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