Previous Shows: 2013: Emptiness is Form: Don Voisine
Born in Fort Kent, Maine, Don Voisine has been living in New York since 1976. He attended the Portland School of Art and Concept Center for Visual Studies, and was awarded an Honorary BFA from the Maine College of Art in 2000. The artist has had solo shows in galleries throughout the country and, in 2013 alone, his work has been included in group shows at the National Academy Museum in New York, the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, and galleries in Vienna, Verona, Paris, and Berlin. Since 1997 Voisine has been a member of American Abstract Artists, an artist-run organization founded in 1936. In 2010 he was elected to life-time membership in the National Academy of Design. Among the museums which collect Voisine’s work are the Portland Museum of Art, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and the National Academy Museum. Voisine is represented by McKenzie Fine Art in New York, Gregory Lind Gallery in San Francisco, Alejandra von Hartz Gallery in Miami, ICON Contemporary Art in Brunswick, ME and Dr. Julius I Ap in Berlin, Germany.