The Visible Soul: Celebrating the Feline as Muse Through Painting, Drawing, Photography and Sculpture
Bob Mizer, Siamese cat, 1945

The Visible Soul: Celebrating the Feline as Muse Through Painting, Drawing, Photography and Sculpture

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Visible Soul: Celebrating the feline as muse through painting, drawing, photography, and sculpture.

The Visible Soul exhibit at the VanDernoot Gallery of the Lesley University College of Art and Design, in Porter Square, Cambridge, highlights the feline-inspired work of established and mid-career artists while giving a well-deserved nod to the felines of antiquity and early cinema.

Featuring works by: Bob Mizer, Ulisse Aldrovandi, Juan Jose Barboza-Gubo, Leonard Baskin, Louise Bourgeois, Carlos Cardenas, Jan Groover, Karin Gulbran, Yui Kugimiya, Duane Michals, Bob Mizer, J. Morrison, Karen Moss, Mueller & Robinson, Bernard Picart, Andre Ruesch, Carolee Schneemann, Kiki Smith, Naoe Suzuki, Arne Svenson, Louis Wain, Andy Warhol, Shen Wei, Edward Weston, Neil Winokur, and many more

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