Kate Freeman Clark: A New Look at a National Treasure

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Image courtesy Kate Freeman Clark Art Gallery

August 11, 2015–February 20, 2016

 
Works from one of the 20th Century’s greatest landscape and plein-air painters.

Exhibition support from the Friends of the Museum.

Friends of the Museum

Peri Schwartz: Paintings, Drawings, Prints

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September 22, 2015–January 3, 2016

Reception: Tuesday, October 27, 2015, 5–8:00 p.m.
Part of the Oxford Arts Crawl

Peri Schwartz grew up in Far Rockaway, NY. She studied at Boston University’s School of Fine Arts and received an MFA at Queens College. She lives and works in New Rochelle, NY. In paintings, prints and drawings she focuses on composition and the interplay of color, light and space. Her work is in museum collections in the US and Europe. This exhibition will highlight her talents in several media.

perischwartz.com
pagebondgallery.com/artists/details/peri-schwartz
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Art-Crawl

Intervals and Disturbances by Ben Butler

Cloud-Morphology

Cloud Morphology

September 8–December 18, 2015

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 10, 2015, 6–8:00 p.m.

Part of the annual membership party

Intervals and Disturbances reflects the sensibility that an object stands as a momentary physical manifestation of an ongoing process. They provide evidence of unseen forces, and they point to the distinction between the human and the non-human. Throughout the natural world, unexpected complexity emerges from simple, persistent processes. When the order of things is not readily apparent, complexity is often mistaken for chaos. In the rush to comprehend we often miss the wonderful unseen forces at work. The response is to play in these boundaries between the simple and the complex, between the complex and the overwhelming.