27 June 2011

An exhibition of new work

Ampersand in bone landscape by Peter Ciccariello

In the details

An exhibition of new work by
Peter Ciccariello  &  Brian O'Malley

The Mill Gallery
Kristin S. Street, director
Lorraine Mills
560 Mineral Spring Ave, Pawtucket, RI 02860

July 1-31 - Opening Friday July 8th from 5-8 pm

Peter Ciccariello is an interdisciplinary, cross-genre artist, poet, and photographer. His work is an experiment of language and text co-existing in 3-D digital environments. He works at the boundary between order and chaos, meaning and incoherence, logic and absurdity.
Recent work has been exhibited at amongst other places, Harvard University in Boston, MA, MOCA The Museum of Computer Art in New York City, Brown University, Providence, RI, Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts, NJ, and at the Abbaye de Neumünster, Cloître, Luxembourg.  

Links to his current online work can be found at http://invisiblenotes.blogspot.com/

Brian O'Malley recieved a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting and drawing from the University of Rhode Island in 1995. He continued with his formal education at the Massachusetts College of Art, taking classes in film studies, focusing on the connections between Alfred Hitchcock and Edward Hopper. After traveling the country and spending extensive time in the Southwest, Brian then decided to head down to the University of Miami to pursue a Master of Fine arts degree in painting. The light and energy of the tropics had a profound influence, as Brian moved from crude abstract works influenced by DeKooning and Rauschenberg to symbolic figurative pieces influenced by German neo-expressionism and Latino Symbolists like Arnaldo Roche-Rabell and Ignacio Iturria.

Visit Brian O'Malley's personal web site: http://www.briomalley.com/

06 June 2011

Digital Works" at the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences

Two of my images have been accepted for the National Juried Competition: "Digital Works" at the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences in New Jersey , the  Juror is Christiane Paul, Associate Professor & Director of Media Studies at the New School and Adjunct Curator of New Media Arts at the Whitney Museum of Art!

 Distance of V
Nude after Duchamp III