(Images from Studios Without Walls: 2002)


A view of the pond with sculpture by Peter Lipsitt in foreground, Muriel Angelil's work floating in the pond, Bill Wainwright's wind sculpture at left, and Myrna Balk's work in the distance.

Studios Without Walls: 2003
an exhibition of outdoor installations
at Allandale Farm

2003 Brookline Sculptors @ Allandale Farm
May 17-18, 2002

noon to 5 p.m.


Set among the greenhouses, fields, farm stand, tractors, and reapers of Allandale Farm, the oldest continuously working farm in Boston, twelve Brookline sculptors invite you to "Studios Without Walls," an exhibition of outdoor site-specific installations in media ranging from steel to paper.


 


Participating artists:

Muriel Angelil, Myrna Balk,
Louise Farrell, Janet Hansen Kawada,
Wendy Hoo, Bette Ann Libby,
Janna Longacre, Peter Lipsitt,
Elizabeth Michelman,
Joan Schwartz,Barbara Vogelsang,
Bill Wainwright, and Jim Wright


 

Joan Schwartz
"The Peace Tree Project."

 


Wendy Hoo



Louise Farrell


Peter Lipsitt


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This program is supported in part by a grant from the Brookline Council for the Arts and Humanities, a local agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

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