Art Exhibits

FacelessFaceless No. 6, a painting by Brittney Ciccone

Paintings of Brittney Ciccone

July 1 - August 25 in the Meeting Room Gallery

Boston-based artist Brittney Ciccone exhibits her abstract figurative paintings in the library Meeting Room Gallery during the months of July and August.

Ciccone holds a BFA with a concentration in painting from the Fashion Institute of Technology, State University of New York.  She says of her painting process:

I find drawing is a very important factor in my artistic process. I start each "faceless" series with closing my eyes and putting the charcoal to the surface and let my subconscious guide my hand across the canvas. From within these marks I find figures that I then paint with an expressive movement.  I intentionally leave the charcoal marks from the drawings behind. I feel that they are needed to create the story in my paintings. I also leave most of the surface untouched to give the figures the space they need to stretch across the canvas.

For more information visit brittneyciccone.com

 

 

Mary K. Mooney

Reincarnation of the Old

A Collection of Mixed Media Figurative Sculpture

On view now in the Library Solarium

Local artist Mary K. Mooney has been a member of the Art Space-Maynard community for twelve years.  In addition to having a studio at Art Space-Maynard, Mary is also a member of the gallery committee and the Co-Chair of the outdoor sculpture exhibits at Art Space-Maynard.  Mary has a background in Design, Painting and Sculpture.

The artist says of her work:  Old found objects speak to me, and as I listen I feel they each tell me they have another purpose.  This is what has influenced my current body of work, a collection of mixed media figurative sculpture.  I rely on the influence of surrealism as a foundation for my work.  My process is to let the objects inform the figure, which allows each piece to take on its own personality.  I use a variety of materials in each sculpture and although each piece is different, the result is consistent, to give each piece a new life.  By giving new life to these objects, I invite the viewer to see the ability to repurpose and recycle objects and to find their inner beauty.

For more information on the art of Mary K. Mooney, visit:  mooneyfinearts.com

 

 

 


Exhibitions are free and handicapped accessible. Exhibitions in the library meeting room are available for viewing whenever the library is open and the room is not in use for a meeting. Please check the library Events Calendar for availability.

For information on Acton Memorial Library Artists' Exhibition Opportunities please click HERE.