• Michael Mazur

    DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park/Barbara Krakow Gallery

    Michael Mazur has worked with imagery from nature since he began making prints in the ’50s; the trees, flowers, and greenery outside his Cambridge studio and on Cape Cod have been the locus of his painting since he began using that medium in the ’70s. “Branching,” co-organized by the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College, surveyed thirty-five years of images derived from nature, and offered valuable insights into the artist’s recent near-abstractions, a separate exhibition of which was also on view. (A traveling show of Mazur’s prints, opening in 1999, will feature other major themes of his career,

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