Exhibit Features Artwork of Alums
As part of their 40th class reunion celebration, several artists from the Smith College Class of 1961 have assembled an array of their work for a public exhibit through May 28 in the gallery of the Alumnae House at 33 Elm St. Gallery hours are Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. There is no admission charge and the gallery is wheelchair accessible.
The works on display range from watercolor, oil and acrylic paintings, to pottery and sculpture. A number of the artists majored in art while studying at Smith, taking classes from internationally known sculptor Leonard Baskin. Others developed their skills and interest in art later.
The artists participating in the exhibit are printmaker Susan Dry Boynton of Pottersville, N.J.; ceramic artist Susan Cohen of Alexandria, Va.; quilter Ann Lumpkin Sudduth, of Watertown, N.Y.; painters Judith Wright of Gloucester, Mass., Ellen Stutman of Cambridge, Mass., Varick Niles of Naples, Fla. and Joyce Sills of Delray Beach, Fla.; potter Marcia Hellman Halperin of Cambridge, Mass.; and printmaker and collage artist Carol Fisk Goldman of New York, N.Y.
For more information, visit the Alumnae Gallery Web site at www.smith.edu/alumnae/gallery or call Robin Feldman at (413) 585-2043.
Contact: Laurie Fenlason, email@example.com
April 11, 2001