March 10 – April 14 – Contemporary Landscapes

In the Walt Meade Gallery
Of the Roxbury Arts Center
Contemporary Landscapes
March 10- April 14, 2018
Opening: March 10, 3:00-5:00 pm

Artist Talk: April 14, 2 pm
Both events are free and open to the Community

The Roxbury Arts Group celebrates the landscape with Contemporary Landscapes. This group exhibit was cultivated out of an exceptionally well received open call for work in which artists were asked to submit their landscapes, including traditional, cultural, fabricated, cityscapes, etc. The resulting exhibit is a testament to the exciting and innovative work being created by artists, in fact, the submitted work was so enticing, the decision was made to expand the show to fill the Hilt and Stella Kelly Hall as well as the originally planned Walt Meade Gallery.

Participating artists include: Heather Baker, Irja Bodén, Toni Brogan, Louise Brooks, Andrea Burgay, Dan Chien, Kati Christoffel, Jocelyn Chuang, Greg Cuda, Sharon Coulson Downes, Robin Factor, Tracy Foskuhl, Deborah Freedman, Paula Friedman, Gail Freund, Ann Lee Fuller, Ed Garbarino, Tabitha Gilmore-Barnes, Bruce Goddard, Elaine Grandy, Karen Graves, Steve Gross and Susan Daley, Dalit Gurevich, C’naan Hamburger, Rhonda Harrowengel, Roshan Houshmand, Emma Huneck, Rhea Eunjoo In, Megan Irving, Tracy Jacknow, Liana Lekocevic, Helane Levine-Keating, Helene Manzo, Gary Mayer, Elaine Mayes, Elizabeth Mead, Kate Morse, Eileen Murphy, Jan Nagle, Sean Noonan, Caitlin Parker, Martin Penrose, Mark Picone, Heather Quercio, Kiera Reese, Stephen Rose, Deborah Ruggerio, Rod Sauquillo, Noah Schenk, Richard Smith, Candy Spilner, Mina Teslaru, Tami Tsark, Mari Tsang, David Turan, Gerda van Leeuwen, Ellen Wong, Lindsay Worden, and Peter Yamaoka