All That I Have Met (Tennyson), 2018
Cyanotypes, monotypes, watercolor, silkscreen, inc., pencil, string, digital prints, collage, dryer lint, film, metal, wire on handmade papers, coffee filters, Japanese papers and maps, 47 x 45 x 5 inches


Artist Statement
Yvette Drury Dubinsky is a multi media artist living in Truro, MA, St. Louis, MO and New York, NY.

Her most recent solo exhibition was at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum and was a Director’s Choice exhibition, curated by Christine McCarthy.  The catalogue included essays by both Chris McCarthy and Lisa Melandri, Ph.D. Director of the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis. The Provincetown show was a retrospective of Dubinsky's work over the past 28 years.  

The current collaboration with Vicky Tomayko was/is a prized opportunity to work with a respected artist, sharing experiences in the National Seashore, sensibilities, and ideas in the studio. The exhibited work is the product of mutually found solutions to the problems/puzzles of art-making.  The process involved much back and forth, both literally and figuratively. Together Dubinsky and Tomayko proudly arrived at a new and distinct body of monotypes with hand applied drawings and collage.

Steamroller Collaborations, opening on March 15, 2019.


Past Solo Exhibitions:
Tondos, Tornadoes, Torpedoes, 2015

Past Group Exhibitions:
Women On The Line, 2017
Who Cares?, 2017
Cooperative Consciousness, 2016
Razzle Dazzle, 2016
A.I.R. ReFreshed, 2015
Unframed, 2015
Wish you were here, 2015
If These Walls..., 2014
Wet Paint, 2014