March / April 2015

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Contents

Volume 36, Issue 2

FEATURES

Courting the Young Patrons
By Elizabeth Devlin
Waning participation and aging patrons jeopardize the arts ecosystem.
Thus, institutions are nurturing the next generation of philanthropists
and collectors.

Beyond City Hall
By Debbie Hagan
For famed architect Michael McKinnell, the link between art
and architecture is obvious. “It’s all art. It’s a way of life.”

Age of the Modern Home
By Marisa Angell Brown
New England’s modern house museums experience a surge of interest.

COLUMNS

Letters

FlashPoints

Gallery FlashPoints

Connecticut Studio Visit
Karen Dow and Christopher Mir
By Andres Azucena Verzosa

Rhode Island Studio Visit
James Montford
By Alexander Castro

Photography
Maine’s Year of Photographic Arts
By Carl Little

Public Art
Pyramid Afloat
By Susan Boulanger

Why I Love This Painting
Portland’s Contemporary Baroque
By Debbie Hagan

Book Review
David Hilliard: What Could Be
By Susan Rand Brown

Education
Sparc! Ignites Creativity
By Susan Mulski

Sculpture
Providence Opens
One Mile of Sculpture
By Alexander Castro

REVIEWS & PREVIEWS

SPOTLIGHT

Origami Interpretations: Artwork by Gloria Garfinkel; Above the Fold:
New Expressions in Origami at Springfield Museums by Carand Burnet

 

CONNECTICUT

Paul Anthony Smith: Fruit Within Reach; Joy Mckinney: The Guardian at Real Art Ways
by Susan Rand Brown

Deliverance at Brant Foundation Art Study Center by Christian Holland

MAINE

Damir Porobic: Memory Prints at PhoPa Gallery by Carl Little

Diane Bowie Zaitlin at Maine Jewish Museum by Carl Little

MASSACHUSETTS

Free Fall at McCoy Gallery by Debbie Hagan

Kaleidoscope at Belmont Gallery of Art by Debbie Hagan

NEW HAMPSHIRE

The Physicality of Color
at Museum of Art, University of New Hampshire
by Christopher Volpe

The Center and the Edge at Edwards Art Gallery, Holderness School by Christopher Volpe

RHODE ISLAND

Explored and Envisioned at The Vets Gallery by Alexander Castro

How Full is the Picture? at Hunter Gallery, St. George’s School by Alexander Castro

VERMONT

Portraits Expanded at Brattleboro Museum and Art Center by Arlene Distler

Kodachrome Memory: American Pictures 1972–1990 at Shelburne Museum’s Pizzagalli Center for Art & Education by Ric Kasini Kadour

IN THIS ISSUE:

Calendar
Destination: Southern Vermont
Artist Directory
Guide to Schools and Workshops
Art Guide
Exhibition Listings
Classifieds
Art Seen

ON THE COVER:

Lauryn Welch, Camouflage for the Colorblind 6, 2012, photographic self-portrait with acrylic body paint and textile backdrop, 36 x 36″. Recently on view during the first phase of Portraits, Expanded at the Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, Brattleboro, VT. See page 73 for a review of the artists currently on display.



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