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Kim Radochia

450 Harrison Ave., Suite 202
Boston, MA 02118, U.S.A.
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Kim Radochia

www.kimradochia.com

kim@kimradochia.com

978-468-8035 (home)

PO Box 5284

14 Beach Street

Beverly, MA 01915

 

Site-specific Installations, Public Art, Private Commissions:

2013-2010, Stevens Point Sculpture Park

Check: Aluminum, 7’x13’x4’

Stevens Point, Wisconsin

Inaugural exhibition in a permanent sculpture park.  Sponsored by the City of Stevens Point, Portage County Art Alliance, and the Stevens Point Sculpture Park.

 

2010-2010, Adelphi University Biennial Sculpture Exhibition

Mystic Movement: Aluminum, 4.5’x12’x12’

Adelphi University, Garden City, New York

Adelphi University has become a center for artistic energy at its Long Island location supporting public sculpture and the arts through programs in theater, music, dance, performing arts, and visual arts.

 

2012-2010, Harborarts International Sculpture Exhibition

Riprap : Stainless Steel, 7’x28’x15’

Boston Harbor Shipyard, East Boston, Massachusetts

Harborarts is a global community bringing people together to champion the vital role that our oceans, harbors, and waterways play in the future of our planet. This project is supported by Harborarts.

2112-2010, Public Sculpture Program, City of Greeley

Swept Up: Stainless Steel, 10’x8’x5’

Clean Slate: Stainless Steel, Aluminum, 4’x10’x7’

Rejoice: Glass, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, 8’x12’x7’

Greeley, Colorado

A permanent municipal sculpture program located in the business district of Greeley. Sponsored by local businesses and the City of Greeley.

 

2010, Outdoor Classroom, Nest at Woodland School

Nest : Steel,Wood, 4’x12’x12’; Amphitheatre: Wood 2’x15’x12’

Woodland School, Weston, Massachusetts

A permanent municipal sculpture and landscape project for an outdoor science classroom.

Commissioned by the town of Weston.

 

2009-2010, Riverfront, Cambridge

Solo installation of 25 works of art in privately owned public space.

One Main St., Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Sponsored by Art Assets, New York, New York.

 

2008 Gnomon at River Run

Steel, 5’x6’x1”

Winthrop School, Hamilton, Massachusetts.

A sculptural steel gnomon for a sundial for an elementary school outdoor classroom.  Commissioned by the Hamilton Garden Club.

 

2008 Dirigibles

Steel, 10’x30’x2’

Tenacre Country Day School, Wellesley, Massachusetts.

Wall installation of 35 elliptical sculptural forms, visiting artist exhibition, education and assembly for K-6 students. sponsored by the PTO of Tenacre School.

 

2008 Listen Up

Aluminum, 7’x5’x3’

Brookline Arts Center, Brookline, Massachusetts.

Installation at a community art center sponsored by The Brookline Arts Center

 

2007 Wilma’s Wrath

Aluminum, 9’x5’x4’

Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, Boston, Massachusetts.

Installation at indoor East Gallery sponsored by Mass. Convention Center Authority

 

2007 Tropical Toss 

Steel, 12’x4’x5’           

University Drive, Coral Springs, Florida.

Installation at a residential community as an icon or entrance marker to the area.

Commissioned by Symphony Builders of Cape Coral, Florida

 

2006, Nest at River Run

Steel, Wood, 3’x12’x12’

Winthrop School, Hamilton, Massachusetts.

A permanent municipal sculpture and landscape project for an outdoor science classroom.

Commissioned by The Friends of Winthrop, citizens of Hamilton, Tapestry Grant, local architects, landscape architects, structural engineers and local businesses of Hamilton, MA

 

        2006, To the Wind

     Steel, paper, atrium dimensions 30’x15’x35’

    Atrium lobby of an arts building, 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, Massachusetts.

Site specific sculptural ceiling installation for GTI properties.

 

2007, 2006, 2005, Theatric Installations

Aladdin, Glen Urquhart School, Beverly, Massachusetts.

Shakespeare, Glen Urquhart School, Beverly, Massachusetts.

 

2005, Worries to the Wind

     Steel, paper, photography, prints, room dimensions 15’x25’x20’

Installation at Oma Group Gallery

450 Harrison Ave., Boston, Massachusetts.

Icarus Event: an event involving public participation where the public was invited to record their worries onto paper and construct tiny airborne sculptures and launch their worries out of the 4th floor window of the gallery.

