Eight artists were selected for the annual summer group show at the Attleboro Arts Museum. Nothing’s especially earth-shattering, but painter Philip Young’s abstracted landscapes are worth a look. A retired high school art teacher, Young is not afraid of color, with teals and avocados competing for space with variations on pea green, a color that shows up in nearly every piece. It’s better than it sounds. Also worth a look are the vase-like raku ceramics of Laura White Carpenter – each piece includes fired strands of the artist’s own hair.
Image: Philip Young, Studio Window Rain [detail]