June 21 – September 12, 2022
Online Panel Discussion - 19 July, 2022 7pm Eastern
Online Panel Discussion - 10 August, 2022 7pm Eastern
Artist Reception - 14 August, 2022 4 to 6pm
How does X mark a spot? How do we navigate our own surroundings? At what point do we walk, run or fall? Vantage Point seeks to illuminate our vision and create a point of contact to the land. This collection of images brings us together with a view of not just data points on a map, but locations of meaning, of remembrance, of identity.
Miriam Webster defines a vantage point as a position or standpoint from which something is viewed or considered especially a point of view. These sixty artists bring us sixty unique points of view.
Artists featured in alphabetical order –
Silvana Agostoni, Eliot Allen, Laurel Anderson, Susan Annable, Jan Arrigo, Julia Arstorp, Peter Balentine, Robin Boger, Rachel Boillot, Adele Quartley Brown, Linda Bryan, Ron Butler, Cynthia Clark, Jeff Corwin, Alexa Cushing, Angela Douglas Ramsey, Sean Du, Dena Eber, Dean Forbes, Erik Gehring, Paul Gilmore, Carole Glauber, Bob Greene, Diana Gubbay, Maureen Haldeman, Charles Haynes, John Heymann, Bill Hickey, Sandy Hill, Al Hiltz, Mark Indig, Matthew Kamholtz, Robbie Kaye, Cindy Konits, Teresa Kruszewski, Jaimie Ladysh, Catherine LeComte, Susan Lirakis, Joan Lobis Brown, Joni Lohr, Bruce Magnuson, Margaret McCarthy, Natalie McGuire, Howard Meister, Olga Merrill, Janet Milhomme, Doris Mitsch, Judith Montminy, Yuxiao Mu, Hank Paper, Wandy Pascoal, Ric Pontes, John Rich, Lydia Rogers, Katya Rosenzweig, Leann Shamash, Rakesh Sikder, Joshua Tann, Robin Venturelli, Dan Weingrod, Marjorie Wolfe and Holly Worthington