AS220 Art + Editions






AS220 Editions is a project run jointly between the AS220 Galleries and AS220 Printshop. Through working collaboratively with invited artists,  it aims to use our facilities and network to promote the work of artists whose practice we believe in and share their work with an expanded audience.


Priscilla Carrion



Our second invited artist, Priscilla Carrion currently lives and works in Providence, RI. She earned a BFA in textiles from RISD (2007) and she now pursues her practice as part of a collective textile studio space in Olneyville.  

About her work, Carrion says; "I am influenced by my history and background, having been raised in Providence as first generation Ecuadorian American.  Growing up with a foot in each culture and traveling has increased my awareness of the impact that economic and political changes can have on our personal lives, societies, art and cultural trends."

Much of her recent work has taken the form of quilts and for this edition, Priscilla has stayed true to that strategy of image-construction but now it is translated through the medium of screenprint. 

Quilt by Priscilla Carrion
In the studio with Priscilla Carrion



Our first invited artist, Buck Hastings currently lives and works in Providence, RI. He earned a BFA in painting from RISD 2006. He has since exhibited extensively in local venues and has executed numerous small and large scale painting and mural commissions. In 2012, he joined fellow artist Shawn Gilheeney in founding Providence Painted Signs. They have been significant players in the revival of the trade and craft of sign painting, while each continuing to develop his personal body of work.

Buck’s personal work stems from a strong affinity for art, music, and nature. His approach is intuitive and meditative, drawing on the influence of his contemporaries as well as that of art history. He employs skills acquired through his years of commercial art experience in a search for his own sense of intimacy and awe in his paintings.