LA CONTRORA | Fall 2019

I'm honored to be the first artist in residence at La Controra, a new organization for art, writing, music, collaboration and community. During my stay, I will create a new body of work inspired by the history and culture of Manduria, a small town in the Puglia region of Italy. Stay tuned!

La Controra
Str. Vecchia Comunale Manduria - Oria, 20, Manduria, Italy


ABSTRACT WOMEN II | August 10, 2019, 4-7pm

I'll have several works in ABSTRACT WOMEN II at William Ris Gallery in Jamesport, NY! Join me for the opening reception on Saturday, August 10th from 4-7pm. For more information and directions, click here. The show will be on view through September 8th.

William Ris Gallery
1291 Main Road, Jamesport, NY


UNDER THE MAGNIFYING GLASS | July 11, 2019, 1-8pm

Under The Magnifying Glass
curated by Claudia Bitran showcases a selection of small works made by NYC Crit Club artists. Visitors are encouraged to take a close look at each small piece through magnifying glasses that will be installed throughout the gallery. This group exhibition is open for one-day-only from 1-8pm with a reception from 5-8pm at Gallery Cubed under the Manhattan Bridge in Dumbo, Brooklyn. For more information and directions, click here.

Gallery Cubed
DUMBO Archway, 80 Pearl Street, Brooklyn, NY


GREENPOINT OPEN STUDIOS | June 8 + 9, 2019, 12-6pm

Greenpoint Open Studios is a grassroots effort that aims to provide a free and open platform for local arts that builds, sustains, and supports the thriving creative community in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

For one weekend, hundreds of artists and designers open up their studios to the public to showcase work in a wide range of mediums. From paintings, sculptures, film, photography, weaving/textiles, ceramics, and more, there are seasoned artists to be visited and emerging artists to be discovered in the northernmost tip of Brooklyn.

Join me June 8th and 9th, 12-6pm at 473 Porter Avenue, Studio 24!


SAID I MEANT | May 11 - June 9, 2019

I will have several new works in Said I Meant curated by JoAnne McFarland and Sasha Chavchavadze. Said I Meant, a play on the word sediment, is an exhibition of work by thirteen artists and writers that explores the griefs and joys we leverage in order to feel most alive. During this period of tremendous social, environmental, and technological transition, how do we use our histories to live wholeheartedly in the present and plan for the future?

Said I Meant is one of a series of sediment-related exhibitions and events taking place in May/June 2019 in Gowanus Brooklyn, where the Gowanus Canal, one of the most toxic bodies of water in the United States, is currently being dredged of century-old commercial runoff.

The opening reception is May 11th and 12th from 1-5pm and the exhibition will be up through June 9th by appointment.

Artpoetica
543 Union Street, Studio 2B, Brooklyn, NY


WATCH IT BURN | November 16 - December 12, 2018

My piece Untitled (White Painting 18-06) will be included in Watch It Burn curated by Carmen Hermo, Assistant Curator of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum. The opening reception is Friday, November 16th from 7-9pm. 

Trestle Gallery
850 3rd Ave, Suite 411, Brooklyn, NY


WOMEN EMPOWERING WOMEN | July 28 - September 27, 2018

WE: Women Empowering Women, a group exhibition co-curated by Kara Hoblin and Anne Sherwood Pundyk, carries forward the spirit of women supporting each other in their creative endeavors. The curators will present outstanding work by artists from Brooklyn, New York City, and Long Island including the East End. As with the curators themselves many of the artists in the exhibition are involved in serious, self-organized artist communities such as Brooklyn-based Lady Painters and the North Fork Art Collective.

Artist communities have traditionally played an important role in the forging of aesthetic movements, from Impressionism to the New York School. As more women take leadership roles in creative communities their influence can be seen in the development of diverse, high caliber artwork cultivated in an unbiased environment. Recent examples of this include 179 Canal, The Yams Collective, and CRUSH CURATORIAL. The artwork presented in WE: Women Empowering Women similarly demonstrates the results of deep individual exploration undertaken within in a critically supportive community. 

Borghese Vineyard Gallery
17150 Country Road 48, Cutchogue, NY


GREENPOINT OPEN STUDIOS | June 2 + 3, 2018, 12-6pm

I will be showing my work at Java Studios during GOS. Join me on the 2nd floor, next to room 229, on June 2nd and 3rd!


