Take Magazine: New England's New Culture
Maine artist Stacy Howe melds a love of history with horror and Gothic tropes to create one-of-a-kind artistic pieces.
SCAPES: Placemaking in the 21st Century
ANDY ANELLO, GENESIS BÁEZ, SARAH BENHAM,
WILLOUGHBY ELLIOTT, GARTH EVANS, SEVERIN HAINES, STACY HOWE, KIRSTIN LAMB, SIOBHAN LANDRY, DEIRDRE MURPHY, ALANNA BOUCHER, LEILA PHILIP, STEVEN B. SMITH, & WACKLIKETHAT
SCAPES: Placemaking in the 21st Century brings together fourteen artists using a variety of mediums to investigate the relationship of the places they inhabit, and how those spaces and moments of occupation some ordinary, others magical shape their emotional landscapes and reflect how emotions can extend beyond the realm of the internal and alter the physical world.
Artist Stacy Howe is featured in the Fall 2017 edition of Café Review, an over 25 year, quarterly publication of poetry, artwork and poetry book reviews. Bringing Maine poetry to the world and world class poetry to Portland, Maine.
"Helping the Blind", photographed diorama 2017
February 16, 2016 · by Gather Made · in Making A Path. ·
by Sarah Pedry Obuchowski and Molly McIntyre
We are thrilled to share the second in our series of interviews with people working in creative fields, Making a Path. Today, Stacy Howe, a fine artist based in Portland, Maine, talks with us about tainted objects, stopping saying no, and how many times she reheats a cup of tea before an episode of Law & Order ends.
Stacy Howe is one of the featured artists in Portland Museum of Arts 2015 Biennial in Maine October 6, 2015-January 3, 2016. She shares with LFF about her intrigue with Surrealism and her use of some Surrealist strategies in her work, feminism, and more
Biennial Artists in their own words: Stacy Howe 2015
The Drawing Center has been a unique and dynamic part of New York City's cultural life since 1977. The only not-for-profit institution in the country to focus on the exhibition of drawings, it was established to demonstrate the significance and diversity of drawings throughout history, to juxtapose work by master figures with work by emerging and under-recognized artists, and to stimulate public dialogue on issues of art and culture.
by Jamil Khader cover art: Stacy Howe
Issue 57 Cover Design by Stacy Howe
Drawn to Disaster, the current show at the Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art, is a provocative exhibition of drawing, collage, sculpture, film and video exploring the aftermath of sensationalist media bombardment. Curated by ICA director Daniel Fuller, Drawn to Disaster delivers.
Featuring work by: Anthony Campuzano, Dave McKenzie, Christian Holstad, Carlos Motta, Sun Xun, Dominic McGill, Stacy Howe, Deb Sokolow, Yael Bartana, Daniel Guzmán, and Lisi Raskin.
Drawn to Disaster shows through Sun., Aug. 7, at the ICA at MECA, 522 Congress St., Portland.
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Soo Rye Art Gallery
11 Sagamore Road
Rye, New Hampshire
Through March 10 -April 2013