Upcoming Exhibitions

Printmakers of Cape Cod Members Juried Exhibition
August 19 - December 12

All prints in this exhibition have been inspired by specific locations within the
Dennis Conservation Trust Landholdings

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Read a review of the book in Cape Cod Arts

Based on the book by the same name, this exhibition presents the work of six artists/beachcombers connected to Provincetown and each other who have collected treasures from the beaches of Provincetown and used them for inspiration in making their art. Some of the collections will be on display, as well.

 

The artists: 

• Amy Heller

• Gail Browne

• Judith Berkowitz

• Betty Bodian

• Varujan Boghosian  

• Paul Bowen

LOST AND FOUND:
TIME, TIDE, AND TREASURES

October 7 -January 2, 2022

Vision 20/21:

Found, Formed, Fused

August 19 - November 14, 2021

More and more frequently, artists use a wide variety of material – some quite unusual, like plastic bags, stones and twigs – in their works. “Vision 2020: Found, Formed, Fused,” opening August 19 at the Cape Cod Museum of Art in Dennis, features nine New England artists who have created two- and three-dimensional work featuring mostly non-traditional material.

 

Co-curated by Deborah Pressman and Cecilia Rossey, the exhibition explores the transformation of pedestrian materials into surprising, inspiring and sculptural objects. Pressman regards artists in the exhibition as “immensely curious and fearless – it is about taking risks, going beyond paint, canvas or bronze to explore new ways of aesthetic and meaningful expressions,” she says. Consider Cambridge artist Michelle Lougee who crochets throwaway plastic bags into biomorphic objects, often sea creatures. In this way, Lougee expresses her commitment to the environment.

 

The installation of this exhibition at the museum enhances the total space as the works move around the perimeter and are interposed in the central area to sensually redefine the structure of the gallery and provide a holistic visual experience.

Image: Michelle Lougee, Trace