March 1st – March 31st
The Way of Gaia is a collection of paintings and prose that speaks to humanity’s relationship to the planet through the lenses of ecology, evolution, and the environment. The book calls out for a narrative that realigns the reader’s sense of self and species identity to that of being part of the biosphere, a vast network of life linked together by relationships of shared ancestry, beauty, and interdependence. The authors hope these offerings will contribute to replacing the destructive narratives of modern society with frames that encourage humanity to honor and restore life, as well as contribute to the flourishing of all life without end.
About Martin Bridge
Martin Clark Bridge was born into a lineage of artists and teachers. He is proudly carrying this family tradition forth as he lives, creates, and teaches in the hills of Western Massachusetts. His work spans a wide range of media from Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Theater Design, and Site Specific Installations to Performance. Martin’s work celebrates the sacredness inherent in nature, the consciousness in all things, and the power of place and seeks to challenge the cultural paradigms that dictate the way we relate to both the natural world and our brothers and sisters. Through his work, he hopes to inspire and cultivate a greater sense of mystery and possibility in our experience of the world.
PLEASE NOTE: walk-ins are welcome for the gallery.