Respite in the woods

"The Window'' (acrylic, copper and steel), by Aneleise Ruggles, in the group exhibition "Finding Solace in the Woods,'' featuring 15 sculptural pieces in the Elaine and Philip Beals Preserve, Southboro, Mass., through Sept. 14. The exhibition touts the woods as one of the "few places to find quiet moments of respite and meditation away from the stress of daily life.'' The idea here is to "create a symbiosis between nature and art.''

"The Window'' (acrylic, copper and steel), by Aneleise Ruggles, in the group exhibition "Finding Solace in the Woods,'' featuring 15 sculptural pieces in the Elaine and Philip Beals Preserve, Southboro, Mass., through Sept. 14. The exhibition touts the woods as one of the "few places to find quiet moments of respite and meditation away from the stress of daily life.'' The idea here is to "create a symbiosis between nature and art.''