 

2004, Rip Rap

Stainless steel, 7’x28’x14’

Sculpture In and By the River

Norman Rockwell Museum, W. Stockbridge, Massachusetts.

A site-specific sculpture created to bring awareness about the Housatonic River.  Project was part of a county- wide Housatonic River Summer Festival.  Collaborative partners and funding from Norman Rockwell Museum, Berkshire Mountain Bakery, and Sculpture Now made up of Private Sponsors, Corporate Sponsors, Foundations including the Mass. Cultural Council, Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, High Meadow Foundation, Greater Berkshire Foundation, Greystone Foundation and Local Cultural Councils.

 

2000, Mt. Despair’s Echo

Stainless steel, copper, 2’x30’x12’

Thunderstruck Garden, Manchester-By-the-Sea, Massachusetts.           

A commission for a site-specific sculpture at a private residence.  The piece was inspired by the tree on the knoll called Mt. Despair, the exposed roots of the tree, and meant to provide a dynamic response to the surroundings throughout the seasons.

2000- present, Interior Installations

Mosaic floors

Sand Blasted glass doors

1999-present, Landscape Design

Design and installations for outdoor spaces and private residenicies.  Works include artistic enclosures, unique gardens, terraces, landscape design and site- specific sculptures.

1995-present, Graphic Design

Services include logo design for business and municipalities, publications, event correspondence and organization.

1994-present, Murals

Design and paint murals of unique, often endangered, environments for residences, businesses, and municipalities.

1992, Masks Reclaiming Site/Sight

Charles River Installation #3, Boston, MA

A site specific installation sponsored by the School for the Museum of Fine Arts, and The Reclamation Artists.  Reclamation Artists are an organization that formed to bring awareness to neglected areas in the city of Boston that need attention or have the potential for redevelopment and regeneration.

1991, Innocent Voices

Stainless steel, nightlights, ink, sound recordings from a daycare center of children with AIDS, room dimensions 12’x40’x18’

Aidekman Arts Center, Tufts University, Medford, MA

Installation created for international AIDS Awareness Day. This was a Boston citywide event sponsored by Tufts University and involving the participation of the Tufts University community.  A holiday community gift collection was held and donations were distributed to children with AIDS.

Selected One Person Exhibitions:

2010, Sculptural Edge

Winfisky Gallery, Salem State College, Salem, MA

 

2008, Sculptural Wall Work

Johnson Gallery, Glen Urquhart School, Beverly, MA

 

2008, Listen Well

Oma Group Gallery, Boston, MA

 

2007, A Sense of Time

Oma Group Gallery, Boston, MA

 

2006, Winter Mandalas

Oma Group Gallery, Boston, MA

 

2006, Contemporary Sculpture

The White Gallery, Lakeville, CT

2006, Wrinkles and Rolls

Boston Biomedical Research Institute, Watertown, MA

 

Selected Exhibitions:

2012, 2011, 2010, HarborArts International Exhibition

Boston Harbor Shipyard, East Boston, MA

 

2010, 2009, 2008, 2007,2006, Pyramid Hill International Sculpture Biennial

Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum, Hamilton, OH

2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, Navy Pier Walk Sculpture Show at Arlington Heights

Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago, IL

 

2010,2009, 2008, 2007, Conversations

Brookline Art Center, Brookline, MA

2009, 2007, 2006, 2005, Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit

Millbrook Gallery and Sculpture Garden, Concord, NH

2008, 2006 Summer Solstice

Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, Boston, MA

2008, Works on Paper

L’Attitude Gallery, Boston, MA

2008, Canvasations

Gallery XIV, Boston, MA

2007, Dimensions

Art League of Marco Island, Marco Island, Florida

2007, Sculpture Now, Shelter:Sculpture on Main Street

Stockbridge, MA

2007-2006, Sculpture at Somerbys Landing

Newburyport Public Art Program, Newburyport, MA

2007-2006, Artquest

Marco Island Foundation for the Arts, Marco Island, FL

2006, Cairn Croft Sculpture Show

Cairn Croft Gardens, Dover, MA

2006, 2005, Sculpture in the Public Arena

Sculpture Now, Great Barrington, MA

2006, 2005, Sculpture Visions

Chapel Hill Public Art Commission, Chapel Hill, NC

2006, 2005, Avenue of Art

Coral Springs Public Art Program, Coral Springs, FL

2005, Riverbend Sculpture Biennial

Owensboro Museum of Fine Arts, Owensboro, KY

2004, Sculpture In and By the River

Norman Rockwell Museum, W. Stockbridge, MA

2004, 2003, Sculpture Exhibit at Ferncroft Hotel

Barn Gallery, Danvers, MA

2004, North Shore Artist Show

Wenham Museum, Wenham, MA (artist and curator)

 

Curatorial, Teaching, Lectures:

2010, Art Complex Museum, Sculpture Judge, Duxbury Art Association Annual Exhibition, Feb. 2010.

