Leonore Alaniz

Attar Mellea

Corina Barrett

Anne Beresford

Jean Bergstrom

Olivia Bernard

Rema Boscov

Carole DeSanti

Rosie Dinsmore

Nancy Emond

Marilyn London-Ewing

Alice E Field

First Mountain Design

Leslie Fisette

Joy Friedman

Bess Hepner

Bob Hepner

Rhoda Juels

Ron Juels

Carole King

Parmatma Khalsa

SiriNamSingh Khalsa

Corinne Larsen

Chris Nelson

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&Anne Louise White

Holly Lynton

Susan Mareneck

Louise Minks

Susan Mulholland

Don Ogden

William Rathbun

John Rathbun

Janine Roberts

Paul Root

Laureen Shea

Sue Swartz

Macaylla Silver

Elsje Sturtevant

Cynthia Thomas

Betty Thurston

Susan Valentine

Kerry Alisa Young

Ruth West


Rema Boscov

Rema Boscov

I am all about connection with the natural world. My pastels are generally done on site or are derived from time I spend in nature. Nature provides the impetus for my songs and poems, some of which are in the poetry boxes placed on Leverett's trails. Nature is my biological and spiritual comfort zone.

I care greatly about conserving land. I'm currently using my skill as a former journalist to write for the Franklin Land Trust. I walk with donors who have placed Conservation Restrictions on land to preserve it. I hear their stories and the stories connected with their land, and then write profiles about them, which the land trust will put on their website. This hearkens back to work I began more than a decade ago as an artist-in-residence in three national parks, meeting with people who lived in the parks, going with them to the places they considered most meaningful to them, and writing and creating visual art to honor those connections. It saddens me that our culture, so hurried and technically-oriented, has deprived itself of what was once a constant association with nature. I believe that such a disconnect is a source of physical, mental and spiritual malaise. My purpose, in all my work, is to celebrate nature, to call attention to its beauty and power, and to encourage people to experience the natural world in ways they most enjoy.

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