'Water Stories' at the Museum of Science


Installation by ANNE NEELY in her show "Water Stories: A Conversation in Painting and Sound''  at the Museum of Science, in Boston, through Jan. 5.


The museum says that show showcases  14  paintings that came from Neely's exploration of the following water issues: ""Mismanagement & Overuse, pertaining to the Colorado River and the Ogallala Aquifer; Contamination and Pollution, using the recent coal spill into the Dan River and the algae bloom in western Lake Erie; Climate Change, which focuses on Hurricane Sandy, the Alaskan Glacier melt and the drought in America's breadbasket; and Water Mining, which explores the Marcellus Shale in Pennsylvania and water tapping in Maine's spring waters.''