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Printmakers of Cape Cod  -  Juried Members Show
Juror: Daniel Embree

Daniel Embree completed an MFA in studio art from Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. He has also taught at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and Vermont Studio School. He works in many mediums including printmaking, painting, and performance
November 6, 2014 - January 4, 2015
Reception: November 13, 5:30 - 7 pm
Gallery Talks: TBA

Ann Guiliani: NATURE...an obsessive quest
November 13, 2014 - January 18, 2015
Reception: November 13, 5:30 - 7 pm

Gallery Talk: November 13, 4 pm
    AN ARTIST’S STATEMENT by Ann Guiliani:
I travel constantly between two places (Cape Cod and Florida).
But wherever I am, there is the Natural Landscape.
I try to “Catch the Moment.”
    In Florida, the Palms move in the wind and,( from my window,) there is a wonderous panorama of pine trees bordering a golf course.
On Cape Cod, the pine trees have a different and distinctive “feeling”.
In both environments, there are subtle variations in the effects of sun, water and wind. The Natural Landscape is forever in a state of Change and Transformation that I find awe inspiring.
    Through drawing or painting, I have found that there is a deeper truth beneath the surface. It is not about Illustration but more about Discovering Nature on a more personal or poetic level. I believe that there are spiritual and emotional undertones that are Universally connected to Life Experiences.
    This connection can be triggered by just the intricate overlaying of trees and branches that move in the wind or other times it is just the sky providing space between branches....the “Nothingness” that seems luminous, vibrant and significant. Through drawing, I obsessively try to find the “right and true” expression in the marks I make. I try to delve more deeply and find “myself.”
    “Nature..the obsessive quest” is an attempt to show the many layers of experiencing Nature on a personal level. The quest of finding the importance of something invites exploration and experimentation. When I look back over the years, I have found that no matter how things have changed, they remain the same. So I have included two pieces from an earlier era that illustrate the continuity of thought and perhaps the growth and development of an obsessive engagement with Nature.
Image" "Reaching Out"

Recent Gifts
November 28 –January 11, 2015
Reception: December 4, 5:30 - 7 pm
This exhibition will showcase selected artworks acquired by the museum for it's permanent collection. Check back for more information as exhibition approaches.




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