Works by Eve Bachman ’44, Tina Beebe ’65, and Mary Park on exhibit in Cabell Center
The works of three artist friends with strong ties to Catlin Gabel are on exhibit in the Cabell Center foyer through December 3.
Eve MacVeagh Bachman ’44 has focused her attention on ceramics, specializing in whimsical and politically charged pots. Tina Beebe ’65’s small still life paintings capture fruit, flowers, and landscapes. The paintings of Mary Park, who died in 2006, are also still lifes, but range in size and represent different points of view from realistic to abstract.
Eve, Tina, and Mary’s friendships and art emerged from their relationship with Catlin Gabel. Eve and Tina are alumnae, and Eve and Mary met and became friends when their daughters (five lifers) attended Catlin Gabel in the 1960s and ’70s.
We are delighted that three women with shared interests in the school and the arts come together again through this show.