Wolinsky WebinArt at Pucker Gallery

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Date(s) - 02/24/2021
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Watch the Wolinsky WebinART Now!

In line with our latest reimagining of the Gallery, the event has been recorded and uploaded to our YouTube page. Click here for a virtual tour of the exhibition More Than Portraits.




Cary Wolinsky worked as a news photographer for The Boston Globe in 1968 while completing a degree in photojournalism at Boston University. Soon after graduating, Wolinsky received assignments from national publications including Natural History, Smithsonian, Newsweek, and International Wildlife. In 1972, Wolinsky began his 35-year career as a National Geographic photographer, producing picture essays in Europe, Africa, Russia, Papua New Guinea, Australia, Peru, India, China, and Japan. His photographs have been published in books and magazines throughout the world.

His photographic prints have been acquired by museums and private collectors in the United States, Europe, Australia and Asia. Wolinsky co-founded the Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University and TRIIIBE, an artists collaborative. He now works with his son Yari, a filmmaker, and his wife Babs, a graphic designer, making documentary films. Their company, Trillium Studios Films, produced Raise the Roof, a feature-length documentary about the reconstruction of an 18th-century Polish wooden synagogue. The film has been featured at more than 150 film festivals and is currently being broadcast on public television stations across the US.

Barbara Emmel Wolinsky studied at Parsons School of Design and The Carpenter Center for Visual Arts at Harvard. After a brief stint as an advertising art director in New York, she moved to Boston, worked for the Real Paper, and formed the design firm Brook Five. After marrying Cary Wolinsky in 1978, her design career was repeatedly and wonderfully interrupted by travel throughout the world. Barbara continued to produce designs that won awards from the Art Director’s Club of Boston, and wonderful illustrations and paintings through their design firm, Trillium Studios.

Jim Fitts has been a creative director, print and web designer, art director, teacher, and a collector of fine art photography for over 30 years. Jim was recently in the position of Assistant Professor at Mount Ida College School of Design. He held the position of Executive Director of the Photographic Resource Center at Boston University. Previously, he was an adjunct professor at the Boston University College of Communications. He has held the position of Executive Creative Director at Avenue, Inc. in Chicago and Creative Director at Euro RSCG 4D in Boston. Prior to that, he was the Creative Director for Monster.com.

He has served as Vice President, Creative Director for iXL/Scient, one of the world’s largest e-business solutions providers, and Hill Holiday in both the United States and Europe. He was also a partner and Creative Director at Clarke Goward Fitts.He has received numerous regional and national advertising and design awards. Including, among others, Hatch awards, Clios, One Show awards, ADDYs, and New York Art Directors Club awards. His work has been featured in both Communication Arts magazine and Art Direction magazine. Jim is also the recipient of the William Gunn Humanitarian Award and the Morton Godine Medal. Jim has curated photography exhibitions for the PRC/MIT Gallery as well as exhibitions at the Panopticon Gallery in Boston. He has served as a reviewer for the Photolucida portfolio reviews and the FotoFest portfolio reviews. He was instrumental in the publishing of Harold Feinstein – A Retrospective, which PDN magazine called one of the best photo books of the year.

Bernie Pucker

Since Pucker Gallery’s establishment in 1967, Gallery Owner and Director Bernie Pucker and his wife, Sue, have expanded the collection to include artists from New England and around the globe, including works by Cary Wolinsky and Barbara Wolinsky. The gallery has represented Cary since 1988 and has hosted three exhibitions of his work; this is also the first exhibition of Barbara’s work at the gallery since representing her earlier this year.


To view the catalogue for the exhibition
More Than Portraits, please visit our website.

Cary Wolinsky
Half Shorn Sheep, Beaufort, Victoria, Australia, May 1988
Archival pigment print, 4/30 | 18 x 27″
CW26 | $2,350F

Barbara Wolinsky
Augustus Ugotus: Citizens United, 2017
Mixed media construction | 29 x 29 x 7.5″
BW1 | $9,600

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read artist biographies, and learn about our educational components.

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