Carter art to be exhibited
The show, which will run through June 21, features sculptures, orthogonals and paintings
Carter was trained as a classical pianist, majored in French literature at Brown University, served three years in the United States Coast Guard as a lieutenant commanding officer of an air search and rescue craft, then received an MBA in finance from Dartmouth, followed by a 25-year career as an investment banker.
In 1981, he started a new venture. Founding the "Litchfield County Times" and six years later the New York Observer, he began his career as a publisher.
He has held adjunct professorships in philosophy and journalism at NYU.
This exhibit will include Carter's orthogonals.
Carter maintains a production facility and design studio in Roxbury.
He is the author of two hardcover books, "Arthur Carter: Sculptures, Paintings, Drawings" and "Arthur Carter: Studies for Construction."
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