The Enduring Legacy
Rachel Carson’s book “Silent Spring,” published 50 years ago, had a profound influence on the environmental movement. Her concern for the future of the earth, our waters and creatures of nature remain important topics for visual artists. This exhibition brings together a variety of work by New England artists responding to this theme.
Exhibiting artists include: Judith Allen-Efstathiou, Susan Amons, Todd Bezold, George Burk, Kate Cheney Chappell, Nancy Davison, Tim Gaudreau, Nina Jerome, Tom Glover, Susan Groce, Tom Hibschman, MaJo Keleshian, John Arden Knight, Vanessa Nesvig, Donald Saaf, Jane El Simpson, Michael Walek, Julia Zanes, Dudley Zopp
Artist Gallery Talk: Sunday, July 7th 3 pm.
Please join us for a gallery talk with artist Kate Chappell who did an indepth project on Rachel Carson at Chatham University. Carson attended the University as did Chapell, many years later. The artist will talk about her project and the importance of Rachel Carson to herself as both an individual and as an artist.
New Hampshire artist Jane Kaufmann brings her wit, wisdom, political commentary, and common good sense to her ceramic sculptures, reliefs, drawings and prints. She unabashedly spills all her beans in her recently published biography titled “Jane Kaufmann – Unframed” which is the premise for this one-person show.
Thank you to our exhibition sponsor: