Artist Page

Kenneth Mallory

Kenneth Mallory, the editor of the Conservators Newsletter since 2017, is the former Editor-in-chief of Publishing Programs at the New England Aquarium, where he helped produce over twenty books and wrote nine non-fiction books for children ten years and older.

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Mary Lang

Mary Lang is an artist who attempts to communicate the intangible energy animating the visible world by aiming her camera at ordinary forms of landscape and space. She received an MFA in photography from Pratt Institute and has taught at Bunker Hill Community College,

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Jonathan Elcock

Currently living in Newton, Massachusetts, I am a physical therapy student who enjoys photography as a serious hobby. It all began in my early teens when I grabbed my mom’s Canon Powershot and ran outside to photograph some sun rays that were shooting through a cloud.

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Mary Beth Maisel

Mary Beth Maisel is a Newton artist. Her work has been exhibited at the Fuller Museum of Art, Artcetera, DeCordova Museum’s Art in the Park, Lyman-Eyer Gallery, Cambridge Art Association, Concord Art Association,

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Cynthia Staples

Cynthia Staples is a Boston-based freelance writer and photographer. For nearly fifteen years she has worked with local education and environmental nonprofits as well as with national sustainability organizations. When she is not writing,

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Cindy Ryan

Artist Statement
This series of oil paintings by Cindy Ryan of Newton Highlands shows dogs and their owners, socializing in Cold Spring Park on a late winter afternoon. These are loose and quick studies of dogs,

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Sally Brecher

These images reflect my evolving vision as a landscape photographer. I pursued my training in photography at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. This collection of work represents my recent interest in color landscape following years of working in black and white.

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Dinora Felske Justice

Dinora Felske Justice’s award-winning landscape paintings reflect her deeply felt love of nature and concern for preservation. Her choice of exploring the natural environment exclusive of human occupation stems from her desire to connect with the most elemental aspects of life: creation that starts with the interaction of light and water,

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Gene Mackles

Gene Mackles is a Newton painter and graphic designer. His paintings were exhibited in 2003 at the Newton Free Library. For more information, visit his web site.

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