Kim Carlino (b. 1977) works in Easthampton, Massachusetts. She received her BFA from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2011. Carlino has exhibited locally and nationally, including shows at the University Museum of Contemporary Art in Amherst, the 2019 Every Woman Biennial, Site Brooklyn Gallery, Garvey Simon Gallery, Alfa Gallery in Miami, the Grand Rapids ArtPrize, and a featured artist in the Pierogi Flat Files and Boston Drawing Project. Carlino was a member on the team of artists that installed the 25 year Drawing Retrospective of Sol LeWitt’s Wall Drawings at MASS MoCA in North Adams, Massachusetts in 2008. Her team installed Wall Drawing #38, Wall Drawing #142, and Wall Drawing #797. Carlino’s awards include the Prutting Award for Painting, Bromfield Solo Competition, Dehn Visiting Artist Fellowship, and a 2016 Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship in Drawing and Printmaking. Carlino has been painting murals since 2014 and has completed numerous mural commissions as well as public art projects for the City of Springfield, City of Colorado Springs, City of Northampton, Lower Eastside Business Improvement District, NYC Department of Transportation and Isenberg Projects in Boston.
Panoramic Visions of a Fragmented Landscape, Orange Version
Mt. Tom Suite I
Mt. Tom Suite III
Mt. Tom Suite IV
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