The ArtSalon goes to Ashfield, May 17

Gloriosa & Company at the Curtis House in Ashfield map
Friday, May 17th at 6:30pm.
Presentations begin at 7pm.
This program is supported in part by The Berry Family Foundation, and Silverscape Designs of Northampton, MA

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Artists: Daniel Chiaccio, Karen Dolmanisth, Roz Driscoll, Terry Jenoure, and Amanda Maciuba.

Daniel Chiaccio
is an illustrator and printmaker. He frequently works at Zea Mays Printmaking. His work can be viewed in various themed portfolios, online exhibitions and permanent collections. His work has been shown across the county and internationally.



Karen Dolmanisth who draws the seasonal New England changes and our cultural, historical, and geological Berkshire Hills as primary sources of artistic inspiration. She has a forty-year exhibition record with critical acclaim, having produced large scale site-specific exhibition commissions throughout NYC, NY, New England and abroad.



Rosalyn Driscoll’s work is focused on the body. She uses a myriad of sensuous durable materials but also water, neon, light and, video in order to allude to the inner experiences of the body. They evoke human and animal life, death, and transformation. Roz has exhibited widely all over the world.



Terry Jenoure is a multi-talented artist who has engaged audiences as a jazz violinist and singer, poet, educator, and curator. She is longtime artistic director of the Augusta Savage Gallery at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Now she has found a way to incorporate her skills into a multidisciplinary theatrical show.




Amanda Maciuba’s work is concerned with the landscapes, communities, development practices and environmental concerns prevalent throughout the United States. By reacting directly to the landscapes and environments she is living in at the time, her work examines, celebrates, and critiques place. Amanda shows her work throughout the Midwest and New York City. Currently, she is the Visiting Artist in Printmaking at Mount Holyoke College.