Antoinette M. Winters: Once Upon a Time...

December 1, 2021-January 16, 2022
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  • Antoinette M. Winters

    In the time of COVID, acrylic paint on paper, 6 x 288 inches, 2021.

    In the Time of COVID
  • Antoinette M. Winters

    In the time of COVID (detail), acrylic paint on paper, 6 x 288 inches, 2021. (Photography by Will Howcroft)

    In the Time of COVID
  • Antoinette M. Winters

    In the time of COVID (detail), acrylic paint on paper, 6 x 288 inches, 2021. (Photography by Will Howcroft)

    In the Time of COVID
  • Antoinette M. Winters

    I should have begun with this, No.1, (1 of 15 images), acrylic paint on wall, 14 x 12 inches, 2021.

    I should have begun with this, No.1
  • Antoinette M. Winters

    I should have begun with this, No.2, (1 of 15 images), acrylic paint on wall, 14 x 12 inches, 2021.

    I should have begun with this, No.2

Artist Statement

Once upon a time a pandemic raged. We experienced unending political and social upheaval. Our natural world was threatened. Our uncertainty about what the future might look like – what might remain or be lost - consumed our attention. Overwhelmed by the deluge of information and the "busyness and loudness" of our lives, we looked for solace. Some of us found it in the language of our poets and in the beauty of nature. Forever after – the Sun, the Moon, the Stars, the Sky.

Artist Bio

Antoinette Winters is a mixed media artist who works at her studio at the Waltham Mills Artist Association in Waltham, MA. She received her degree in Art from Immaculate Heart College, CA and completed advanced studies at Mass College of Art and the Museum School. Her drawings, paintings, and installations have been presented in numerous venues including: Brickbottom Gallery; Fuller Craft Museum; Brattleboro Museum & Art Center; Carole Calo Gallery, Stonehill College; Beard & Weil Galleries, Wheaton College; Schick Art Gallery, Skidmore College; Jewett Art Gallery, Wellesley College; Kingston Gallery, Boston; and The Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts. She conceived of and developed the visual design elements for Concord Academy Dance Company's performances of Transformation Pending, Strike! and Zero at the Bone. Her work is included in the collections of Meditech, MA, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, NYC, Art Complex Museum, MA, and The Corporate Program at de Cordova Sculpture Park and Museum, MA. Her work has been reviewed in Artscope and The Boston Globe.



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