If you could hear a painting

The Leonardo Electronic Almanac has published a volume that surveys artist Mary Shermans work, a combination of painting, sculpture, installation, and mechanics that explores the relationship between painting and sound. Sherman is a Boston College alumna and teaches in the Art, Art History, and Film Department. The volume, “Mary Sherman: What if You Could Hear a Painting,” captures a turning point in Sherman’s work, when her paintings came off the wall and sound became an integral component of her work. She talks about her artistic journey and her teaching in a BC Libraries video.

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