Yesterday we had the Art Dropoff Party for the Art on Science: 26 Études project with the Boston-Strasbourg Sister City organization. Here’s a pic of the show-and-tell session: Here are some pics of the printing plates and the finished prints.
Starting to work on the artwork for the 26 Études project, melding science and art with the Sister City program between Boston and Strasbourg. I’m going to layer interpretations of cellular shapes and organization using blind deboss and emboss on an etching press. More as details develop.
It’s that time of year, and this year more so than others. The Stove Factory Open Studios at 523 Medford St in Charlestown is going on two weekends this time. I have some pieces in the gallery downstairs, and also up on the wall near Reflex Le tterpress, my printing studio. Come by this weekend
I’ll be working with the New Gallery Concert Series to create some process art for a music event in January at the Cambridge Art Association. Not sure what’s going to come out, but it should be interesting.
Starting off the new fall schedule at the Cambridge Art Association, the Mary Schein Fall Salon opens on September 7th. I’ll have a piece on display — Graphic Kerguelen Archipelago — and will be there in my official capacity as president of the Association. Come by and say hi!
I’ve been accepted into Art on Science: 24 études, a interdisciplinary art project that will pair artists and scientists in Boston and Strasbourg, France. Strasbourg is a sister city of Boston, and the project will be part of the 60th anniversary of the Sister City relationship.