Mira Cantor

Ice Age reminders

"Erratic 4 Untitled'' (acrylic on paper), by Mira Cantor, in her show "Erratics, works on paper by Mira Cantor,'' at Kingston Gallery, Boston, Nov. 1-26 .  The show is inspired by the forms of the same name created by the Ice Age and found all over New England, virtually all of which wascovered by ice 15,000 to 20,000 years ago. Ms.Cantor told the gallery:  "These erratics are palpable forms of energy, eroding in slow motion."    

"Erratic 4 Untitled'' (acrylic on paper), by Mira Cantor, in her show "Erratics, works on paper by Mira Cantor,'' at Kingston Gallery, Boston, Nov. 1-26. The show is inspired by the forms of the same name created by the Ice Age and found all over New England, virtually all of which wascovered by ice 15,000 to 20,000 years ago. Ms.Cantor told the gallery:  "These erratics are palpable forms of energy, eroding in slow motion."

 

Power and changeability

"Wow'' *acrylic on canvas), by Mira Cantor, in her show "Inundated,'' at Kingston Gallery, Boston, through Oct 30.

"Wow'' *acrylic on canvas), by Mira Cantor, in her show "Inundated,'' at Kingston Gallery, Boston, through Oct 30.

 

The gallery says Ms. Cantor's "horizon and ocean waves serve as metaphors for processing contemporary issues regarding the landscape and sociology.
The  shoreline's unique combination of vulnerability, changeability, and  power from the persistent movement of the waves proves a consistent source of inspiration for Cantor. ''

 

Cold December mountains

cantor-big-top "Big Top'' (oil on canvas),  by MIRA CANTOR,   at the Kingston Gallery, Boston.

This is one of those times of years when you are again brought with up a start that you're one of the old folks, and that people 30 or 4o years younger have no knowledge, and usually little interest in finding out about, the historical events and personalities you're talking about.