This Thanksgiving I give thanks to Mary Frank because she makes me keep thinking about art, including hers. She makes me want to give time to the surprising, sustaining gifts of art. She makes me want to share my view of what an artist like Mary Frank has done and can do.
For now I’ll share with
- a slide show from a visit to her bronze sculpture “Presence” first conceived in clay at least three decades ago
- a few of her photos created recently with collaged materials, from an exhibit ending all too soon at Gallery Kayafas in Boston
- a list of links, including articles and videos, that give a sense of the continuing creative life of Mary Frank, born in 1933.
Each section ends with a question, inviting your comments about Mary Frank’s work.
Slideshow of time with “Presence” on an October afternoon in Hamilton Hall Courtyard, Harvard Business School
Do you have experiences, stories, or photos related to “Presence?” Please comment.
Photos from Mary Frank, Today is Yesterday’s Tomorrow exhibit at Gallery Kayafas, October 23-November 28, 2015
Myths, velocity, shadows evoked in local galleries review by Cate McQuaid in Boston Globe Nov. 10, 2015
Do you have observations, feelings, or questions about this Boston exhibit or other exhibits of Mary Frank’s work? Please comment.
Links to Resources about Mary Frank
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