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Warm greetings! I hope this finds you well. Thank you for receiving my email. I have some exciting news to share. 

Atrium Installation of New Public Artwork (January 2023 - January 2024)
Will to Meaning, 2023, 40’ x 35’ x 5’, Acrylic on Tyvek® with grommets

As part of the larger exhibition, Rochester Art Center commissioned a large-scale public artwork for its 50’ atrium. This work is an extension of the exhibit, celebrating the connection of art and well-being as well as responding to the physicality of architecture, materiality, and gestural, emotive mark-making. The installation is inspired by Viktor Frankl’s theory that the search for life’s meaning is the central human motivational force.

New Solo Exhibition opens in Rochester, Minnesota
The Nexus of Well-Being and Art at Rochester Art Center
Opening Night Celebration - February 18, 6-9pm
Exhibition runs through July 30, 2023
Exhibition Catalogue Launch Date: June 2, 2023

Accompanying exhibition catalogue will be published with essays by Matthew Miranda and Monica Zimmerman. Publication available June 2, 2023. For more information or to receive a copy, please contact me at 

The Nexus of Well-Being and Art is a new body of work. Artworks in the exhibition are an examination and experimentation with light and color and underpinned by the concept of art connecting to well-being. Research and development for The Nexus of Well-Being and Art exhibition included interviews with experts in the healthcare field. These individuals focused on ideas that impact their work and their thoughts about the nexus of health and art. The interviews can be heard here.

The exhibition encompasses over 30 new artworks including: 

  • Three 6’ x 6’  light sculptures called Well-Being LightWindows
  • Six 6’ x 6’ paintings
  • A 15’ x 15’ x 3’ sculpture
  • 16 small Tyvek works between plexiglass
  • Three small, 24” x 24” Color LightWindows
  • Three 30” x 40” drawings from the Word Works Series
  • Audience members can participate in the exhibition in the Well-Being Wall gallery. Taking an artist-created square, participants are invited to make their own artwork and hang it directly on the gallery wall.

A special thank you to Nuss Truck & Equipment and maurices for sponsoring the exhibition.

I am thrilled to share that my work Untitled, Word Work Series, 2022, was acquired by the Walker Art Center through a generous donation from my esteemed colleague Greg Stenmo. I am honored to be included in this prestigious museum collection. 
Untitled, Word Work Series, 2022, Acrylic on Rives BFK, 30” x 44”
Wishing you and your loved ones well,


Anne Labovitz

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