Hannah Verlin
Upcoming Solo Exhibition
Remnants
Trustman Art Gallery, Simmons College
April 19-May 26, 2016
Opening Reception with artist talk April 21
300 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02115
Love Letters: An Art Installation in Davis Square
The installation Love Letters will be installed along the Davis Square’s Grove-Cedar Bike Path will be installed on Saturday 9/22 (rain date 9/23) and the piece will remain in place to be slowly worn and washed away.

The installation will use text from the correspondences of the 19th century English poets Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett (eventually to be Elizabeth Barrett Browning). This piece will create a journey where people using the Bike Path move through a love story.
Artis Talk
Tuesday, September 18, 2012, 11:30am
Montserrat College of Art
Room 201, Hardie Building
Far Away Close Up
The 301 Gallery of the Montserrat College of Art is hosting an exhibition of Verlin's work from the last three years. The exhibition will be on view from September 17 – October 13, 2012.
Stirring the Waters | Between Two Bodies Boston Sculptors Gallery in Cleveland
Hannah Verlin's artworks Cloister and Birth/Death are on view at The Sculpture Center in Cleveland, OH as part of the exhibition "Stirring the Waters | Between Two Bodies Boston Sculptors Gallery in Cleveland". For more information this exchange exhibition please visit The Sculpture Center website.
The St. Botolph Club Foundation 2012 Emerging Artist Award
Hannah Verlin has been selected as a recipient of The St. Botolph Club Foundation 2012 Emerging Artist Award as well as the Amelia Peabody Grant, which is given out to one Emerging Artist who works in sculpture.
Thoughts Are Free - Installed in Medfield, MA
The first of three installments of the public art project Thoughts Are Free has been installed on Main Street in Medfield, MA. Six of what will be eventually 16 sites are now on view. To learn more about the project here.
Cate McQuiad reviews Knowing Not Knowing
Read McQuaid's review in The Boston Globe
Knowing Not Knowing
Knowing Not Knowing will be on view at http://wwwbostonsculptors.com The Boston Sculptors Gallery| from 5/25-6/26/2011.

What can we ever really know with certainty? The pieces of Knowing Not Knowing explore the tension of knowing something with conviction and yet never being able to know the full truth of it. Individually the work covers a range of themes: history, time, the printed page, literary tradition, love, and outer-space.

Although each piece exists in a distinct realm, they all share an aesthetic of belied simplicity. Shapes are limited to basic geometries of squares, circles, and triangles. The color palette is restrained to black and white with only the occasional burst of color in contrast. The materials are familiar—paper, cloth, and string—with minimal manipulation. However, the residue of an intense process puts the lie to the simplicity and gives the art a scintillating and restless quality.

Time and the artist’s hand are ever present in the work—hand-written text, repetition of form, torn paper, and dripping ink. There is a monastic devotion such that the act of creation can be felt with immediacy in the final form of the art.

Knowing Not Knowing will show concurrently with work by Jessica Straus.
Massachusetts Cultural Councils Artist Fellowship in Sculpture Installation
"The Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowships recognize the unique contribution made by artists to the cultural vitality of the Commonwealth. The fellowships provide direct assistance to Massachusetts artists to recognize excellence and creative ability, and to support further development of their talents. MCC chronicles the impact of these awards in the Fellows Notes section of its blog, ArtSake. Over the years, many artists of national and international prominence have won MCC fellowships.

[...] The panel was composed of Montserrat College of Art Gallery Director Leonie Bradbury and artists Christopher Frost and Niho Kozuru. Both Frost and Kozuru are past fellows in this program." -MCC Press Release

Bloom
August 21-22, 2010 (Rain dates: August 28 & 29)
Prospect Hill Monument, Union Square, Somerville, MA

For one weekend in August the installation Bloom will transform the grounds surrounding Union Square’s Prospect Hill Monument. The grassy hill will erupt with a swathe of white flowers. On closer inspection, viewers will discover that the flowers are made of paper with handwriting on each of the petals, alternating with “loves me” and “loves me not”. It is a field of hope and possibility. Viewers will be encourage to take the flowers with them, so that the field will gradually vanish. Just as the flowers will suddenly appear on Saturday morning, they will disappear on Sunday evening. Bloom is an ArtsUnion event presented by Hannah Verlin and the Somerville Arts Council.
On/Of/Like/About Paper
Verlin's new installation Soak will be on view at the Boston Sculptors Gallery
July 7 – August 15, 2010 as part of the exhibition "On/Of/Like/About Paper"

First Friday Reception: July 9, 5 - 8pm
Opening Reception: August 6, 5 - 8pm
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Sunday, 12pm – 6pm

Boston Sculptors Gallery
486 Harrison Ave.
Boston, MA 02118
617-482-7781