Crocheting Plastic Into Sculpture, A Cambridge Artist Calls For Environmental Action
Artist Michelle Lougee’s work is “suggestively biomorphic and organic, belying the synthetic material she uses,” writes Pamela Reynolds.
Art and Nature: A Special Exhibit
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.
Inspired by an ocean of trash
Professor Michelle Lougee’s sculptures make powerful statement against plastic.
Environmental artist makes a statement with crocheted plastic sculptures
An interview with Lesley University faculty and Cambridge-based artist Michelle Lougee about her sculpture made from post-consumer plastic bags.
@ Vernon Street Studios
Open Studios - Fall 2018 Dec 1 - Dec 2, 12–6pm
6 Vernon St #19, Somerville, MA
@ Cambridge Art Association
Art, Grief, and the Land Jan 8 - Feb 2, 2019
Reception: Friday, Feb 11, 6–8pm
Opp♥sites Attract Jan 30 - Feb 24
SOWA First Friday Reception: Feb 1, 5–8pm
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