Work by Hampshire College art professors Andrea Dezsö and William Brayton will be exhibited in the 2012 Amherst Biennial.
The Amherst Biennial: Art in Expected and Unexpected Places runs from October 6 through November 30. Some of the finest artwork created in the past two years in western Massachusetts will be on display throughout the town of Amherst.
A mixed media piece by Professor Dezsö, Tides I, will be on display at Hope and Feathers Gallery on Main Street.
Professor Brayton’s sculpture, Encounter, will stand on the lawn of the Lord Jeffrey Inn.
The Hampshire campus is the site of two other Biennial art installations:
Peter Kraszenkewicz of Deerfield created The Little White House Project: Dwell in Possibility. Little houses made from sustainably harvested wood and bearing lines from Emily Dickinson poems will be nestled near trees along the entrance to campus.
Coils 16 is a sculptural installation by Matt Evald Johnson of Easthampton. It is made of forged and fabricated steel, and will be on display near the admissions office.
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