|PhD Communications Studies|
|September 5- October 27, Terra Incognita, McGowan Fine Art, Concord, NH.|
|June 2 – October 15, Juried exhibition, Sea To Shore: Sculpture Inspired by New England’s Coast, New England Sculptors Association, Governor John Langdon House, Portsmouth, NH.
|June 15 – August 23, New Works, Belmont Gallery of Art, Belmont Artists Association, MA.
|March 28 – April 28, Gallery Anniversary exhibition, Twenty Years of a Singular Vision, McGowan Fine Art, Concord, NH.|
|July 11- September 7 Juried Exhibition, Sculpture: It's Hot!, Portland Public Library, ME.|
|June 25-September 18 2016 Biennial Members Exhibition, Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA.|
|March 12-June 5 Visions from the Lathe, Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA.|
|February Members' Gallery, American Woodturner, Vol. 31, No. 1 February 2016, p. 46, illus.|
|October 9-November 8 Selected work, Turning Wood: The Art of the Woodturner, The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, Boston, MA.|
|September 24-October 30Juried Tenth Anniversary Show, Belmont Gallery of Art.|
|August 10-October 30 Process/Progress: Sculptural Transformations, Bridgewater State University, MA.|
|Dennis Belcher, "When Good Wood Cracks," American August Woodturner, Vol. 30, No. 4, August 2015, pp. 20-25, p. 25 illus.|
|February 21-June 21 Audacious: The Fine Art of Wood from the Montalto Bohlen Collection. Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA. A selection of North American and international wood art, accompanied by a major PEM publication.|
|November-January 2015 Juried exhibition, Selected Works from the New England Sculptors Association (NESA). New England Sculpture Service Gallery.|
|September-October Juried exhibition, Concord (MA) Art Association. 15th Annual Frances N. Roddy Open Competition.|
|February 17-March 14 SCULPTURE by Derrick Te Paske and Peter Haines, Mazmanian Gallery, Framingham State University.|
|November 21-24The Museum School Art Sale (SMFA Boston).|
|September 12-October 13 Juried exhibition, Concord (MA) Art Association. 14th Annual Frances N. Roddy Open Competition.|
|November 29-December 2 The Museum School Art Sale (SMFA Boston). Heavy Vessel aquired for the art collection of the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston.|
|May 21-June15 Juried exhibition, Selected Works from the New England Sculptors Association (NESA) and area artist, State Transportation Building, Boston.|
|May Participant: Proof of Purchase, benefit sale for the SMFA Boston. Samson Gallery, Boston.|
|March 13-25 Juried exhibition, Branching Out: Wood Artisan's Show. Sponsored/hosted by the Woodworkers Guild of the Lexington (MA) Arts and Crafts Society.|
|September 7-October Juried exhibition, Selected Works from NESA, Maxwell Library at Bridgewater State University, MA.|
|March 10-April 6 Juried exhibition, Selected Works from the New England Sculptors Association (NESA), Bristol Community College, Fall River, MA.|
|November 15-December 14 Juried exhibition, ART ORGANIC (Fiber, Wood, Ceramics), Harbor Art Gallery at Umass Boston.|
|November 17-21 Inside/Out, Annual sale of the SMFA.|
|October 14-15 Participant: Proof of Purchase, Samson Gallery, Boston.|
|September 10-October 8 Juried Fifth Anniversary Show, Belmont Gallery of Art.|
|April-June Juried Fifth Anniversary of the Valley: Highlighting the Process of Creating Practical Art at the Aldrich Heritage Gallery, Whitinsville, MA.|
|Collectors:||Peabody Essex Museum|
|Dana Farber Cancer Institute|
“Focus Local: Derrick Te Paske,” ArtBeat Magazine, Vol. 2, Summer 2017, pp. 58-59, illus.
Derrick Te Paske
As a professor of media studies at Framingham State University, I am primarily concerned with theoretical principles and digital production/reproduction methods. In purposeful contrast, my art involves wood and other common tangible materials, employs tools and processes which are decidedly low tech, and results in unique and very physical objects. I have always been interested in classical forms, the ancient, the primitive, and the strange.
Since moving from Iowa to New England in the late 1960’s, I have worked as a carpenter, an English teacher, a photographer, a documentary filmmaker, and an art dealer. I am now a Professor and the Chair of the Communication Arts Department of Framingham State University, where I have taught since 1988.
My documentary productions were screened in venues including the New England Film and Video Festival, Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, and PBS; photographs were exhibited at the Boston Center for the Arts, and the Institute of Contemporary Art. I am a past member of the English Institute, the Photographic Resource Center, and the Boston Film/Video Foundation.
Now, I am an Artist Member of the Medici Society (School of the MFA, Boston), the American Association of Woodturners, and the New England Sculptors Association (NESA). My work has been represented at various New England galleries, including the Signature Gallery (Westport, CT), Lacoste Gallery (Concord, MA), and the Fiber Arts Center (Amherst, MA).
Juried group exhibitions have included the Belmont Gallery of Art; Aldrich Heritage Gallery (Whitinsville, MA); Bristol Community College; Bridgewater State University, the Harbor Art Gallery (UMass Boston); the SMFA Boston; Lexington Arts and Crafts Society; Mazmanian Gallery (Framingham State University); Concord Art Association; the New England Sculpture Service; the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University; and the Community Gallery of the Fuller Museum.
I am represented in the international selection 500 Wood Bowls (Lark Press), the art collection of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (Boston), and the permanent collection of the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA (with attendant 2015 publication in Audacious, the Fine Art of Wood from the Montalto Bohlen Collection). My work has also appeared in American Woodturner (August, 2015 and February, 2016).
artNEWS: Terra Incognita – Becky Darling | Derrick Te Paske | Molly Wensberg, August 2017
artNEWS: Inertia – A Group Show, July 2017
artNEWS: Twenty Years of a Singular Vision, February 2017
artNEWS: Studio Visit, August 2016
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