Joe Salonis was born in 1931, and lives in Belmont, Massachusetts. Before attending Gateway in 1985, he lived and worked on a farm in Massachusetts for 40 years. Salonis is a talented and prolific weaver, weaving yardage for scarves, table runners, placemats, pillows, baby blankets, and handbags using a variety of materials such as tencel, cotton and rag. Salonis also creates whimsical sculptures out of found objects and clay.
Salonis’ work has been exhibited at the Gateway Gallery in Brookline, Zeitgeist Gallery in Cambridge, Lincoln Galleryat the Beaver Country Day School in Chestnut Hill, the Arsenal Center for the Arts in Watertown, the New Art Center in Newton, the Sherrill House and the Bodell Gallery in New York, NY.
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