Greg Slick & Donna Brickwood
Greg Slick’s practice lies at the crossroads of art, archaeology, and anthropology and includes painting, works on paper, and sculpture. He has exhibited nationally and internationally, including a solo exhibition in 2016 at The Woodstock Artists Association and Museum, Woodstock, NY and solo shows at Matteawan Gallery, Beacon, NY in 2017, 2015 and 2013. He has also participated in recent group exhibitions at Ada Rose Gallery, Kensington, MD and TSA New York and Ground Floor Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. His work was included in several art fairs in 2014 and 2015, including the Governor’s Island Art Fair in Brooklyn with Ground Floor Gallery, JustMAD6 in Madrid, Spain and Select NYC with TSA New York, and Aqua Art Miami, Miami, FL with Matteawan Gallery. In 2013 Greg attended an artist residency at the Burren College of Art, Ballyvaughan, Ireland and in 2003 was invited by the Estonian Artists’ Association (EKL) to be a Resident Artist at the Tallinn Art Hall, Tallinn, Estonia.
Donna Brickwood is the founder of Sacred Space in Beacon, NY. She is a NYS Licensed Massage Therapist and yoga instructor since 2003. She dedicated herself to years of training in native philosophy, healing, and wilderness living, and studied the teachings of Grandfather Stalking Wolf, through Tom Brown, Jr’s Tracker School of Wilderness Survival, Tracking, and Awareness since 2005. Donna remains active within the tracker community, while volunteering support for tracker search and forensic investigation. It is through this experience that she has a deepened relationship with connecting to the Earth through the teachings of the ancient ways of indigenous knowledge, primitive skills, and plant wisdom. In 2009, Donna worked with artists, the Starn Brothers, as a climber for their art installation, "Big Bambu."