Camille Drury ’19 recently painted human organs on campus trees for an installation art project entitled Our Organs. Her work illustrates the lungs, uterus, and heart on the trees with acrylic paint to symbolize the connection between human life and the natural world.
The box project has been a staple in Carter Sio’s ’76 Beginning Woodworking and Design course for over thirty years. The cardinal rule? No power tools allowed. Since 1984, students have been learning to construct these boxes using only hand tools.
A hanging wall shelf, created by George School woodworking and design teacher, Carter Sio ’76, is part of the Works in Wood show hosted by New Hope Arts Center. This annual juried exhibition celebrates the woodwork tradition of Bucks County, and runs through Sunday, January 7, 2018.
“Breast Forms Permutated” by Martha Wilson ’65 is on display through January 14, 2018, at Met Breuer, The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s contemporary art outpost located at 945 Madison Avenue in New York City. The work is included in the “Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason, 1950-1980” exhibition.
Amedeo Salamoni, ceramics and sculpture teacher, will display his latest collection of containers in the Class of 1956 Gallery in Mollie Dodd Anderson Library, starting Monday, December 4. His gallery talk and reception is planned for Thursday, January 4, 2018, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.