Sculptor talks about art
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“Windrush ll,” made of redwood and mahogany, by Paul Bowen. Sculpture is located at the Cape Museum of Fine Art in Dennis, MA.
“Windrush ll,” made of redwood and mahogany, by Paul Bowen. Sculpture is located at the Cape Museum of Fine Art in Dennis, MA.
BRATTLEBORO- Welsh-born sculptor Paul Bowen will be giving an art talk at 118 Elliot on Friday, March 24, 6 to 7:30 pm. Bowen will be introduced by curator and gallery director Lisa C. Mendelsund and will give a slide talk about his 40-year career. He also will briefly talk about a selection of objects from his collection. This presentation offers a unique glimpse into Bowen’s creative process.

Bowen, a resident of southern Vermont, is represented in public and private collections in the United States and abroad including the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Fogg Art Museum, the Walker Art Institute in Minneapolis, and elsewhere. He has received numerous grants including from the Pollock Krasner Foundation, the Gottlieb Foundation, and Artists’ Resource Trust. His work is represented by the Albert Merola Gallery in Provincetown, MA, and Garvey Rita Art in West Hartford, CT.

There is a $10 admission charge. The talk will be followed by an open conversation.

For more information email or, or call (802) 257-2757.
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