Archive for the ‘Exhibits’ Category

Group Show opening

February 6, 2016

…at the beautiful Mitchell Giddings gallery in Brattleboro, VT on February 11th. I will have work up alongside creations from many amazing artists. I’ll be at the opening! Details below.

The Spaces Between VI will be there!

                        The Spaces Between VI will be there!

17 Artists – 3 Days

December 1, 2015

December 4-6
Brattleboro West Arts 2015 Holiday Show and Sale
118 Elliot St, Brattleboro, Vermont
Friday 5:00-8:00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00-5:00

If you’re close by this weekend, please come and say hello! There will be a rich variety of creations by my artist friends at Brattleboro West Arts and also many of my smaller (more affordable) works priced at over 20% off! They are each mounted on silk wrapped canvas stretchers and ready to hang. I will also have several giclee prints for sale.
Consider giving art.

Roots of Rhythm VIII

                              Roots of Rhythm VIII

Give Art

November 14, 2015

Are you near Brattleboro, Vermont?
If so, you have a one time opportunity to see a selection of my smaller mounted pieces.  They feature vibrant colors,  most with extensive felting and are mounted on silk covered canvas stretchers. Ready to hang.
I am offering these at over 20% off during a 3 day only Brattleboro West Arts group show the first weekend in December.  Each would be a lovely gift or addition to your own wall!

Biome IV

Biome IV

Sixteen other fantastic artists will also be displaying their creations! Lots of holiday shopping opportunities! Details:

17 Artists-3 Days

17 Artists-3 Days

New Gallery news

October 6, 2015

I am really honored to announce that my art is now being represented by Mitchell Giddings Fine Art in Brattleboro, Vermont. Petey Mitchell and Jim Giddings, both amazing painters themselves have created a beautiful and warm gallery filled with the work of both regionally and nationally known innovative artists.  I’m thrilled to have my work hanging there in such great company! If you are ever in the area, this is one gallery not to miss.

Cultivating Connections II

Cultivating Connections II
31″ x 44″ (approx.)

“Interpreting The Surface” exhibit reviewed

April 30, 2015

As I wrote in my last post, I am honored to be a part of the “Interpreting the Surface” exhibit currently at the Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery in Shelburne, VT.
Amy Lilly wrote an indepth review  of several works in this exhibit in the online magazine Seven Days VT including my piece, Beneath I.  It’s always interesting to me to hear how someone else sees and describes my work. Amy’s precise language makes me appreciate how carefully she observes. Here’s what she wrote:

“In Karen Kamenetzky’s colorful “Beneath I,” hand-dyed red silk stitched with jostling, circular shapes peeks from a chasm-like break in green-dyed felted wool. The wool’s textures are innumerable: large twists, thin ridges, protozoan shapes, swaths of tiny knots worked in green thread. Kamenetzky finds her inspiration in microscopic cellular life, and that metaphor fits “Interpreting the Surface” as a whole: The closer the eye gets to these surfaces, the more astounding seems the amount of work that went into their creation.”

Beneath I

Beneath I

Thank you, Amy!

The exhibit will be up until May 26th.

Upcoming show in Vermont-Interpreting the Surface

April 12, 2015

If you will be anywhere near Shelburne ,VT over the next month or two, please come and see this exhibit at the Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery. Three of my pieces will be there rubbing shoulders with work of some very innovative fiber artists!
If you do go, I’d love to hear your impressions of the show.

Interpreting the Surface

Interpreting the Surface

But where will I put it?

March 12, 2015

The wonderful exhibit in Georgetown, TX at the Georgetown Art Center opens tomorrow. The organizer, Nick Ramos, has offered to send me this very large hanging poster with the image of one of my pieces after the show closes.  I couldn’t say no but may have to  create a cathedral ceiling in my little house! I’ll figure out something…
If you’re close by please do get to the exhibit. Besides two of my pieces, you’ll have the chance of seeing work by several other very gifted artists including Deidre Adams, one of my favorites!

Georgetown, TX poster

Georgetown, TX poster

Poster Child

January 29, 2015

I am very honored to have been invited to be a part of an exhibit in Georgetown, Texas (just north of Austin). The organizer (I do love that he starts his emails with “Howdy!”) asked if my piece, Cultivating Connections II, could be the “poster child” for the show. Here’s the ad that will run in the Austin Monthly Magazine.
Austin ad 2015 72If you are anywhere near Austin, TX please consider checking out this exhibit which will include work from several other  fantastic artists including Valerie Goodwin and Deidre Adams!

Heading to Albania!

January 17, 2015

Well, not me exactly.

But I’m honored that this creation of mine has been selected by the US State Department’s Art in Embassies program to hang in the US Embassy in Albania for the next two years!

Emergence II

Emergence II

Several years back I had two pieces selected to hang in the embassy in East Timor (yes, I had to look at a map for that one). The Art in Embassies program is one of the better uses of our tax dollars-in my opinion. What a wonderful idea to feature American artwork in our embassies to create cultural connections with folks around the world. I’m so happy to be a part of it.

Greenwich CT exhibit Opening Night

September 15, 2014
Flinn Gallery, Greenwich CTFlinn Gallery, Greenwich CT

Flinn Gallery, Greenwich CT

Eleven of my newest pieces proudly shared the walls at the Flinn Gallery in Greenwich with paintings by Riad Miah  and Grace DeGennaro alongside the mesmerizing kinetic sculptures by Anne Lilly.There was an impressive turnout and, as usual, good conversations and questions. My favorite moment was with the 90 year old woman who came up to talk to me about my art and then shared that after exploring ceramics for ten years she had recently switched to carving alabaster! So let that be an inspiration to all of you who feel it’s too late to start making art!

For lots more images of the opening check out  this short article in the Greenwich Free Press.
If you’re good at Where’s Waldo, try to find me, I’m the short curly haired roundish woman in the beige top. Or better yet, look for my work on the walls! Or even better yet, come see the exhibit if you’re close by.