CCMoA New Exhibits

“Vision 2021: Found, Formed, Fused,” an exhibit of New England artists working in unusual media, is on view at the Cape Cod Museum of Art through November 14.

The Cape Cod Museum of Art is presenting the new exhibit “Vision 2021: Found, Formed, Fused,” on view at the museum through November 14.

The exhibition features art by nine nationally known New England artists who have created works in diverse and surprising media including fiber, found objects, cast rubber and plastic, with their expressive vision resulting in both beautiful and challenging forms.

Sea creatures emerge from recycled plastic bags, stones and shadows dance across a wall integrating shadow as medium. Cast rubber becomes a colorful luminous totem. The objects marry craft with fine art, defying boundaries and traditional categories. 

Deborah Pressman and Cecilia Rossey, members of the museum’s exhibition committee, co-curated the show. Their vision was to design a space of sculptural forms that would draw the viewer into the gallery and invite them to meander through it organically.

Vision 2021 includes the works of  Josephine Burr, Michelle Lougee, Mo Kelman, Niho Kozuru, Christine Kyle, Lois Russell, Warren Seelig, Joyce Schutter and Erin Woodbrey.

An opening reception for “Vision 2021: Found, Formed, Fused” will take place at the museum on Saturday, September 25, from 5:30 to 7:30 PM. Reservations are requested for the opening and can be made through the museum’s website.

The Cape Cod Museum of Art is at 60 Hope Lane in Dennis.

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