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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. This year the Illuminations program is celebrating its 15th year of operation.
Jane Coder's artwork is driven by color and inspired by the world around her.
Deborah Dendler enjoys working with materials like terra cotta that have been used for thousands of years.
In Shelly Eager's peaceful painting, "La Casa di Lucca", she encourages viewers to find the extraordinary within the ordinary.
Roseann Eliseo's "Freedom" is one of many photos she took on her commute to work and sent daily to her sisters and friends.
Any car lover can relate to Robert Hager's charming rendering of a man, a car, and the Cape.
Paula Herman began first as a photographer and she describes her current painting technique as being informed by her "photographer's eye".
Jim Kociuba's work is inspired by "Komorebi", a Japanese word which describes the way sunlight filters through tree leaves.
Lori Lander is drawn to the special grace and dignity of women across the world as they attend to the rhythms of daily life.
Serenity can be found in Joe Reardon's scenic photograph, overlooking the Amalfi coast.
In this watercolor, Anne Recchia captures a dramatic view of the Grand Canyon.
In Lynne Schulte's painting, an array of sunflowers seem to greet the day.
In Joe Statska's "Unsleeping" series, he captures images at unusual times of day.
Beatriz Grayson (fiber art pictured) and her class are displaying a group show with us, where each fiber artist interpreted the topic "Talking Birds".
Garrow Throop photographs dramatic vistas all over the world, this one being in Patagonia.
Betsy Wish invites us to appreciate the details of a flower in her well executed close-up shot.
This photograph, taken by Ron Wybranwoski, almost seems to take on abstract painterly qualities as the blue water shapes mingle with the orange and green leaves.
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