Mid-June/July Virtual Art Exhibit at the Milton Public Library
There will be a wonderful new virtual art exhibit at the Milton Public Library’s website from June 16th through July 31st, 2020 by contemporary painter Michael Eder. Mr. Eder creates colorful, modern pieces which cover a range of interesting subjects.
This is what he says about his work: “These Waterfalls and Rivers series are metaphors for both the present and the historic past states of chaos in our communities. The destructiveness of water together with water as the source of life is the push and pull that has always drawn me to paint moving bodies of water. During our confinement, I’ve made continuous studies of the Neponset, especially by the falls. I’m learning about the stories of the Massachusett whose center was around the fresh and salt waters at the falls.”
Michael was born in Bogata, Columbia with an Argentine mother and an American father. Previously he worked in New Mexico, Banff, Canada, New Orleans, New York, and Maine. Since moving to Milton 20 years ago, I have had my studio in Fort Point and now in the South End. I teach art at Boston Collegiate Charter School and have since 1999.
Please go to the Milton Public Library website and click on “Explore” and then “Virtual Artist Gallery” from the main page to view this lovely display.
For more information about displaying your art at the Library, please contact Jean Hlady, Head of Adult Services/Reference, at [email protected].