Monday, Jul 13, 2020
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What if museum animals were suddenly to come to life? Jana Matusz, an accomplished Massachusetts-based painter and founding sketching facilitator volunteer with the museum, has explored this with expressive prints, based on original paintings, that animate animals found in the Harvard Museum of Natural History.
Jana Matusz's portraits use vibrant color and texture to give life and voice to the faces of animal specimens otherwise frozen in time and space. Made with love and reverence for the animals she paints, Jana has imbued each with a personality all its own.
As Jana painted these portraits, she felt she made a connection with each animal. Jana hasn't said exactly what they revealed to her. Take part in our "caption challenge" on social and answer the question, "What do these animal portraits say to you?"
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