2015 was an especially eventful year for the artist, who shows her work at Bridgette Mayer Gallery. Rutstein, whose work is inspired by science and the natural world, spent 6 weeks last summer as an Artist at Sea, painting and working with scientists mapping the ocean floor on Robert Ballard’s ship, The Nautilus. This year, she also completed her first public art piece, “Sky Terrain,” at 11th and Montgomery on the Temple University Campus.Read More
Enter Bridgette Mayer Gallery–a space well known for its contemporary displays of landscape, photography, and the modern medium–and home to Experience of Place. The current exhibition highlights the works of Eileen Neff and Sharon Harper (Bridgette Mayer veterans), Jessica Backues, Michael Eastman, and Brea Souders, and creates a dialogue between five different artists translating their vision of place.Read More
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