Friday, May 19, 2017

Spring and Summer

Wood as Muse

Opening Reception: Sunday May 21st 1:30p-3:30p

Art Complex Museum, 189 Alden St, Duxbury, MA 02332

May 7 – September 3

This show is Donna Dodson and my first curated collaboration. Our aim was to place a wide variety of approaches to wood sculpture in conversation. We did studio visits over the past two years and selected eleven artists. The generous space and ambitious support of Craig Bloodgood, Museum Curator assured we could present a deep view of each of these artists. We created short videos during our studio visits, and Donna compiled a digital catalog. This show is our summer pride. Please visit. Find more at

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 A few images from the VIP Press reception by ArtScope Managing Editor Brian Goslow

 Artists in the exhibition include: Amy Archambault Remby, Tom Beale, Donna Dodson, Breon Dunigan, Vanessa German, Pat Keck, Maskull Lasserre, Jennifer Maestre, Jason Middlebrook, Andy Moerlein, Martin Ulman and Mike Wright.

See Greater Boston Blurb about the show.           See my interview

 Muskegon Impossible!

Extended for a year. Do not miss this installation if you are in Michigan. A surprise when installed last spring, Impossible has become an iconic town landmark that continues to draw attention to the arts in Muskegon, even after the national AP story made Impossible NEWS!

It is hard to show the scale and beauty of the trees in Hackley Park in downtown Muskegon Michigan where Impossible is installed. Huge and lovingly maintained, the city trees show real history and an affection for place.

The Forest Through the Trees 

Be sure to get to 6 Bridges Gallery May 27

Maynard photographer Brent Mathison saw the wood sculpture Donna Dodson and I create as a fine counterpoint to his large tree images.  The show has been a great draw. Brent also brought in Lynda Mapes to share her latest book, Witness Tree. Inspired programming.

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 Foreground: Slot Canyon, wood sculpture by Andy Moerlein Background: Pine at Natural Bridges National Monument by Brent Mathison Photography

Boston Sculptors Window Gallery

486 Harrison Ave Boston 
One of Boston's real treasures. An awesome series of shows, and street side widows.


wood, ceramic birds

It is all about fun.

Let’s always find time to flirt, giggle and seek each other’s attention playfully.


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