Deconstructing Architecture for Fun

by Edgar Allen Beem December 4, 2008 When a New England artist attracts attention it usually starts locally and spreads regionally. If the artist is fortunate and talented enough, that attention sometimes leads to great visibility around the country. One of the New England artists getting a lot of attention at the moment is Kirsten […]

‘Evidence’ of Potential

Newmarket artist Kirsten Reynolds will use her $26K grant to bring her art national. By Jeann√© McCartin Posted Oct. 9, 2007 at 2:00 AM Collapsing buildings, oozing black blobs and odd creatures have made Kirsten Reynolds $26,000 richer. The 35-year-old Newmarket artist is this year’s recipient of the Artist Advancement Grant, awarded by the Piscataqua […]

Group shows build on architecture and science

By Cate McQuaid, Globe Correspondent | July 5, 2007 We mostly take for granted the spaces we live and work in, but as much as we make them our own, they put their stamp on us; they shape how we operate in the world. Curator Dina Deitsch deconstructs architecture’s meanings in “(un)Building,” a spotty group […]