June 6-29, 2013

Both troubled and inspired by the state of our current world, Sandy Litchfield creates landscapes – rural, urban and everywhere in between – in a state of cubist disarray. She creates these landscapes to learn something about what’s missing: the cities with their luminous promise to fill aspirations, the forests with their unruly patterns of enchantment, the pastoral country as a soothing respite for restoration.

The show opens during the Amherst Art Walk on Thursday, June 6th from 5 – 8 PM.