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Exhibition Feature

Grimshaw-Gudewicz Gallery exhibit asks,
"How's Your Weather"


Linda Murphy

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FALL RIVER — Seven artists respond to climate change and sustainability in "How's Your Weather," a new exhibit opening Oct. 25 at Bristol Community College's Grimshaw-Gudewicz Gallery.

"Throughout the exhibition, you will see meditations on several recurring themes: how vulnerable all living creatures are, learning to pay attention, how we can repurpose ordinary materials in unexpected ways, and how to begin to take more responsibility for individual and collective choices," said gallery director Kathleen Hancock in a press release for the exhibit.

Each of the artists — Resa Blatman, Michele Fandel Bonner, Tom Deininger, Phyllis Ewen, Laura Petrovich-Cheney, Cristi Rinklin and Marita Torbick — interprets the global issue of climate change and sustainability in varying ways.

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Current Exhibition

How's Your Weather?


Artists Respond to Climate Change and Sustainability



Resa Blatman
Michèle Fandel Bonner
Tom Deininger
Phyllis Ewen
Laura Petrovich-Cheney
Cristi Rinklin
Marita Torbick

October 25 – December 7, 2018

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Artists often recycle or repurpose materials into works of art. We paint over old canvases, recycle fibers and paper to make new sheets of paper, reclaim wood, cast objects made of clay and then use the clay to make new sculptures that can be cast again. Regardless of the process, artists consistently extract all the usefulness out of the materials they use to make art objects. As a result, ideas about climate change and sustainability are a natural extension of the studio practice for some artists.

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