Terra Animata by Andy Nasisse

May 17 – October 3, 2019 The most basic impulse of human imagination – the tendency to see things in things – is evident in Andy Nasisse’s newest body of work, Terra Animata, on display at the Museum of Arts and Sciences from May 17th through October 3rd. This special...

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Abstractions: Anne Marchand

1 April 26 through June 30, 2019 The vibrant large-scale abstract paintings of Anne Marchand are alive with shifting space, moving color, and animated lines. Marchand’s abstractions reflect a range of perspectives: images of deep space, views from airplanes and automobiles, perceptions of natural and man-made textures and patterns, along...

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Vessels

Celebrating 1,000 years of the vessel, from utilitarian bowls, crocks, churns, chamber pots, and storage jars to more decorative face jugs and folk pottery of the American South. A wide selection of firing processes and glazing techniques are explored through ceramic vessels representing various cultures and time periods from Pre-Columbian...

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