2010, Independent Curator, Riverfront, One Main St., Cambridge, MA.

2009 2010, Chronicle News Program artist interview, Boston, MA. Aired in January of 2009 and 2010.

2008, Glen Urquhart School, Beverly, MA. Visting Artist exhibit, education and presentation.

2008, Tenacre Country Day School, Wellesley, MA, Visiting Artist exhibit, education and all school assembly.

2007, Sculpture Now on Main St. 2007, Stockbridge, MA, Artist Presentation for award winning film and public broadcast.

2007, New Hampshire Institute of Art, Manchester, NH, Senior Seminar.

2006, Marco Island Foundation for the Arts, Marco Island, FL, Sculpture Symposium.

2006 Boston Biomedical Research Institute, Watertown, MA, Artist Talk.

2005, Chesterwood Museum, W. Stockbridge, MA, Response to Nature.

2005, Oma Group Gallery, Boston, MA, Artist Talk.

2004, Wenham Museum, Wenham, MA, Curatorial overview and artist presentation for public broadcast.

2004, Norman Rockwell Museum, W. Stockbridge, MA.  Sculpture talk for Family festival day.

2000-2004, Glen Urquhart School, Beverly, MA, Visiting Artist Educator, Middle School Teacher.

2000, Thunderstruck Garden, Manchester, MA, N. Shore Garden Tour, Artist Talk.

1988-1989, St. Joseph’s College, Gengras Center, W. Hartford, CT, Teacher.

 

Awards:

2010, Camac Centre D’Art,

Marnay-sur-Seine, France

Residency for September, 2010.  Project ‘Energy Wisps’  funded partially by the Foundation Tenot, France.

 

2009, Thayer Academy,

Braintree, MA

Finalist for a site-specific sculptural commission in junction with a celebrated new Performing Arts Center on the campus of Thayer Academy,  a grade 6-12 private day school serving the communities of greater Boston.

 

2009, Boston Public Library, Mattapan Branch,

Boston, MA

Finalist for a site-specific sculptural commission (sponsored by the Edward Ingersoll Brown Fund Boston, and the Mattapan Library Public Art Committee)

 

2008, Children’s Hospital,

Waltham, MA

Finalist for a site-specific sculptural commission (sponsored by the Children’s Hospital Boston).

 

 

 

2007, Mother’s Rest Park Project,

Dorchester, MA.

Finalist for a site-specific public art commission (sponsored by the Boston Parks and Recreation Dept., New   England Foundation for the Arts, Mother’s Rest Public Art committee, and 4Corners Main St. Dorchester).

 

2005, Riverbend Sculpture Biennial,

Owensboro, KY.

Finalist for over $380,00 in sculptural commissions (sponsored by the Owensboro Museum of Fine Arts, Mitchell Memorial Cancer Center, Texas Gas Transmission LLC, Moore, Malone, Safreed Attourneys, The Springs Health Center, Southern Star Gas Pipeline, and Wax Works Inc.)

2005, Avenue of Art,

Coral Springs, FL.

   Finalist for $35,000 in sculptural commissions (sponsored by the City of Coral Springs public art program).

Professional Affiliations:

SoWa Artists Guild, Boston, MA

   International Sculpture Center, Hamilton, NJ 

Urban Arts Institute, Mass. College of Art, Boston, MA 

Board of Directors, Kyndl Corporation, Lynnfield, MA

Hamilton/Wenham Green, Hamilton, MA

     

Education:

1991-1994  School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA.

 All–school diploma program with emphasis on sculpture and painting.

1988-89      University of Hartford, Hartford, CT. 

    Masters of teaching program, completed 1 year.

1981-85      Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY. 

   BA Business, Independent Study Program: Human Resource Management.

Other Study:

 2003, Paul Flurry Foundry, Bronze Casting Workshop, France

 2003, N. Shore Vocational Tech. School, Certification for TIG welding, Middleton, MA

 1996, 1997, Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA