Our House is on Fire features the work of four artists who are concerned about the ecological future of our country and planet. Judy Brodsky, Linda Dubin Garfield, Pamela Tudor, and Elsa Wachs create works that inspire discussion and concern about preserving the health and safety of our planet.
Artists are often inspired by nature and create art out of the outstanding natural beauty all around us. We are now at a critical juncture where we need to advocate for harnessing our imagination, wealth, and technology to make our communities and our country greener and healthier places to live for everyone. Recently the Supreme Court curtailed the powers of the EPA to protect the environment, no longer requiring the reductions in emissions that are urgently needed to limit global warming. What are we to do? We need clean air, clean water, clean energy, open spaces and a livable climate for ourselves and future generations. Artists are interpreting these catastrophic times using our visual language. Through our art, we strive to create an appreciation for natural beauty and a concern for its preservation.
Opening Reception: Thursday, February 15, 2024 |5 - 7pm