A curatorial exhibit featuring works by Christine Aaron, Beth Dary, Katherine Jackson, Michelle Lougee, Heidi Neilson, Melissa Potter, Maggie Puckett, Julia Poitras Santos, and Deanna Whitman
Featuring Stephanie Roberts-Camello, Betty Canick, Leslie Graff, Pamela Lawson, Michelle Lougee, and Carol Rabe
The distinctive work of Cambridge artist Michelle Lougee addresses the impact of our consumerist society on nature. Using recycled materials and repetition, Lougee creates sculptures depicting micro and macro life forms, which grant us a new look at our everyday world. Visit us throughout the week to watch the artist at work on an original site-specific piece.
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.