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Rising Tides at Magazine Beach, June 20th

    Magazine Beach, a public park between Memorial Drive and the Charles River in Cambridge, hosted a summer opening celebration on Friday, June 20th. Yet amid the families picnicking on the grass and dancing to jazz music played by a vibrant Mardi Gras band was a reminder that public spaces like these are in […]


Arrested for tagging (almost) – Rising Tides, Provincetown

Rising Tides was scheduled to be installed along Provincetown’s busiest street as part of the Eco-Festival Appearances. Curator Dorothy Palanza had received permission from the Town Manager and Conservation Commission. However, word had not been sent to the police. When residents, angry that something was being painted on their telephone poles,  called the police,   The […]

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Solar Arbor, Newton Centre Green, May 2014

The Solar Arbor demonstrates that this renewable energy source may go on all types of  roofs! Hold your educational, performance, community or other event at the Solar Arbor in the Newton Centre Green. Contact us with your ideas how to activate this public space and increase our green awareness! Donated by RevoluSun solar installers Designed […]

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Out in the Open, Studio Without Walls, April 26-May 18, 2014

Save That Stuff,  Susan Israel 2014 in Out in the Open, the annual exhibition of Studio Without Walls on the Riverway along the banks  of the Muddy River. As Shawn Mahoney, a performer and teacher at Emerson College, commented while passing by: the “before and after”, a “pas de deux with the trees.” Its name-sake, Save […]


Jackson Homestead: Energy Necklace Exhibition April 6- July 18 2014

Energy Necklace Exhibition at  Jackson  Homestead The first Energy Necklace Exhibition, curated by Susan Israel April 6-July 18, 2014, April 6 : Opening reception April 13, May 10 Artist talks June 1: Poetry Walk See the whole exhibition (click here)   Thank you to our sponsors and partners: Historic Newton, Green Decade Walsh Construction Co […]

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Brookline Climate Week

  Brookline TAB on Climate Week 2014- click here to see the article!   Rising Tides appeared at Brookline Booksmith for Brookline Climate Week. We also collaborated on Tree Huggers with Mary Dewart, and helped bring the Solar Arbor designed by Xchange Architects and lit by artist John Powell to the installations. The Solar Arbor […]

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Sculpture Bar at Opening Our Doors

We brought a 15′ long sculpture bar to the Emerald Necklace Conservancy at the Shattuck Center for Opening our Doors, October 11, 2013. The Sculpture Bar lived to see another day, so we can bring it to your event to gather people together to chat and create while thinking about art and nature. Call us! .




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Rising Tides at the current HarborARTS show, “Occupying the Present” has been extended! OTP will stay installed until October 15th. Message in Bottle will come down, but the tide stripes will remain at least until Spring 2014. We heard from you!! See the messages you left in our Big Bottle – “Tell Me” – here and […]

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Old Frog Pond Farm

Sculpture Walk at Old Frog Pond in Harvard, MA. September 15 – October 15, 2013. Three sculptures made in collaboration with Peter Lipsitt and Susan Israel on exhibit at this wonderful organic farm with pick-your -own-apples, sculpture and a stunning setting. Opening reception September 15, 1:00-5:00 pm.


Tidal Pools, Artcurrent Gallery in Provincetown, MA

I am showing sculpture at Artcurrent Gallery in Provincetown through Sept 8th with Peter Lipsitt. Four of the pieces are a collaboration with Peter, plus he and I have solo work. My solo work all resulted as an exploration from my installation “Rising Tides” and its “Message-in-a-bottle”  response piece at HarborArts in East Boston Shipyard, […]

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