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It’s Time To Reconnect...
To Spirit, To Creativity, To Source, To Yourself.

“Let the beauty that you love be what you do.” ~Rumi

Upcoming Tours

Monday, November 8th until Friday, Nov 12th 2021


Monday, April 11th until Friday, April 15th 2022

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About Kerry

I have been an art instructor for over three decades. The only thing I have done longer than that is paint in and around Annisquam, a beautiful coastal town on the North Shore of Massachusetts. I have taught at schools and museums throughout New England, including The DeCordova Museum, The Danforth Museum School, Beaver Country Day School, the Andover Public Schools, The Riverbend School and the Watertown Center for Adult Education.  My work can be found in collections across the country. I hold an Ed.M from the Harvard School of Education and an MAT from Tufts / School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. I have been practicing yoga for over 16 years and have my 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Certification which I completed with Daniel Orlansky and Yoga of Energy Flow. I live in Medfield, Massachusetts with my husband, two teenage sons, and one very affectionate Australian shepherd named Tazzy. There I maintain an art studio and teach art classes to children in grades 1-8.

Contact

Please feel free to contact me by phone or email. Or alternatively fill in the form below, and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

PHONE NUMBER: 508.740.0750

EMAIL: kegevans@gmail.com

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“Landscape, of all representational modes, seems to me to be the least affected by fashion, politics, trends....through our investigation of landscape we can express our sense of the connectedness of things, where we stand in relation to them. Above all, we come in touch with those over-arching abstractions that govern our perceptions: the great and the small, near and far, up and down, sharp and soft, smooth and rough. None of this is likely to change soon....


People mistakenly think that art is about nature, or about an artist’s feeling  about nature. It is instead a path to enlightenment and pleasure, one of many paths, where nature and the artist’s feelings are merely raw materials.”

~Wolf Kahn