Build­ing Con­nec­tions

Vose Gal­leries dis­plays works from the col­lec­tion of G.arnold and Carol Haynes

American Fine Art Magazine - - Gallery Preview: Boston, Ma -

Through July 14

Vose Gal­leries 238 New­bury Street Bos­ton, MA 02116 t: (617) 536-6176 www.vosegal­leries.com

Dur­ing their life­times G. Arnold (1927-2017) and Carol Haynes (1929-2012) con­trib­uted gen­er­ously to many types of or­ga­ni­za­tions across the coun­try through their Haynes Fam­ily Foun­da­tion. Hospi­tals and col­leges, na­ture con­ser­van­cies and mu­se­ums ben­e­fit­ted from their largesse.the Hay­ne­ses en­joyed their lives and trav­eled widely, collecting art that re­minded them of their fa­vorite places and that gave them great plea­sure. Vose Gal­leries in Bos­ton is host­ing the ex­hi­bi­tion Build­ing Con­nec­tions: Works from the Haynes Fam­ily Foun­da­tion through July 14.The gallery notes, “The pro­ceeds of this ex­hi­bi­tion will go to four non­prof­its for which the Hay­ne­ses felt a spe­cial affin­ity:the Barn­storm­ers Theatre in Tam­worth, New Hamp­shire; the Cure Alzheimers Fund; the Ben­ning­ton Mu­seum in Ben­ning­ton,ver­mont; and the Welles­ley His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety in Welles­ley, Mas­sachusetts.”

The artists in­clude many of the greats of New Eng­land art such as

Al­dro T. Hib­bard and Mon­tague Daw­son as well as the reclu­sive painter of English farm an­i­mals, Edgar Hunt. Lau­rence P. Sis­son (1928-2015) was born in Bos­ton and died in Al­bu­querque, New Mex­ico, and was equally at home as an artist in both en­vi­ron­ments.a pro­found in­flu­ence on his artis­tic life was time spent in Ja­pan at the end of World War II when

Col­lec­tors Arnold and Carol Haynes.

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