The Society’s Artist-in-Residence program is designed to give craftspeople an opportunity to work in our studio and offers a unique experience to explore Boston’s diverse cultural and historical offerings.
Heritage Museums & Gardens invited five artists to install outdoor sculptures throughout the museum grounds and gardens. See monumental public art, meet the artists, watch them work, and participate in hands-on artmaking workshops. With this group of artists, you get a little bit of everything: metal, wood, fiber, sound, mixed media, painting and more. Each artwork explores how humans and nature coexist, interact, and overlap.
In Take It Outside, the Boston Sculptors Gallery showcase their provocative works of ceramic, metal, stone, and other media throughout Fuller Craft Museum’s 22-acre outdoor surroundings. The exhibition reflects a wonderful spectrum of artist predispositions and goals, featuring works that integrate powerful narratives, techniques, and aesthetic appeal.
Artist Michelle Lougee’s work is “suggestively biomorphic and organic, belying the synthetic material she uses,” writes Pamela Reynolds.
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations Science for the Public, Belmont MA
Boston artists Susan Heideman and Michelle Lougee both offer a very creative view of natural forms – organisms, plants, minerals and micro to macro. They discuss their individual artistic approaches to Nature’s variety.
Professor Michelle Lougee’s sculptures make powerful statement against plastic.