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): Rinse 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.
Support for the exhibit is provided by The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod.
Anne Kamilla Alexander: A graduate of Bard College and Alfred University, Anne is a former Fulbright Scholar and a two-time recipient of a Pollack/Krasner Foundation Grant. Her work has been in solo and group exhibitions and outdoor installations all over the country including The Anchorage Museum of Art, The Shelburne Farms Museum, and the Hillcrest Sculpture Grounds. She has been an Artist in Residence at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, the Virginia Center for Creative Arts and the International Sculpture Symposium. She teaches and curates exhibitions from Windham, ME.
Diane Bronstein: Diane is a graphic designer who designed exhibits graphics at the Sci-Tech Discover Center and Museum of Science, Boston. As an artist she made pieces for and curated a traveling exhibition called Underneath it All: Desire, Power, Memory & Lingerie. She was an Artist in Residence at Coconimo Center for the Arts in Flagstaff, AZ. Her work has been in exhibitions at Monstserrat College of Art, Chimera Gallery and Women’s Caucus of the Art. Diane Bronstein lives in Flower Mound, TX.
Xia Gao: Before joining Michigan State University, Xia Gao was an Assistant Professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Dong Hua University in Shanghai, China. Her work has been appreciated by global audiences in both solo and group exhibitions in the United States, China, Sweden, Australia, and Mexico. Xia Gao is from Okemos, Michigan.
Stacy Latt Savage: Stacy’s sculptures have been featured in many exhibitions including those at the Whaling Museum in New Bedford, Gaudens Historic Site, and the Chesterwood Museum. She was an Artist-in-Residence at Franconia Sculpture Park as well as the Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts and the John Michael Kohler Art-Industry Program. Stacy is a Professor of Sculpture at University of Massachusetts, Darmouth and lives in Mattapoiset.
Margot E. Stage: Margot Stage was introduced to fabric art in 2001. Before that pivotal moment, her expressive media had been words and sound, as she worked as a National Public Radio producer and host (primarily at WGBH-FM) and freelance writer. Since then she has had extensive showings of her work in places such at Fruitlands Museum, Fitchburg Art Museum, Arnold Arboretum, and Lesley University. Her audio art piece “Dune Shack Sound Track” was exhibited at The Schoolhouse Center for the Arts in Provincetown. Her monoprints have been shown at the deCordova Museum School Gallery. Margot lives in Westford, MA.
Sue Dahling Sullivan: Sue is a mixed media artist with a background in nonprofit arts management. Her work was featured in a juried show at the Cotuit Center for the Arts and Woodruff’s Gallery in Mashpee. As a manager she currently is expanding the City Spotlights Leadership Program, ArtWeek in Boston, and is the Chief Strategic Officer at Boston’s performing arts center stewarding the historic Bach and Shubert Theaters. She lives in Mashpee, MA.