Our friend Emile Tobenfeld, aka Dr. T, is one of several featured artists exhibiting work at The Nave Gallery’s “The Secret Knowledge of Water” in Somerville, MA. The opening reception was held last Friday, followed by a performance by Dr. T and the Immersions ensemble which included Eric, our friends Dean Stiglitz and Ramona Herboldsheimer, and Rick Scott. The video and music performance was aptly named “Water Music and other Improvisations.” To hear the performance, visit Jamendo.
Folks gathering in the gallery.
Several photographs in the “water” theme.
Mixed media, video, and photography.
The Nave Gallery is part of the Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church. Dr. T and the Immersions ensemble performed in the Sanctuary.
Loved this stained glass window.
Eric plays synth and the Harpejji. Dean plays Electro Flute. Ramona plays Hammered Dulcimer. Rick also plays synth.
No show is complete without Gwynnie, Dean and Ramona’s dachshund.
Or the bees. Dean and Ramona sell organic honey. They were selling the honey at a farmer’s market before the show. And you do not leave your bees in the car.
Show time (sorry for the low light; I did not want to use a flash to take these pictures.)
The Secret Knowledge of Water exhibit runs through August 17. For more information visit ARTSomerville.