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Human/Nature asks artists to reflect on the ways people impact the natural environment. What expected and unexpected relationships exist between our communities and the changing environment? What would it look like to modify the way we live in order to lessen the damage that our impact causes to the planet? This exhibition seeks to provide a space for artists and patrons to reflect on and share their relationship with caring for our rapidly changing environment and challenge our diverse community to think critically about the climate through art.

Read our press release for Human/Nature here.

Nathalie Miebach

Opening Reception
February 17, 5:30-7:30 pm

Closing Reception
Earth Day, April 22, 5:30-7:30 pm

Exhibiting Artists
Lisa Blankespoor, Terry Boutelle, Nancy Crasco, Brad DeFrees, Ann Forbush, Alissa Gillis, Tristan Govignon, Sandy Gregg, , Amanda Hill, Jess Holz, Eurhi Jones, Cynthia Kennelly, Madeline Lee, Karen Lee Sobol, C. J. Lori, George Lorio, Rebecca McGee Tuck, Evan Morse, Emily Mulvaney, Marin Murakoshi, Anastasia O'Melveny, Paula Pitman Brown, Claudia Ravaschiere, Etta Rosen, Barbara Rugg Diehl, Nan Rumpf, Emily Schnellbacher Bean, Erika Schwarz, Mark Shastany, Pamela Sloan, Ellen Solari, Jeff Stauder, Sophy Tuttle, Sharon Whitham

Featured image
Claudia Ravaschiere, Submerged


Made possible by the generous 2020 support of

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February 14 - April 22, 2022
Thomas A. Pannesi Lobby (1st Floor), Watertown Saving Bank Gallery (2nd Floor)