Waves: An Entanglement of Art and Science
I was at the first Earth Day! As sixth graders at P.S. 20 in the lower east side of Manhattan, we had a class project to study pollution. To our delight, we made art out of garbage. At the earth day gathering we held up our home-made signs raising our voices to protect mother earth. It was a profound experience for us.
Fast forward to now, I am honored to be part of a collaboration of artists and scientists as we raise our voices again.
October 13-30th, 2023
October 13th, 2023 - 5–7pm
AVRAM FINE ARTS GALLERY • FINE ARTS BUILDING
Avram Gallery at the Stony Brook Southampton campus.
Stony Brook Southampton
39 Tuckahoe RoadSouthampton, NY 11968
Gallery will be open beginning Friday, October 13, 2023 & continuously Monday-Wednesday & Friday from 2pm - 5pm until October 31
The Art Gallery is in the fine arts building. Directions are for the theater which will get you to the art gallery.
Contact for more information curator:
For an accessibility-related accommodation call (631) 632-6873
“The exhibit’s primary goal is to educate, reinforce, and remind the public of the current state of our water as well as to emphasize hope, reinvigorate passions, and inspire actionable change for our futures using a combination of scientific information and artistic representation. “
School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
Stony Brook University
©2023 Alicia R. Peterson, Cosmic Rift. Acrylic on 36 x 24-inch convex oval canvas
©2020 Alicia R Peterson, Engulf. Acrylic on 18 x 16-inch oval canvas.