Danforth Museum of Art

Framingham, MA

508-620-0050



 

Beyond a View: The Landscape Drawings of Teri Malo

 

"Beyond a View: The Landscape Drawings of Teri Malo," on exhibit through November 7, 1999 is comprised of nearly 40 drawings and monotype/drawings, selected poems, a catalogue with an introduction by Leah Lipton and an essay introducing New England's geological history by Dr. A. N.. Genes of the University of Massachusetts at Boston. The subject of the drawings includes geology, botany, environmental history, and shoreline conditions.

left: "Humpback," Charcoal and Graphite Drawing; right: "But No Air Stirs," Graphite and Charcoal Drawing

The goal of the exhibition is to create a springboard for learning and a dialogue between the arts, humanities and sciences in concert with local public school curriculums. Guest speakers, panelists, consultants to the exhibition include: Dr. Anthony N. Penna, Environmental Historian, Chairman, Department of History, Northeastern University; Dr. Janet Duncan, Dept. of Earth and Geographic Sciences, UMass/Boston; Dr. A. N. Genes, Dept. of Earth and Geographic Sciences, UMass/Boston; Jaqueline Malone, Poet; Leah Lipton, Professor Emeritus, Art History Department, Framingham State College; Allan Palmer Sosei, Tea Master, Urasenke School; Barbara Hollerorth, Unitarian Minister, certified therapist. (left: On My Old Mountain, charcoal and graphite drawing, 16 x 24 inches)

Images and text courtesy of Teri Malo.

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Danforth Museum of Art is located at123 Union Avenue, Framingham, MA 01702.Gallery hours are Wednesday - Sunday: 12 noon - 5 p.m. Closed in 1999 Nov. 25 and Dec 25; closed Jan 1, 2000. Admission charge. (information as of 10/99)

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