Craft Contemporary – Annual Benefit + Auction

Date : September 10, 2023

Craft Contemporary’s Annual Benefit + Auction happens this year on Saturday October 21, 2023. Tickets are available via their website Craft Contemporary and online bidding opens October 13.  

When my friend Caitlin Parker moved across the country, we communicated by sending work back and forth.

Our letters were cyanotypes and stitches and dyed cloth.

Our stories dotted with dandelions and ferns and new found plants in our varied landscapes. 

& now one of our finished works is in an auction to benefit @craftcontemporary. We are thrilled. 

Moonbow #6

Date : May 30, 2023

Saturday July 29, 7pm

meetinghouse: a melding of spoken word by Brece Honeycutt and Shaker songs sung by Miriam Cantor-Stone

Moonbow #6  with Ophra Wolf and Honeycutt/Cantor-Stone at The Shaker Meeting House,

Shaker Heritage Society, 25 Meetinghouse Road, Albany, NY.

Doors open at 6pm.  Suggested donation at the door $10.00

Listen to Lavender/Sanctuary Media Interview us about Moonbow #6

Causality: An exhibition curated by Jason Andrew at M. David & Co.

Date : April 2, 2023

Closing event Sunday May 14, 3pm 2.B.!–a poetic end for “Causality’ featuring:  Bob Holman, Elaine Equi, Jerome Sala. 

Read Jonathan Stevenson’s review, “Bushwick: Cause and Effect at M.David & Co.” on Two Coats of Paint, HERE.

M. David & Co, 56 Bogart Street, Suite 114, Brooklyn NY (Directly across from the Morgan stop on the L train).

April 14 – May 14, 2023. Gallery hours Friday – Sunday 1pm-6pm.


“Causality” curated by Jason Andrew at M. David & Co, Brooklyn
Installation view: L to R — Elizabeth Murray, Ellen Letcher, and Brece Honeycutt. Photo @jonverney.


Causality. When disparate elements are combined or random materials are stacked, when unlikely shapes are forged or incongruent designs are assembled, whether situationally mounted or unconventionally installed, this mishmashing, this mixed-amalgamation incites a new visual equilibrium. Our contemporary world is made up of this dynamism—an unceasing revel of cause and effect. Artists who define this make up this exhibition.

Artists: Paula Barr, Sarah Bednarek, Ali Della Bitta, Daniel John Gadd, Brece Honeycutt, Ellen Letcher, Trevor King, Elizabeth Murray, Judy Pfaff, Wade Schaming, Christopher Vazquez, Greg Wall

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About the curator: Jason Andrew is an independent scholar, curator, producer and founding partner at Artist Estate Studio, LLC. Guarding against special interests in any particular style or genre, his curatorial projects bridge gaps left in art history and reflect the creative imagination through paintings, poetry, and performance.

MASS MoMA at TurnPark Art Space

Date : March 24, 2023

MASS MoMA:  Artists of the Berkshires and Pioneer Valley curated by LABspace (artist/curators Ellen Letcher and Julie Torres) and coordinated by Michelle Kaplan and Jared Gelormino of TurnPark Art Space

TurnPark Art Space, 2 Moscow Road, West Stockbridge, MA    

Exhibition on view until April 30th, 2023.  Gallery open Saturday/Sunday 1-5pm

Brece Honeycutt, color considerations, 2023, natural dyes on silk, wool and cotton, 28 1/2 x 25″


This exhibition showcases 40 artists:  Yura Adams, Reed Anderson, Susannah Auferoth, Richard Brittel, Donnabelle Casis, Brantner Deatley, Shoshana Deatley, Carol Diehl, Katharine Dufault, Grigori Fateyev, Jacob Fossum, Jared Gelormino, Sean Greene, GUZMAN, Brece Honeycutt, Wayne Hopkins, Jane Hudson, Susan Jennings, Philip Knoll, Seth Koen, Ellie Kreischer, Zohar Lazar, Sharon Ligorner, Sue Muskat, Cassi Namoda, Barbara Neulinger, Sara Farrell Okamura, Hideyo Okamura, Mark Olshansky, Kristen Palazzo, Ron Ronan, Alexander Ross, Karin Schaefer, Kathy Schneider, Katia Santibanez, Julie Shapiro, James Siena, Shira Toren, Cathy Wysocki, Geoffrey Young.


