a walk at Art Omi & at talk at the American Antiquarian Society

Date : May 21, 2022

Seasonal Landscape Walk Saturday June 4th at 11am at Art Omi, Omi NY

We will explore what makes June, June. Our walk will be articulated with poems and readings to accentuate the natural happenings on the ground and in the air.

Please register for the walk at Art Omi

 

Artist in the Archive Talk Wednesday June 15 at 4pm at the American Antiquarian Society

I will discuss my research with the American Antiquarian Society collection as a 2019 Artist Fellow that led to my project “A Bird to Overhear-‘ with Copy Press UK.

Please register for this zoom talk via American Antiquarian Society


Among Friends 3 opens on May 6

Date : May 1, 2022

Thrilled to be in the amazing show, Among Friends 3 curated by Alexandra Rutsch Brock, Beth Dary & Patricia Fabricant with over 300 artists zipped together!

Hop on over to @among_friends_show to see all 300 works!

 

 

orb #3, 2022, acorn & pinecone ink, pencil, gouache & graphite


‘A Bird to overhear’ reviewed by journalist Lee Lawrence

Date : February 15, 2022

We–me & Copy Press UK–are honored that Lee Lawrence reviewed ‘A Bird to overhear’ on her blog, Art Alert.

“In this 25-minute video — https://vimeo.com/666753146 — artist Brece Honeycutt draws us into her journey of wonder at the world around us — and of woe for the lack of regard with which we treat it. “A Bird to Overhear” is an essay filled with Honeycutt’s own keen-eyed observations interspersed with lessons gleaned from scientists, poets, painters and, above all else, nature. We hear birds at the start of the video then, against a backdrop of silence, Honeycutt’s voice asks: “Are we listening? Are you listening? When did I start listening?”

To read Lawrence’s complete review on Art Alert, please click here.

 


‘A Bird to overhear’ – new collaboration with Copy Press UK

Date : February 7, 2022

Thrilled to announce the launch of my work with Copy Press UK for their ‘Becoming Fireflies series.’  

Our collaborative work may be viewed here:  A Bird to overhear–


 

Audio-visual images:  history, landscape, birds. Bird song marks not only the change of season, but indicates ecological shifts in landscape and climate, as noted in the crucial observations gleaned by naturalists Rachel Carson (1907-1964) and Florence Merriam Bailey (1863-1948).  Daily note taking brings an awareness to the world right outside one’s doorstep, gathering the nearby into community.  Knowing and naming are firsts steps, in making aware.

photography, filming/Brece Honeycutt; script, narrator/Brece Honeycutt;  script editor/Vit Hopley; producer/Yve Lomax; video-editing, post production/Jono Lomax; graphics/Opal Morgen.

running time 25 minutes  |1080p HD | Colour | Digital 2.35:1  |  Copy Press/Becoming Fireflies 2022


HOLIDAY at LABspace

Date : December 9, 2021

HOLIDAY – Annual big show of small, affordable work — over 250 artists

On view until February 20 & open, Saturday + Sunday 1-5pm

LABspace, 2642 NY Route 23, Hillsdale NY 12529

 

mending practice #134, gouache, fabric & thread on punjab rag paper, 7″ x 5″

 

More on the mending practice series, found here.

 

HOLIDAY participating artists:

