Daniele Frazier


Daniele Frazier's most recent exhibition Small, Medium, Large was held this summer in Woodbury, CT.

"From sketch to tabletop model to work that dwarfs the artist, creating public art necessarily articulates stages in time: beginning, middle and end; conceived, constructed, created. The manifestation of large, durable work similarly spans artistic and technical approach: the artist must employ drafting, architectural model-making, physics, and engineering to achieve a “finished” project. The resulting mental gymnastics – the movement from “small” to “medium” to “large” – inform the title of this show." – Caitlin Tully

Read full press release and to see more of Daniele's work go to danielefrazier.com.


Daniele Frazier


Daniele Frazier was a participating artist last October in a 50 year celebration of public art in New York City Parks. Two of her artworks were on display. Socrates Sculpture Park showed her giant hammer and nail piece, It Takes Two and debuted a new artwork called Ursus Excursus: How to Draw a Polar Bear. danielefrazier.com


Gabriella Miller


View from the cargo ship
Gabriella Miller had a solo exhibit Torquoise Wake (Coal, Air, Chicken & Shit) at the Random Parts gallery in Oakland where she was an artist-in-residence.

Artist Gabby Miller Journeyed from Oakland to China by Cargo Ship
Installation, 2016, ceramic, lights, mirror

"In August 2015, with funding from the Asian Cultural Council, Oakland-based artist Gabby Miller crossed the Pacific Ocean on the CMA CGM Gemini, a 380-meter-long container ship, to Xiamen, China. On board, she developed Turquoise Wake (Coal, Air, Chicken & Shit), an ongoing project that explores the movement of goods, people and power across ocean lines. The body of work includes paintings she made with the ship’s engine oil, photographs she took at sea, fragments from family archives, and the piece 609 Containers (1967), a pile of small-scale ceramic recreations of shipping containers."
- Emily Hunt, KQED Visual Arts (read full article)


Molly Best


Molly (l) and Lisa (r)

Molly Best has opened Thistle Meats with Lisa Modica in Petaluma, CA. They are featured in an article Sharp Edged in the Mar/Apr issue of MADE LOCAL magazine.

"Molly and Lisa, two mothers who love their community and have a passion for good quality, local food decided that they should open a fine quality - but down to earth butcher's shop. Offering locally raised, aged beef, lamb, pork, and select poultry from farms and ranchers they know and trust. They have a charcuterie program, offering unique pates, salumi, terrines, and other cured meats as well as local produce and eggs, and prepared foods."

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