WellesleyWeston Magazine

WINTER 2013/2014

Launched in 2005, WellesleyWeston Magazine is a quarterly publication tailored to Wellesley and Weston residents and edited to enrich the experience of living in two of Massachusetts' most desirable communities.

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Meyrowitz holds a Master of Arts degree from Long Island connections to Boston's cultural scene. Beth Wells, Irene Wright, and University and over the years her work has been exhibited at the Sandy Boyd have been very active in the art gallery committee, and Brooklyn Museum, the Heckscher Museum, the Fine Arts Museum of they were instrumental in the success of the inaugural exhibit that fea- San Francisco, the Portland Museum of Fine Arts, and others. Closer tured Ilana Manolson's mixed media "Fragile Navigation." The com- to home, her work is in the collection at the Danforth Museum of mittee is also quick to credit the North Hill executives with embracing Art in Framingham. She had a solo show there in 2011 titled "The the idea of a gallery. Unconscious Voice: Wind Beneath My Wings and Site/ing Folio." "They are fully committed to truly making North Hill a vibrant, exciting continuing learning community," Meyrowitz says, taking experienced when her husband succumbed to Alzheimer's – a tribute time to single out Paul Duffy, the community development director to their enduring relationship and the healing power of art as an We l l e s l e y We s t o n M a g a z i n e | w i n t e r 2 0 1 3 / 2 0 1 4 "Wind Beneath My Wings" was an emotional record of the pain she for North Hill. "Paul is our go-to man. Bring him an idea and he expression of deep feelings. "Site/ing Folio" communicated her con- makes it happen." fused longing for the home and studio she left behind when she and her husband first moved to North Hill. One such idea was the solo show in 2011 that featured Boston photographer Debby Krim, as well as the "Boston Painters, Boston Painted," that just concluded. That exhibit featured prominent local Art appreciation among residents Many of North Hill's residents are passionate about art and have deep 170 artists David Wells Roth, Richard Raiselis, Sean Flood, and George Nick, a professor at Boston University who is now well into his

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