Randal Thurston, a professor of Foundation Studies and Fine Arts at Suffolk’s New England School of Art & Design (NESAD), is featured in a group exhibition Still Life Lives! at the Fitchburg Art Museum. Randal’s site-specific installation of fantastical hand-cut paper silhouettes draws inspiration from Baroque period cabinets of curiosity and motifs from classical Dutch still life.
Randal was recently interviewed along with curator Mary Tinti and fellow artist Tara Sellios on the public radio program “Inquiry.” Listen to the full interview with Mark Lynch on WICN.
Still Life Lives! features paintings from the Fitchburg Art Museum’s permanent collection as well as contemporary work from over twenty New England artists. Still Life Lives! is on exhibit from September 22, 2013 – January 12, 2014.