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Our latest exhibition for the Illuminations program, including examples of work by each featured artist.
Illuminations is a rotating art exhibit housed in the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center and many of its affiliate locations. The exhibit is intended to offer enlightenment and encouragement to patients, families, staff and friends of the Cancer Center as they receive care, provide care, or accompany loved ones. Illuminations has transformed generic waiting areas into a virtual art gallery of revolving exhibits that feature works by numerous regional and national artists. The work of several artists, representing various media, is on display for four months at a time.
Cynthia Brody's paintings evoke both the beauty and the complex experience of women
For this show at Mass General, Robert Cashin is sharing a series of photos from Key West, one of his favorite places!
Marcia Cooper likes to paint the quiet moments in serene surroundings. These "Cool Kayakers" certainly seem to be enjoying themselves!
If Gail Dwyer's art quilt reminds you of the sun, you're right! The name of the piece is "Awaken." Gail complements her stitched sun with a collection of traditional patchwork squares, playfully assembled.
A lifelong artist, Christine Gauthier-Kelley found freedom when she discovered silk. This silk piece is painted in a batik type style. Christine finds inspiration from Hubble Telescope images.
Ellen Ryder Griffin shoots outdoor photos, on the North Shore of Boston, where she grew up, and in New Hampshire, where she lives now. MGH hikers may recognize this view, captured from an unusual angle.
Ricardo Maldonado enjoys the challenge of painting outdoor scenes. He is interested in capturing the changes of light and color that occur in different seasons and at different times of day.
Sanjeev Nandan is a self-taught artist who infuses his imagination into real life subjects. His love for color is apparent!
Sidhartha Pani uses bright colors and a textural quality to bring simplified shapes to life.
Edward Rice captures the beauty of nature with his watercolors and invites viewers to enjoy quiet reflection.
This view of the Zakim Bridge by Stephen Shapiro conjures up the excitement of approaching Boston at night.
Susan Spellman seems to effortlessly capture movement in her portrait of Judith Jameson.
Betsy Wish loves to capture reflections. In this photograph, the yellow dinghy also perfectly reflects the colors of Fall.
Ron Wybranowki would like to encourage people to slow down and appreciate the beauty and magic of the world around us. Take a moment, now, to enjoy his photograph, Aspen Grove at Kebler Pass!
Jonathan Zuker's "Hanging in Together" is loaded with energy and bold brush strokes!
Cynthia BrodyRobert CashinMarcia CooperGail DwyerChristine Gauthier-KelleyEllen Ryder GriffinLeslie HeffronRicardo MaldonadoSanjeev NandanSidhartha PaniEdward G. RiceStephen ShapiroSusan SpellmanBetsy WishRon WybranowskiJonathan Zuker
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