Ice to Islands
Real Art Ways, Hartford CT
Organized by Zaria Forman, Drew Denny and Lisa Lebofsky
A group exhibition of artists’ work pertaining to the subject of climate change, specifically ice melt and sea level rise. A wide range of media, including drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, film, multimedia installation and performance will be included in the exhibition in order to encompass the many aspects of climate change and to encourage critical thinking on the subject.
Environmental Impact: A Traveling Museum Exhibition
Brookgreen Gardens, Murrells Inlet, SC
January 31 — April 26, 2015
Addressing intensely controversial issues of environmental abuse and neglect, including land development, drought and water rights, Global Warming, and the dangers of nuclear energy, Environmental Impact includes over 75 powerful works by painters, photographers and sculptors. Curator: David Wagner, PhD.
Timeless Rhythms: Sensing Change
Carla Massoni Gallery, Chestertown MD
April 4 — May 4, 2014
Artists are often the first to note disruption in nature’s rhythms, be it environmental or social impacts. All the artists selected for timeless rhythms: sensing change have an underlying connection to these concerns and challenge us to see our environment’s vitality and vulnerability with fresh eyes.
Environmental Impact: Erie, Pennsylvania
Erie Art Museum, Erie, PA
August 1 — September 30, 2014
Addressing intensely controversial issues of environmental abuse and neglect, including land development, drought and water rights, Global Warming, and the dangers of nuclear energy.
New Bedford Whaling Museum, New Bedford, CT
The artists participated in a residency and exhibition at the New Bedford Whaling Museum, in conjunction with an exhibit on William Bradford, entitled Arctic Visions: “Away then Floats the Ice-Island.”