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This Month’s Art Exhibits

January, 2020


Into the Light: The Beauty of Nature by Laurie Leavitt
Laurie captures the beauty found in the patterns of nature, which provide endless subject matter. Her landscapes reflect the changes in the times of day and the times of year. Whether it is the stark winter scene warmed by the glowing red light of dusk, or looking up at birches converging in the sky, Laurie captures images and transforms them through her oil paintings, mixed media and woodcuts.


Homage to Nature: African lions & local Birds by Paul Hsi
Through this collection of photos composed of African wildlife and native North American birds, Paul wishes to share the striking beauty and grandeur of these creatures and their surroundings, and to call upon us all to remember the danger they face, every day and every hour, if we do not act or act too late. A computer engineer working at MIT’s Kavli Institute of Astrophysics, Paul also photographs ballet, architecture, portraits, and by special agreement, weddings.



The Book as Art  by Ania Gilmore
While studying design and printmaking, Gilmore discovered a passion for Book Arts. “In my work, I explore the book itself, the boundaries between the form and the content.” Her portfolio includes works on paper, artist books, fiber art and mixed-media. An award winning artist, her works are in public and private collections around the world.