INTERVIEW WITH LES FEMMES FOLLES: WOMEN IN ART

I had the chance to speak with Sally Deskins, founder of Les Femmes Folles, about my newest series of work on view at VSOP Projects, my background, collaboration, and my residency at Trestle Gallery. Click here to read the full article!


ARTIST TALK AT VSOP PROJECTS | May 12, 2018, 2pm

I will be giving an artist talk about my work in "White Paintings" on view at VSOP Projects. The exhibition will be up through May 21st!

VSOP Projects
311 Front Street, Greenport, NY


OPENING RECEPTION AT VSOP PROJECTS | April 21, 2018, 6-8pm

VSOP Projects is pleased to present "White Paintings", an exhibition of new works by Brooklyn and Long Island-based painter Jacqueline Ferrante. The exhibition will be on view April 21 - May 21, 2018. 

Over the past 8 years, Ferrante has produced abstract paintings and photographs that investigate and mimic surfaces in our natural and built environments as they evolve as a result of accumulation, erosion, and decay. Foregoing the use of a paintbrush, Jacqueline favors the palette knife and non-traditional tools to layer, rub, splatter, and strip paint from her canvases.

While typically bold and adventurous in her explorations of color, Ferrante has chosen a more subdued palette to work from in these newest works, created while on residency at Brooklyn's Trestle Gallery. A spectrum of blue, pink, yellow, green, and violet underpaintings are all but rendered invisible with white and earth-toned surfaces. Rather than the density of the urban environment that she tends to portray, these new paintings are more suggestive of the earliest brimmings of Spring mosses, barks, and lichens.

VSOP Projects
311 Front Street, Greenport, NY


AMERICAN BEECH | Spring + Summer 2018

I have work on view at American Beech, a boutique hotel located in the heart of the historic Village of Greenport. Stimulated by the vibrant North Fork region of Long Island, the hotel combines tropical decor with original art available for purchase from VSOP Projects. 

American Beech
300 Main Street, Greenport, NY


ENVISION AT BROOKLYN BAZAAR | March 28, 2018, 7-11pm

ENVISION with RAW Artists Brooklyn at Brooklyn Bazaar
RAW showcases indie talent in visual art, film, fashion design, music, performance art, hair and makeup artistry, and photography. With artists from all genres in each showcase, RAW events come together to form an amazing one-night circus of creativity.

Brooklyn Bazaar
150 Greenpoint Ave, Brooklyn, NY


SUGAR IS SWEET | February 13, 2018, 6-9pm

Sugar is Sweet is a Valentine's Art Pop-up for the Caribbean hosted by Ground Floor Gallery. The work of over 50 artists will be displayed and priced at $75 with $25 from each sale supporting hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico and St. John: two Caribbean-American territories that share a fraught history in the sugar industry and are often synonymous with sunny escapes.

NU Hotel
85 Smith Street, Brooklyn, NY


TRESTLE ARTIST RESIDENCY | 2018 Recipient

The Trestle Artist Residency is a professional development program that aims to provide space, community, and opportunities for emerging artists. The residency will conclude with an exhibition curated by Carmen Hermo, Assistant Curator of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum.

Trestle Gallery
850 3rd Ave, Suite 411, Brooklyn, NY


WINTER SALON AT VSOP PROJECTS | December 2, 2017, 5-8pm

The Winter Salon exhibition includes works by 25 important local artists across a spectrum of media. Co-curated by VSOP Projects' director Jonathan Weiskopf and long-time Greenport resident and painter/ceramist Dena Zemsky, 

Artists: Louise Crandell, Arden Scott, Jacqueline Ferrante, Peter Jauquet, Sarah McNamara, Patrick Caulkins, Rosemary Gabriel, Cara Galowitz, Garance, Anders Goldfarb, Carol Halliburton, Marty Heitner, Poppy Johnson, Paul Kreiling, Patrick Lofthouse, Bob McInnis, Scott McIntire, Gail Miller, Robert Moore, Patience Pollock, Anne Sherwood-Pundyk, Sarah Jaffe Turnbull, Andre Worrell, Dena Zemsky

VSOP Projects
311 Front Street, Greenport, NY

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