Art Faculty Featured in Vermont Arts Council Show
St. Johnsbury Academy art department faculty Rosie Prevost, Bill Darling, and Kim Darling are currently part of a show conceived and curated by Katherine French at the Vermont Arts Council Spotlight Gallery called Looking North: Catamount Artists Connect. The show runs from March 8 through April 26, 2019 in the Spotlight Gallery in Montpelier.
Rosie Prevost, Chair of the St. Johnsbury Academy art department, studied at Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts and received her BA from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. She currently teaches photography and chairs the fine arts department at St. Johnsbury Academy and has exhibited widely with shows at Catamount Arts; the 215 College Gallery in Burlington; the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, Massachusetts; and other venues. Rosie has two photographs exhibited in the show: Starfish Energy, 2018, silver-based photographic print, sepia/selenium toned, 14 x 16 in. and Fire, 2016, silver gelatin photograph print, sepia/selenium toned, 16 x 24 in.
Kim Darling graduated from Alfred University with a BFA and holds an MFA from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. She studied at Art Students League of New York and Bottega del Buon Fresco in Florence, Italy. Darling currently teaches at St. Johnsbury Academy and Community College of Vermont. Together with her husband William Darling, she is co-owner of Gatto Nero Press in St. Johnsbury. Kim has two prints in the show: Badlands, 2013, intaglio print, 16 x 16 in. and Little Woman, 2014, intaglio print, 6 x 10 in.
Bill Darling, SJA art department faculty, studied at the Arts Students League of New York where he is a life member. Founder and artistic director of The Intaglio Society, he is also a member of the New Hampshire League of Craftsmen. Darling currently teaches at St. Johnsbury Academy and each spring conducts drawing and intaglio printmaking workshops in Florence, Italy. Together with his wife Kim, he is co-owner of Gatto Nero Press in St. Johnsbury. Bill has one print in the show: Vermont, intaglio print, 24 x 30 in.
For further information about Looking North: Catamount Artists Connect, visit the Vermont Arts Council website: https://www.vermontartscouncil.org/blog/category/spotlight-gallery/.