Beacon Artist Melissa McGill's The Campi In Venice And Final Season Of Constellation
Melissa McGill has been exhibiting her artwork internationally since 1991 including one-person exhibitions at White Cube, London; Power House, Memphis; and CRG Gallery, New York. She is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design.
The Beacon-based artist has joined us previously on The Roundtable to discuss Palmas, a work created for Manitoga in Garrison, New York and Constellation - a light and sculpture installation now in it’s last summer of exhibition on The Bannerman Castle ruin in The Hudson River.
Her most recent project is entitled The Campi - which was inspired by and installed during La Biennale di Venezia this year.