Nathan Hanford, a native of Becket, Massachusetts, has spent the past six years dividing his time between the crisp mountain air of the Berkshire hills in New England and the urban wilds of Shoreditch, London. His work is evocative of a fusion between these environments, influenced by the rituals, sentiments and textures of the past but thoroughly modern in its messaging. He draws inspiration from “things I see; people I meet; stories from my family and past.” He currently is the Artist in Residence and a Case Manager at Soldier On, a non-profit organization committed to ending veteran homelessness, where he not only facilitates creative based education but is in the process of working hand in hand with Soldier On to create a flexible arts and culture curriculum to be used to enrich the lives of the veterans that they serve.
Belinda Lyons Zucker
"Jane" one of the fiber figures by Belinda Lyons Zucker
BELINDA LYONS ZUCKER
FLY AWAY HOME: An Exhibit Of Dolls And Figures From Black Folklore
Two squares from the "Ladies Moral Compass Quilt" sewn in 2017 by community members in and around Charlemont, MA