Yura Adams, Adina Andrus, Fern T Apfel, Susannah Auferoth, Ever Baldwin, Amanda Barr, Les Baum, Marc Bernier, Lee Betty, Jimbo Blachly, Annie Blazejack + Geddes Levenson, Pamela Blum, Irja Bodén, Martha Bone, Amanda Nolan Booker, Katherine Bradford, Laurén Brady, Judith Braun, Jenn Brehm, Farrell Brickhouse, Richard Britell, Joanne Brockley, Undine Brod, Sharon Broit, Berly Brown, Chris Buchakjian, Sharon Butler, Laura Cannamela, Kathy Cantwell, Melissa Capasso, Karlos Cárcamo, Susan Carr, Beth Caspar, Janice Caswell, Nurya Chana, Julie Chase, Willow Cheek, Sam Clayton, Ian Clyde, Melissa Cohen, John Colon, Jim Condron, Joyce Conlon, Janet Cooper, Jon Cowan, Karen Gonwa Culbreth, Brantner DeAtley, Pauline Decarmo, Colleen Deery, Penny Dell, Tasha Depp, Dan Devine, Astrid Dick, Carol Diehl, Abby DuBow, Peter Dudek, Katharine Dufault, Katherine Dykman, Jane Ehrlich, Georgia Elrod, Susan English, Julie Evans, Patricia Fabricant, Stuart Farmery, Jean Feinberg, Jeanette Fintz, Tristan Fitch, Mary Flinn, Audrey Francis, Matt Frieburghaus, Betsy Friedman, Iona Fromboluti, Marianne Gagnier, Ashley Garrett, Jared Gelormino, Sally Gil, Mimi Graminski, Gail Gregg, Joan Grubin, Guzman, Ken Habarta, Jenny Hankwitz, Marilu Datoli Hartnett, Erica Hauser, Kylie Heidenheimer, Allison Hester, Meg Hitchcock, Carter Hodgkin, Brece Honeycutt, Wayne Hopkins, Linda B Horn, Gloria Houng, Jane Hudson, Christine Hughes, Beth Humphrey, Will Hutnick, Marta Jaremko, Susan Jennings, Erick Johnson, Jennifer Johnson, Sue Johnson, Ellen Jouret-Epstein, Yasemin Kackar-Demirel, Martine Kaczynski, Shelley Kaplan, Laura Kaufman, Leslie Kerby, Benjamin King, Bernard Klevickas, Henry Klimowicz, Peggy Klineman, Philip Knoll, Sarah McDougald Kohn, Ellie Kreischer (formerly Spangler), Niki Kriese, Carole Kunstadt, Emily Noelle Lambert, Zohar Lazar, Cary Leibowitz, Elisa Lendvay, Jeffrey Lependorf, LI, Peter Long, Joel Longenecker, Patrice Lorenz, Sarah Lutz, Tia Maggio, Stephen Maine, Sascha Mallon, JJ Manford, Cynthia Mason, Suzi Matthews, David McDonough, Carol McMahon, Claudia McNulty, Catherine McTague, Eva Melas, James Menshenfriend, Elin Menzies, James Meyer, Susan Meyer, David T Miller, Lucy Mink, Donna Moylan, Chieko Murasugi, Ann B Murphy, Sue Muskat, Stephen Niccolls, Marsha Norman, Carolyn Oberst, Jill Odegaard, Sara Farrell Okamura, Lilja Olafsdottir, Mark Olshansky, Jerry Orter, Kathy Osborn, Alison Owen, Barbara Owen, Brent Owens, Ruby Palmer, Samantha Palmeri, Caitlin Parker, Gail Peachin, Gelah Penn, Julie Pereira, Susan Petry, Vincent Pidone, Bradley Pitts, David Pollack, Elisa Pritzker, Susan Rabinowitz, Jon Reichert, Kelsey Renko, Eve van Rens, John van Rens, Allie Rex, Ron Ronan, Mandolyn Wilson Rosen, Laura Lee Ross, Adie Russell, Stefan Saffer, Margaret Saliske, Liz Sample, Renee Samuels, Karin Schaefer, Julia Schwartz, Susan Still Scott, Jo Ann Secor, Denise Sfraga, Julie Shapiro, Jackie Shatz, Carleen Sheehan, Claire Sherwood, Polly Shindler, Greg Slick, Marisa Slick, Barbara Slitkin, Kim Sloane, Andrew Small, Kara Smith, L Ryan Smith, Jessica Soininen-Eddis, Elisa Soliven, D Jack Solomon, Joseph Stabilito, Jeff Starr, Kurt Steger, Deborra Stewart-Pettengill, Linda Stillman, Lawre Stone, Carol Struve, Amy Talluto, Allyson Mellberg Taylor, Jeremy Taylor, Joy Taylor, Christina Tenaglia, Bill Thelen, Paul Theriault, Austin Thomas, Olafur Thordarson, Arlene Santana Thornton, Claudia Tienan, Leonard Titzer, Michael Tong, Shira Toren, Katharine Umsted, Kathleen Vance, Becca Van K, Christina Renfer Vogel, Guy Walker, Pamela J Wallace, Susan Walsh, Jeff Way, Christopher Werner, Michael Wetzel, Brian Wiggins, Eleanor White, Ian White Williams, Ellen Wineberg, Ann Wolf, Brian Wood, Priscilla Woolworth, Rachael Wren, Cathy Wysocki, Geoffrey Young, Brenda​ Zlamany, Deborah Zlotsky

 


Contemporary North – artists supporting artists

Date : November 12, 2021

Honored to amongst a group of artists in Contemporary North’s online store curated by Jason Andrew—“Land” and the ideas drawn from it, is the inspiration behind this.”

