By Boston Sculptor Jessica Straus
Michelle Lougee’s “Octoplus” hangs in the entryway and leads the viewers into the exhibition and her “Dinoflagellete” holds the platform space visible from Euclid Ave:
|Michelle Lougee "Octoplus"|
|Michelle Lougee "Dinoflagellate"|
These works were all in the “Euclid Gallery”:
|Marilu Swett "Blue Whale Heart"||(top half)|
Marilu’s niece, Caroline, and her friend, Piper came to help collect heartbeats during the reception. They are both Oberlin students and doing summer intern work in the area—lucky Marilu!
Up in the Main Gallery:
|Jessica Straus "Widgets"|
|Peter DeCamp Haines "Migration"|
and Andy Zimmermann’s hard-to-photograph, but amazing, AMBITIOUS installation:
Julie’s work is in the main gallery too—sorry—I guess I only got those earlier shots with the ladders.
We all gave little talks about our work at the opening reception: