Arts and Literary Issue 2009
by Joan Segil Holleb '80
Joan Segil Holleb ’80, a full-time artist based in Highland Park, Illinois, has been working recently on copper. “I bend, fold, and mutilate it,” she says, “and then use chemicals to create a patina, giving the sense that it is old scrap metal. I then paint my images in oil on top of the patinas. I am trying to create a sense of...
by Patricia Gross Curtis '85
Patricia Gross Curtis ’85, earned her IC degree in music education and has been a band director for 24 years. Her other passions include travel, photography, and gardening in the cottage gardens around her home in Sparta, New Jersey.
by Abram "Abe" Perlstein '79
Abram “Abe” Perlstein ’79, worked for 20 years in Hollywood as a film, TV, and music industry stills photographer. In 2000 he relocated north to California’s central coast to focus on 3-D stereoscopic photography, documentary filmmaking, and producing—and shooting the Morro Bay National Estuary Stereo Photo...
by Stefan Malner '03
Stefan Malner ’03, is currently living and taking pictures in the greater Boston area. Water, reflections, textures, shapes, patterns, street art, and night photography are priorities for him. “Photography has become sort of an obsession where I feel like I am a hunter, tracking down some abstract prey with my camera—PETA-approved,...
by David Mitrou '96
David Mitrou ’96 (also Photography, Honorable Mention, "Still of the Night") is a partner in the McCormack Firm in Boston, where he practices a wide range of civil litigation. An avid outdoorsman, David loves wildlife photography. He captured this photo of a boy peering out of a bird blind...