• Paintings Inspired by Colombia’s Indigenous Peoples

11/9/2006

Works from painter Rick Harlow, inspired from his frequent visits to Columbia, are on exhibit at the main gallery of the New England School of Art and Design through Dec.15. Harlow founded and for a number of years managed a papermaking business with Colombia’s indigenous peoples. He also has become involved in their rituals and shamanism. These are the resources for the large paintings on display. Recently a film featuring the artist premiered in Holland.

Images of September 11 caregivers

The Project Space presents a number of images from a book published by artist Barry Goldstein. Goldstein became involved with and has made riveting portraits of a number of medical interns who performed triage and after care following the 9/11 attack on Lower Manhattan. The artist has followed their experiences since then and offers poignant insights on their harrowing experiences.

Both artists work in North Adams, Mass. Their work is on display through Dec.15, 2006.


The New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University
75 Arlington Street, Boston
617-573-8785

Gallery hours: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Friday
noon-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday

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