Works by Yvette Drury Dubinsky at SEA Space, 8/22/14 – 9/28/14
The Center for Coastal Studies is pleased to announce a new installation of works on paper by Yvette Drury Dubinsky at SEA Space, 333R Commercial Street (behind the Squealing Pig). The exhibition will be open Friday – Sunday from 3 – 7 pm through September.
Yvette Drury Dubinsky has exhibited her work widely throughout the US and France. She received her B.A, M.A and M.F.A from Washington University in Saint Louis (Now Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts) and has also studied at the Art Institute of Chicago, Santa Reparata Print Studio in Florence, The Maine Photographic Workshop, and The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Of her new, as yet unnamed exhibit, Dubinsky says, “Immersing the viewer/participant in seas of turbulent blue encourages empathy for the oceans and the spectacular life within them. As the earth warms, and as we continue to add detritus to the mix, the consequences put that life, as well as our own, at risk.”
SEA Space, which features exhibitions curated by internationally recognized artist Dorothy Palanza for the Center for Coastal Studies, is dedicated to showing works that inspire a passion for Science, the Environment and Art.
To learn more about Dubinsky’s work, please visit www.yddstudio.com.