Invisible Bodies, Disposable Cloth: Rhode Island and Slavery, 1783-1850’s
January-February 2017

 https://today.uri.edu/news/uri-exhibit-lectures-at-brown-uri-examines-r-i-s-role-in-north-american-slave-trade/

The Independent
 Invisible Bodies, Disposable Cloth
http://www.independentri.com/arts_and_living/features/article_cee28159-e20d-5767-b4f5-95ec8db3363f.html
 
Grace and Gravity
Art Prov Gallery, Providence RI
August-September 2016

The Top 11 Art Exhibits of 2016
Law and Order Party, online art listings

http://www.lawandorder.party/2016/12/23/the-top-11-art-exhibits-of-2016/

Art New England

Grace and Gravity
http://artnewengland.com/ed_review/grace-gravity-deborah-baronas/

Press & Exhibits

Mercury Interview

Greenspace Installation

The Rhode Island State Council for the Arts has teamed up with TF Green airport and created a gallery in the terminal called Greenspace.   Nine artists were selected to launch the opening of the gallery featuring three artists per four month period over the span of the year.  Below is a link to a review of my exhibition which ran from January through April of 2013.

New England Public Radio

Interview with Jill Kaufman from New England Public Radio on March 22, 2014, Work and Culture,

at Wistariahurst Museum, Holyoke , MA.
The exhibit features artwork from two current projects, The Mill Project which is about 
the history of the textile industry in the United Sates, and Into the Shade, a story about the tobacco farming industry along the Connecticut River Valley.

http://digital.nepr.net/news/2014/03/28/artist-puts-beauty-of-shade-tobacco-on-scrims-and-canvas/

Danforth Museum of Art:

Off the Wall

July 2014

American Textile History Museum:

Flowers in the Factory:

February - June 2014

Newport Art Museum 2015:

Flowers in The Factory

February - May 2015

The Vets Gallery:Transparencies,

April - June 2015 Providence Journal 

Bill Van Siclen