Artists band together ‘for the ocean’s survival’ in decades-long coastline project

Like the ebb and flow of the ocean, the numbers of “For the Seventh Generation” remain fluid. Since it’s a 100-year project, artists will join and leave; panels are sold; new art will be added. The end goal is for the artists, committed as guardians for their chosen sites, to repaint them annually, continuing to record the beauty of the coastline as well as its changes.

Teply, as the Elisabeth Jones Art Center’s director, reintroduces his project in an exhibition that opens Thursday, Sept. 6, and runs through Nov. 15. A fitting venue, the 4,000-square-foot center, which opened in June, focuses more at

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