Art in Salisbury

An untitled still life by John Gruen

In a tribute to photographer Bill Binzen, who died in 2010, his fellow artists, 14 of them, have mounted a beautiful exhibit at Salisbury School’s Tremaine Gallery. The work is varied, taking in Joseph Meehan’s frigid and mighty snowscapes; Jonathan Doster’s atmospheric images from Burma; a cheetah in a tree attributed to Dan Mead and Sally Eagle who shoot together; Tom Zetterstrom’s afflicted trees; and gorgeously abstracted waterscapes by George Shattuck.

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