Art and Nature: A Special Exhibit
Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations August 28, 2018 Belmont Media Center, Belmont MA
Boston artists Susan Heideman and Michelle Lougee both offer a very creative view of natural forms --organisms, plants, minerals and micro to macro. They discuss their individual artistic approaches to Nature's variety, which are currently on display at the Maud Morgan Arts Chandler Gallery in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Heideman and Lougee also describe some similarities in the way that artists and scientists look at Nature. Both artists are motivated by concern for the environment and the structural beauty of natural forms. Their commitment is reflected in their respective artistic projects.
- Michelle Lougee on WBUR The ARTery: Crocheting Plastic Into Sculpture, A Cambridge Artist Calls For Environmental Action
- Susan Heideman: Smith College exhibit Animalmineralvegetable
- Michelle Lougee: Factory Mark exhibit Cells' began as a kind of ‘clay journal
- Susan Heideman: Simmons College exhibit Surface Tension