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 Curated Exhibits 

Curated by Rocky Pinciotti
at the Hawley Silk Mill, Hawley, PA
July 2, 2011 - September 3, 2011

The newly renovated Hawley Silk Mill in Wayne County PA became the home of "Art On The Edge" art exhibit which ran throughout the summer of 2011. The exhibition was a presented by the Wayne County Arts Alliance and the Hawley Silk Mill. As curator, Rocky Pinciotti designed the exhibition space transforming the 5,000 square foot newly painted raw space into a beautiful flowing gallery. He then selected 62 artists from the surrounding 11 counties to exhibit in one of the areas most exciting temporary art venues. The exhibition featured installations by Michael Hardest and Christopher Ries. The inagural "Black Tie" party, pre-opening artists event at Ledges, the opening reception and the Friday night artists talks were all exciting events. The gallery exhibit drew over 2,000 visitors throughout the summer.
Curated by Rocky Pinciotti and Mary Greene
"Be Mine" is a series of curated exhibits in January at the Delaware Valley Arts Allianace in Narrowsburg, NY. This LOVE themed exhibit features photographers and poets. Poems are curated by Mary Greene. Photgraphs and "Poem Objects" are curated by gallery director Rocky Pinciotti. "Poem Objects" are created by each poet individually or with the help of Rocky and are physical representations of the poems. The poems are reproduced in the exhibition program and read by attending poets at the opening reception. 

This themed exhibition has been titled as:
2009 "Be Mine"
2010 "Be Mine Too"
2011 "Be Mine Also"
2012 exhibition will be titled "Be Mine Always"

Below are just a few of the Photographers, Poets and "Poem Objects" from over the past 3 years.
Poets & "Poem Objects"
Additional selected "Poem Objects"
at the Delaware Valley Arts Center LOFT gallery.
Conceptualized and curated by Rocky Pinciotti
June 20-July 12, 2008

The "Fish" theme of this exhibition seemed appropriate since the Arts Center is located on the banks of the Delaware river in Sullivan County. The area is also home to the birth of Fly Fishing on the nearby Beaver Kill river. A open call was put out to artists who had work dealing with fish imagery both literal and conceptional. The exhibition included painting, prints, photographs, ceramics, mixed media and installation works. Bowls of "Goldfish" crackers were served at the opening reception and a good time was had by all.
The exhibition featured 23 artists whose work addressed the theme of fish. Below are images of gallery visitors playing with Rocky's contribution to the show. His "Go Fish" portfolio deck of cards feature an array of Rocky's images that relate to fish, water and nature and are used to play the traditional game of "Fish". 

May 21 - June 12, 2009
Curated by Rocky Pinciotti

For "MINIMALISM", More than meets the eye, Rocky selected 10 artists who's artwork embodied the focus of the minimalism art movement. It included painting, drawing, sculpture, light and installation art work. It also included art historical information with references to minimal artists of the period. The exhibiting artists included older artists who have worked minimally for many years as well as younger artists exploring it's possibilities.