"Sitting In a Beech" Tree Drawings Exhibit at Gallery XIV March 02, 2010 Branching out at Framingham's Gallery XIV Artist Leonarda Boughton is showing a forest of drawings at Framingham’s Gallery XIV. When drawing trees, Leonarda Boughton depicts more than roots, a trunk with bark, branches and leaves. Part arborist, part artist, she depicts trees as varied natural plants and sentinels of the forest, as embracing lovers and totems of human insignificance. And in her monumental “Sitting In a Beech,” Boughton evokes the primal attraction of trees as conduits to natural energy. — Chris Bergeron, The MetroWest Daily News Click here to view the article, about my exhibit of "Tree Drawings". The article appeared in The MetroWest Daily News on February 25, 2010.