 

Artists included in the online shop include:   Nikki Blair, Amanda Braizer, Martha Clippinger, Hermine Ford, Pricilla Fusco, Paula Pino, Claire Sherwood & Jessica Sanders.

 

For more information on Contemporary North, have a look at their website.


What the Trees Try to Tell Us We Are at Hotchkiss School

Date : September 28, 2021

So pleased to participate in the group exhibition ‘What the Trees Try to Tell Us We Are’ curated by Joan Baldwin, Curator of Special Collections at the The Hotchkiss School.

Participating artists:  Lynne Lena Curtis, Michael Gellatly, Brece Honeycutt, Robert Kipniss, T. Klacsmann, Roger McKee, Terri Moore, Ann Conrad Stewart, Lilly Woodworth

 

a selection from the series ‘bird nest studies’ constructed with invasive vines & weeds (bedstraw, bittersweet, dock, goldenrod, mugwort, plantain, tower rockcress)


Radius 50

Date : July 17, 2021

Thrilled to be exhibiting in Radius 50 at Woodstock Artists Association (WAAM).

July 31 – September 12, 2021

Radius 50 is an exhibition of works by artists living and working within 50 miles of Woodstock. Of the 172 submissions for this exhibition, jurors Alyson Baker and Candice Madey of River Valley Arts Collective chose works by 13 artists who are responding to and reflecting on diverse aspects of the rural environments in which they live. The artists bring to bear the influence of their immediate landscape in both materiality and subject matter with local geography, histories, traditions, and natural resources forming the context for a broader dialogue about the relationship between artist and place.

EXHIBITING ARTISTS
Natalie Beal, Irja Boden, Kathy Greenwood, Shanti Grumbine, Brece Honeycutt, Martine Kaczynski, Alison McNulty, Tony Moore, Ralph Mosley, Linda Stillman, Joy Taylor, Victoria van der Laan, Yage Wang

WAAM, 28 Tinker Street, Woodstock NY  12498, 845.679.2940     Open Thursday – Sunday, 12pm-5pm

 


COCOA

Date : July 17, 2021

Connection to Place: The Work of Eric Aho and Brece Honeycutt by KK Kozik in COCOA (The Journal of Cornwall Contemporary Arts.

Article available on line, COCOA

 

 

listed weeds ecoprint on paper, graphite, cotton thread, 38″ x 20″ x 14″, 2015


What does Emily Dickinson mean to me?

Date : May 15, 2021

Today seems fitting to highlight a project launched by the Emily Dickinson Museum, for May 15th marks the day Emily Dickinson was “Called Back”.  

“My Emily Dickinson: at the Emily Dickinson Museum a Video Gallery and Story Collection Project

In honor of Emily Dickinson’s 190th birthday in December of 2020, the Museum collected your stories from around the world. So many of us feel a deep connection to Dickinson’s life, her poetry, or to both. Some of us read her work as young students in school and become curious about the woman who lowered gingerbread from her window; others of us do not find Dickinson until we are older and her poetry’s themes of loss and hope begin to resonate profoundly; still others find that Dickinson’s wit and fierce individuality is a touchstone. This project sought to document the many Emily Dickinsons that exist in the hearts of contemporary readers. We received fifty participant videos from as close as Amherst to as far away as Albania. 

This video gallery offers a range of perspectives on Dickinson from a diverse group of her readers who generously shared their stories of strange Dickinson encounters, first meetings, and deeply felt connection. We are very grateful to these story-tellers and we hope you enjoy their collective message of Dickinson’s enduring relevance in our lives today.”

 

Link to my story:   What does Emily Dickinson mean to me?

Link to many stories:  Emily Dickinson Museum Website.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

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