CHESTNUT HILL, MA (September 2018) – Chestnut Hill Square invites you to Beyond Boundaries, an exciting exhibition of outdoor sculpture. This outdoor art installation, produced by Studios Without Walls, will be on display from September 13 - October 24, 2018 throughout the center. Studios Without Walls is a Brookline-based collaborative group of sculptors and conceptual artists who produce exhibitions of art in outdoor and public settings.
Participating artists include Freedom Baird, Myrna Balk, Gail Jeraud Bos, Anne Eder, Louise Farrell, Janet Kawada, Bette Ann Libby, Madeleine Lord, Stacey Piwinski, Maria Ritz, Gregory Steinsieck, Joe Wight, and Wendy Wolf.
“Chestnut Hill Square is pleased to again bring Studios Without Walls and their amazing scupltors and artists’ works to our center. The 2018 Beyond Boundaries exhibit will be a special outdoor experience that showcases the remarkable work and imagination of these local artists,” explains Chestnut Hill Square Marketing Director Rebekah Macchia. “The exhibit provides a wonderful opportunity to stroll the Square and enjoy these innovative, whimpsical works of art,” she concludes.
Studios Without Walls
Studios Without Walls’ purpose is to expand and educate audiences to appreciate, participate in, and become enriched by site-responsive sculpture, installation, and conceptual art. They have been producing exhibitions together since 1997 – originally at Allandale Farm in conjunction with Brookline Artists Open Studios – and consistently adding additional exhibitions and venues. All members share in the annual determination of priorities and planning of the exhibits and receive feedback and stimulation from one another throughout the year. They seek to project a full and lively presence, increasing public visibility of creative thinking at work. Studios Without Walls emphasizes creative dialogue with the community-at-large, continuing to investigate opportunities for public art and elevating public discourse on the arts. For more information, visit www.studioswithoutwalls.org.
Chestnut Hill Square
Chestnut Hill Square is an exciting lifestyle destination on Route 9 in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts that features such popular shops and restaurants as Anthropologie/BHLDN, Free People, Athleta, francesca’s, Jared the Galleria of Jewelry and Paper Source, plus BRIO Tuscan Grille, Seasons 52, The Capital Grille, sweetgreen, Oath Craft Pizza, SWEET and Starbucks. Wegmans and Wegmans Wine, Liquor & Beer provide customers with the area’s best grocery shopping, while Equinox, Precision Running Lab by Equinox, SoulCycle, European Wax Center and drybar offer sought-after fitness and beauty options. Chestnut Hill Square’s Medical Office Building includes Beth Israel Deaconess HealthCare-Chestnut Hill and eight other medical offices. Chestnut Hill Square is a project of New England Development. For more information, visit www.chestnuthillsquare.com.
New England Development
For over forty years, New England Development has taken a creative, entrepreneurial approach to real estate development and management - delivering and sustaining successful projects across a wide range of property types. These projects transform complex challenges into preferred locations, generate long-term value to communities, afford compelling opportunities for local and national businesses, and offer sought-after experiences to a wide range of consumers. The company is acclaimed for creating some of the country's most widely-recognized and successful regional centers, as well as multifaceted developments that combine retail, residential, hotel, and office uses. Outlet centers, high-end and street-front retail, airport retail, golf courses, restaurants, and marinas round out New England Development's robust portfolio.