Colour & Poetry: A Symposium V

Date : March 11, 2023

Thrilled to be giving a talk for The Slade School of Fine Art’s Colour & Poetry:  A Symposium V, March 21-22, 2023.  

My talk, “Prismatic Utopia” is Tuesday March 21 at 12:30pm EST  | 16:30 GMT.

View the online exhibition accompanying the Symposium, here.

The Symposium is free, but requires booking.  For more information, visit the Symposium page



Feedback Friday with Botanical Colors

Date : March 7, 2023

Feedback Friday (Alumane) Brece Honeycutt + Anita Cazzola – Botanical Colors. The two will engage in a conversation about waste: wasted color, waste as invasive, waste as wasted time to not stop and smell the flowers, color under our feet people see as waste (the dandelion?!), color in sad places people see as waste…

Watch the recording of our Friday March 10th conversation HERE.



HOLIDAY show at LABspace

Date : December 15, 2022

The annual HOLIDAY show at LABspace opens December 17th with over 300 artists exhibiting small affordable work.

orb #17, 2022, watercolor, pencil, plant inks on monoprint, 10″ x 6 3/4″


Opening Weekend Celebration:  Saturday + Sunday December 17 + 18th, 1-5pm

On view Saturdays + Sundays 1-5pm until February 19th, 2023

Closed December 24 + 25

LABspace, 2642 Route 23, Hillsdale, NY 12529.

For more information LABspace blogspot or LABspace instagram.

The Linda Doman Collection: Selected works

Date : October 31, 2022

Linda Doman was an incredible supporter of artists and arts organizations in the Washington, DC area.  Her art collection has been donated to the Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington and is now on view until January 29,2023. I am honored to have three works on view, including brim #5: well bucket.

brim #5: well bucket, charcoal, graphite, tea, watercolor, pastel on paper, 30 x 22″ 2003. The Linda Doman Art Collection



Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington, 3550 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA | 703.248.6800. Open Wednesday – Sunday, 12-5pm

Artists in the Archive | The Worcester Review

Date : December 13, 2022

painters, poets, printmakers, play writes, filmmakers, composers, sculptors, fiction writers, non-fiction, too–story tellers of all types research at the American Antiquarian Society and The Worcester Review Vol. XLIII, Numbers 1 & 2 celebrates twenty-five years of Creative Fellowships.

“Research is a material and the method of combining ‘book learning’ with ‘field notes,’ well-thumbed pages with current date, brings forth a way of viewing the world and underlies my working process.”—excerpt from Honeycutt essay in The Worcester Review, Volume XLlII, Numbers 1 & 2, pages 132-133

[images:  L/Honeycutt research close-up with magnifying glass, reading dome reflection and plate XIV from Jones & R/plate XXVI from Howard Jones, Illustrations of the nests and eggs of birds 

interview on Fox and Bunny

Date : November 17, 2022

“On being a secret poet, heaven on earth and the fine art of showing up.”

“There’s a bit of poetry and mystery to Brece Honeycutt’s work, an unraveling that needs to happen to grasp the deeper meanings of her intensely researched nature and history-based drawings, natural dye work, installations, guided walks, and video essays. As we move into the quieter months of winter, this contemplation of what it means to show up and experience heaven on earth feels just right.”

Read the interview on the Fox and Bunny site.  

Thanks so much Mary Jo Matsumoto of Fox and Bunny.  It was a pleasure to talk with you.  






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