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January 2020

RING: Boston Sculptors Annual Members’ Group Exhibition

January 29 - February 23

The Boston Sculptors Gallery presents RING, our annual members group exhibition. “Always a crowd pleaser, this year’s theme circles around the concept of ‘ring,’” explains Director Almitra Stanley. “Featuring the diverse talents of our 36 sculptors, the exhibition offers innovative, engaging and affordable work in myriad styles and media. A ring is an abstraction, a circle, the most quintessential archetypal form. Yet its connotations are as profound as geometry, metaphysics, and infinity, while simultaneously as mundane as a gasket, a…

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February 2020

Ellen Schön: (Re)Generation at BSG

February 26 - March 29

Ellen Schön’s solo exhibition (Re)Generation features a new series of ceramic totems. Originally inspired by her daughter’s pregnancy, the series evolved during the artist’s residency at the Guldagergaard International Ceramics Research Center in Skaelskor, Denmark. Schön’s practice has embraced the capacity of ceramic vessels to evoke the gesture and stance of the human figure. Now departing from the vessel tradition (though indebted to it), these totems simultaneously explore the limits of abstraction, express contemporary feminist sensibilities, and reference archaic fertility…

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Andy Zimmermann: Sailing to the Edge at BSG

February 26 - March 29

In his solo exhibition Sailing to the Edge, Zimmermann explores translucent materials in his sculpture, embracing their subtle ability to filter light and images. His interest in re-using and recycling materials led him to arrive at used, weathered sails as a primary material. While sailing with his brother Barney in Narragansett Bay, Zimmermann became intrigued with the various types of fabric, with different optical qualities, that are used to make sails for the boats. Mylar and Dacron can be translucent…

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