Since our opening on June 7th, I have given a number private tours of the exhibition, Art on the Trails: Finding Solace in the Woods. Whether the participants are artists, poets, or art-interested folks, I have received wonderful feedback. More than anything, I love the surprise […]
at Beals Preserve in Southborough, Massachusetts
For many months, we have been working diligently to create a special experience at Beals Preserve. Since the first Art on the Trails exhibition four years ago was much less organized, this year I put a lot into raising the bar on the project. I did […]
Saturday, the third day of installations for Art on the Trails began with Bill Cohn building four cairn on the Hemlock trail. These sculptures were made from rock and ceramic castings of rocks threaded onto lightening rods. At first glance, all of the parts look like […]
On Friday, during a respite from the many weeks of spring rain, the second phase of installations took place at Beals Preserve. The busy day included Hadley Horner wrapping trees with colorful yarn and building Spheres in the upper meadow. Lydia Musco, with the help of her […]
Today started the installation process for Art on the Trails 2017. This morning, Linda Hoffman and her farming assistant Kevin Smith came to install Tree Harp. After watching the sun and figuring how much light would shine on the beautiful gilded surface, Linda and Kevin […]
We are pleased to announce artists chosen for Finding Solace in the Woods juried exhibition. The juror chose work from many excellent submissions based on: 1. Intention: How does this work respond to the theme? 2. Execution: Is this work appropriate for outdoor installation? 3. […]
Two guided site walks were held in early April with Juror Mary Tinti and Program Director Catherine Weber. In addition to having great attendance from regional artists, Jane Gordon, Southborough resident and Community Advocate writer attended. Her resulting article drew additional attention for the project.