I am extremely pleased to become a lending artist of DeCordova Museum’s Corporate Loan Program. DeCordova Museum was the first museum I visited regularly as a child with my family. In my twenties, I took night classes in figure drawing for several years at the museum’s school. The main building is high on a wooded hill overlooking pristine Sandy Pond, a near neighbor of Walden Pond. A former private mansion, the house is designed with ivy covered round brick towers surrounding the original main entrance. The location of the entrance has changed several times since the 1960s. After delivering my artwork I took a walk around and remembered many years of encountering this magical place full of strange delights. I’m proud to have my artwork included in DeCordova’s mission to place art where people work. Thank you to the terrific folks who run the program!
Artists interested in applying can read about the program here.