Last chance to catch Part 1 of A turning Point | The Contempoary Landscape at Jane Deering Gallery, ideas from select regional and international artists about the environmental impact of man-made and natural disasters as that distinction crumbles (the unnatural natural disasters), beauty and life.
Installation views of this solid group show:
Where Part 1 is generally more focused on land, Part II pivots to water, and opens with a public reception May 18th* from 4-6pm.
*Mark your calendars: public reception for Once Upon a Contest Selection from Cape Ann Reads at TOHP Burnham Library in Essex is earlier that same day, may 18th, from 10-noon.
“The land will sustain us and beauty will thrive, if only we pay attention and heed.” Read the gallery’s press release for Part II below:
Press release for Part II
Jane Deering Gallery presents PART II of A Turning Point | the contemporary landscape showcasing new works at an opening reception Saturday May 18th from 4:00-6:00pm. The exhibition addresses the timely question Beautiful world, where are you going? and explores our fragile relationship with the natural world. The exhibition will run through mid-June and includes regional and international artists whose works are held in museum, corporate and private collections: Gabrielle Barzaghi, Deborah Brown, Tom Fels, Paul Cary Goldberg, Jacob Hessler, Jeff Marshall, Adin Murray, Esther Pullman, Steve Rosenthal and Erma Wheeler from New England; Nell Campbell, Gail Pine and Youngsuk Suh from California; Gail Barker, Neeta Madahar and Michael Porter from the United Kingdom. The gallery is located at 19 Pleasant Street, Gloucester MA. Gallery hours: Friday/Saturday/Sunday 1:00-5:00pm and by appointment at 917-902-4359 or firstname.lastname@example.org.