ART ON THE TRAILS 2018: UNEXPECTED GESTURES
Art on the Trails 2018: Unexpected Gestures has closed for the year. The hghly attended event, planned and coordinated by Southborough Artist Catherine Weber in collaboration with the Southborough Open Land Foundation, was open from June 13 to September 23, 2018 at the Elaine and Philip Beals Preserve, Southborough, Massachusetts. The 2018 theme focused on how does it feel to encounter art in an unexpected place? How does that gesture change your experience of nature? This exhibition offered artists the opportunity to install site-specific work in a natural environment that surprised and delighted the hundreds of visitors at Beals Preserve for four months in 2018.
Plans are already underway for Art on the Trails 2019. Stay tuned.
Art on the Trails 2017: Finding Solace in the Woods was highly attended and praised. Here is a short clip of the closing ceremony on September 24, 2017.
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