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Art Talk Series with Jane Oneail

Sponsored by the

Friends of the Maynard Public Library

The Landscape as Canvas: Earth Art

Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Watch the video recording here.

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In the 1960s and 70s, artists like Robert Smithson, Nancy Holt, and Ana Mendietta began the revolutionary practice of making art using materials from the natural world. Learn more about the inspiration for the movement and get insight into the works of several leading artists, including Andy Goldsworthy.

 

Sponsored by the Randall Library Friends Association and the Friends of the Maynard Public Library

Previous Talks

Keith Haring: AIDS, Advocacy and Art

Monday, June 13, 2022

Watch here.

 

Faith Ringgold: Quilts, Paintings, and Politics

February 28, 2022

Watch here

The Wyeths: An American Artistic Dynasty

December 1, 2021 

Watch here

Bending Towards Justice: African Americans as

Subject and Creators in American Art

February 2, 2021 

Watch here

Norman Rockwell:

Inclusion, Exclusion, and Evolving

Views on Race

July 28, 2020 

Watch here

Parisian Cafes and Impressionist Painting

 

August 18, 2020

Watch here

Edward Hopper: Sunlight and Solitude

 

September 29, 2020  

Watch here

John Singer Sargent: Master with a Brush

 

October 13, 2020

Watch here

Away in a Manger: The Nativity in Art from the Renaissance to Modern Day

December 15, 2020 

Watch here

Jane Oneail curates and delivers art programs to audiences throughout New England. Jane holds a Master’s in Art History from Boston University and a Master’s in Education from Harvard University. She has taught Art History at the college level for a decade and has worked at several New England museums including the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Currier Museum of Art.