THE ENDLESS MOUNTAINS SPIRIT: M.C. Richards & Paulus Berensohn

THE ENDLESS MOUNTAINS SPIRIT: M.C. Richards & Paulus Berensohn


Paulus Berensohn at the Endless Mountains Farm, May 2014

Images: Marguerite I. Fuller

Suraci Gallery
Mar 21, 2015 – May 08, 2015

A synergetic nexus of the arts occurred in Susquehanna County when clay artists and teachers Mary Caroline Richards and Paulus Berensohn lived and worked in Northeast Pennsylvania. During that time an influx of artists, dancers, writers, and actors visited and worked at the Endless Mountains Farm, a cooperative and a place of creative energy. Iconic books are associated with the Farm –– Towards Wholenessand The Crossing Point: Selected Talks and Writings by M.C. Richards and Paulus Berensohn’sFinding One’s Way With Clay. The exhibition documents that place and time in our region, many of the people involved with examples of their work in clay, and a lasting legacy of creativity.

Reception: April 18, 6–8 PM

Gallery Talk: April 22, 3 PM

Film Screening: April 29, 5:30 PM – TO SPRING FROM THE HAND: The life and work of Paulus Berensohn by Neil Lawrence, Swartz Center, McGowan Community Room

Please Note: Exhibition is closed April 2–6; hours for May 4–8: 9am – 4pm

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