Thursday, January 12, 2006
Dana Room, 4th Floor
John Cotton Dana Library
Creating prints and wall sculptures based on the human image - primarily heads - has been
an on-going, expressive con-cern and enterprise of Anneli Arms since the mid-1970s. The
prints are based on sculptured work, and almost all are scraped acquatint/etchings. The
entire production is a part of a larger project concerning life and beginnings, which
includes insects, sea creatures, amphibians, birds, and the like. The Dana exhibition
seeks to view the human creature - not necessarily benign - as both unique and part of the
This event is part of the national Year of the Woman Artist project.
The exhibition will run January 12 - August 31, 2006.