June 25, 2015 to August 12, 2015
“For this show, I asked the talented artists of Fountain House Gallery to create work that takes into consideration their individual, as well as mankind’s, bond with animals,” said Cammarata-Seale, Curator for the Corporate Art Program at Johnson & Johnson. “Some artists chose to tell stories about our emotionally-charged relationships with animals while others chose to comment on the artificial nature of these interactions. Issues of intimacy and distance, nature and culture, as well as domesticity and urbanity run through these works, demonstrating that although the rapport between man and animal has evolved in positive ways, it is still marked by contradiction.”
“Animal Impact” spotlights more than 40 works. Among the mediums represented are acrylic, oil, and watercolor painting, drawing, sculpture, collage, and digital photography.