Erasure
Erasure

reclaimed fabric, copper, food net, thread, steel 68 x 33 x 7 inches

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Inequity
Inequity

remnant fabric, copper, food net, thread 45 x 33 x 7 inches

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BotoxLips (2004)
BotoxLips (2004)

16" x 18" x 17" ceramic, fiber, watercolor, paper

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Erasure
Erasure

reclaimed fabric, copper, food net, thread, steel 68 x 33 x 7 inches

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Virginia Mahoney is a mixed-media artist living and working in Brockton, Massachusetts. 

NEWS:

CURRENTLY

Mahoney's Solo show, "Shielded State" is on view at Bromfield Gallery through January 30, 2022. Gallery hours are Wed–Sun 12–5, with an opening reception Friday, January 7, 6–8PM.

"The Space for Maybe" is a group show curated by Mahoney, assisted by Miller Opie, at Fountain Street Gallery. The show features the work of Fountain Street's Core Artists and runs through February 13. Gallery hours are Thur–Sun 12–4, with receptions Friday, January 7, 5–8PM and February 4, 5–8PM.

"Façade" is juried international online exhibition through the ArtsToHeart Project, with juror Erika B Hess of "I Like Your Work" and features two works by Mahoney, Inequity  and Silence Is Complicity.

2021

Mahoney was included in "8 Visions 2021" at the Attleboro Arts Museum August 2-28, 2021. Check out the article in the Attleboro Sun Chronicle. Here her talk about her work in the show here.

Two works by Mahoney were exhibited in the Attleboro Arts Museum's national juried show, "Real or Imagined," juried by Clare Bell, Senior Director of Exhibitions at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.  

The work, "Silence Is Complicity" is included in Art Fluent's international online exhibition, "ConTEXT."

Material Witness” Mahoney’s show with Sylvia Vander Sluis at Fountain Street Gallery in Boston, ran from June 2 – 27, 2021. The recording of her video interview with Fountain Street core member Steve Sangapore on Instagram is here. A virtual artist talk with Virginia and Sylvia can be viewed here.

Mahoney's work is available for sale on 1stDibs.