June 3- October 9, 2017
This season’s outdoor installation, Points of View, features works of art in which artists play with the concept “point of view”: framing viewpoints, distorting points of view, and magnifying that which can be seen in the distance. A variety of materials are incorporated that enhance viewers’ appreciation of the gardens and grounds while challenging them to think about what a point of view can be.
Alexander, Anne Kamilla (Maine): Evolving Poles Her work has been in solo and group exhibitions and outdoor installations all over the country.
Bronstein, Diane (Texas): Time in the Wood Her work has been in exhibitions at Monstserrat College of Art, Chimera Gallery, and Women’s Caucus of the Art.
Gao, Xia (Michigan): Risen Her work has been viewed by global audiences in both solo and group exhibitions in the U.S., China, Sweden, Australia, and Mexico.
Savage, Stacy Latt (Massachusetts): MORPH Her work has been featured in exhibitions at the New Bedford Whaling Museum, Gaudens Historic Site, the Chesterwood Museum, and others.
Stage, Margot E. (Massachusetts): ORBS Her work has been shown at Fruitlands Museum, Fitchburg Art Museum, Arnold Arboretum, Lesley University, and more.
Sullivan, Sue Dahling (Massachusetts): Taking the Long View Her work has been featured in a juried show at the Cotuit Center for the Arts and Woodruff’s Gallery in Mashpee.