A Sense of Place – Panel Discussion
The Centers for Culture and History in Orleans (10)
In conjunction with the extraordinary exhibition current on display at the Centers for Culture and History in Orleans entitled Vernon Smith’s Orleans – A Sense of Place, there will be a panel discussion of the various works on display and anecdotes about the artist. Included on the panel will be the co-curators of the exhibition, Bill Wibel and Kevin Rita.
Vernon B. Smith (1894-1969), was an American regional artist, often associated with Cape Cod. He was a WPA administrator and as an artist he was best known for his bas-relief woodcarvings. His works also include oil paintings, watercolors, batik designs, and constructions in aluminum.