hunsicker, 2015
12x12, acrylic on cradle board
 Painting has been slow going over the last month as I have discovered that I need to upgrade my eyeglass prescription. I am painting much smaller and more detailed panels these days and maybe that has something to do with the amount of eye strain that I have been experiencing. I hope that when the new glasses arrive it will improve the length of my painting sessions and I can make up for some lost time toward my next show deadline.  I have been really enjoying weaving these lines and forms into a multi-dimentional space.

I am pleased to finally present the painting I have been working on for the last several weeks. It is the next painting in the 2015 Cosmic Bloom series, titled:
 "Musica Universalis" (Music of the Spheres in Latin)

from Wikipedia:
Musica universalis (lit. universal music, or music of the spheres) or Harmony of the Spheres is an ancient philosophical concept that regards proportions in the movements of celestial bodies—the Sun, Moon, and planets—as a form of musica (the Medieval Latin term for music). This "music" is not usually thought to be literally audible, but a harmonic and/or mathematical and/or religious concept. The idea continued to appeal to thinkers about music until the end of the Renaissance, influencing scholars of many kinds, including humanists.

Sunday, April 26, 2015


Galileo, 5" x7.5",acrylic on cradle board
Alicia Hunsicker, 2015
I took the week off after delivering my work to the show at Omega and now I am getting back to work painting for my next show at the Geissler Gallery.  I just finished this little one (5" x 7.5") that I am calling "Galileo" after
Galileo Galilei, an Italian physicist, mathematician, engineer, astronomer, and philosopher. 

Galileo played a major role in the scientific revolution during the Renaissance. His achievements include improvements to the telescope and consequent astronomical observations. Galileo has been called the "father of modern observational astronomy  the "father of modern physics", and the "father of science".

Monday, April 13, 2015

Postcard for Cosmic Bloom at the Omega Institute

postcard front
postcard back

Cosmic Bloom at the Omega Institute

Forid Array, 16"x16", acrylic on cradle board
Alicia Hunsicker, 2015

Sunday was beautiful day to take the long drive to the Omega Institute to deliver the paintings for the Cosmic Bloom show. This is the last painting that was finished just in time.  I was able to see the work in the space and it's going to look great! The show will be up at the start of the Omega 2015 season and for the duration.  April 15th- Oct. 30th. So if your are in the Rhinebeck, NY area this year, please stop in and enjoy the exhibition of new paintings.

Today its all about regrouping, washing brushes, cleaning the studio...etc Then its another race to the finish line for my next exhibition at the prestigious Stoneleigh Burnham school that will take place mid Sept through October.

Show information:
Alicia Hunsicker ~ Cosmic Bloom
April 22 - October 30, 2015

Curator: Amina Eagle
Omega Institute
Ram Dass building, 1st. Floor
150 Lake Drive Rd. , Rhinebeck, NY
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