“Taking my place among the many observers over the course of time that have delighted with awe and wonder at the night sky, I present this body of work to inspire others to reflect on the precision and enormity of this universe in which we live.”
Lori Tremblay’s fascination with the stars, their cyclical patterns, and distant positions drives her work and explores a uniquely different approach to seeing the constellations. Tremblay received her bachelor of fine arts with honors in printmaking from the Maine College of Art in 1993. Prior to that she studied environmental biology at Plymouth State University, NH, and meteorology at Lyndon State College, VT.
Art Meets Science Cafés are a program of the MDI Biological Laboratory in partnership with the Littlefield Gallery of Winter Harbor. Guest artists present on the influence of science on their work, and the public is invited to participate in discussion, enjoy refreshments, and view the 2015 exhibit “Is it Art or is it Science,” an exploration by over 40 Maine, national, and international artists into the realm where Art Meets Science.