LaMontagne Gallery artists at Mary Heaton Vorse House

LaMontagne Gallery artists at Mary Heaton Vorse House
An exhibition including gallery artists and friends at the Mary heaton Vorse House, 466 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA. Show runs from September 15 through December 6. 2023.  

Exhibition at Readymade Gallery, Orleans, MA

Exhibition at Readymade Gallery, Orleans, MA
Exhibition opening Juy 29th at READYMADE GALLERY  It will be a three-person exhibition and will also include Tabitha Vevers.  The gallery is a project space of Nick Lawrence who created the legendary DNA Gallery in Provincetown where Tabitha and I both showed for many years.  The exhibition is titled The Water’s Edge and I will be exhibiting work from my Snail Drawing Series  and my Zen Dune Series.
 The show will run from July 29th to August 11th; the opening reception is Saturday July 29th from 6 to 8 pm.  (11 Cove Road, Orleans, MA).  Public parking is readily available.
 

Major Exhibition at New Bedford Whaling Museum 2023

Major Exhibition at New Bedford Whaling Museum 2023
Beginning in May 2023 and continuing through February 19, 2024 a major solo exhibition of my "Whale Stranding Series" will be held at the New Bedford Whaling Museum in New Bedford, MA.  The work will be interspersed with objects from the museum's collection and has a 70 page illustrated catalog.   Writing in the Boston Globe vritic Mark Feeny wrote: "In 1991, Ranalli encountered a whale stranding at Wellfleet. What he saw inspired him to start making these prints. They show the black outlines of whales, in effect, stranded on the page. The images are austerely beautiful, but also surpassingly sad."
There is a beautiful illustrated catalog available from the museum, or I can send you a PDF of it.

Boston Globe Visual Arts Picks

Boston Globe Visual Arts Picks
Cate McQuade's picks for the weekend.  
DANIEL RANALLI: LIGHTLINES Ranalli has been exploring the potential for abstraction with photograms for nearly 50 years. Each is a darkroom experiment, made without a camera. Ranalli places an object on photosensitive paper and uses a handheld light to expose it — literally drawing with light. He achieves a silken, voluptuous tonality, creating crests and shadows, shimmers and soot. Through May 7. LaMontagne Gallery, 460 Harrison Ave. 617-487-3512, www.lamontagnegallery.com

Commissioned film for climate change conference.

Commissioned film for climate change conference.
I recently had the opportunity to collaborate with the amazing composer Lola Perrin for a commissioned short film (3.5 minutes), There Is No Substitute For Victory, for the U.K. Consulate in Boston to be part of the Climate Action New England: The Road to COP26 Conference on climate change.  We hope it will also be included in the world-wide United Nations COP26 in Glasgow this fall.  It includes work from  my series Fire & Ice (Climate Change) I hope you will take a look. 
 

Nature in American Art Since 1970: Reconceiving the Human Non-Human Relationship

Nature in American Art Since 1970: Reconceiving the Human Non-Human Relationship
This important Symposium includes a significant analysis of my Snail Drawing Series in the talk by Prof. Robin Kelsey of Harvard University.  The segment on that work begins at about the 14 minute mark in the video.

Provincetown Art Association and Museum—Full Color Catalogue Available

Provincetown Art Association and Museum—Full Color Catalogue Available
Provincetown Art Association and Museum 2010-2011
20 year survey exhibition

A full-color catalog is available directly from the artist for $10 postpaid. Email Daniel at dranalli@bu.edu.