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Rollin Marquette: Natural Beauty

Rollin Marquette has a long-time relationship with Franconia Sculpture Park.  In fact, in 1996, Marquette made his move to Minnesota from the east coast because… 565 more words

Sculpture

Collaborative Sculpture Opening

Along with photography, philosophy, and poetry, I also dabble in some visual arts. This semester, I was a part of a group of 5 students who worked on a major installation sculpture project. 50 more words

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Plans tonight?

We have a reception for Nancy Hathaway and some of the new faculty in the area.

Nancy has been doing some nice paintings. We would love to hear her frame them into the other work she has been doing. 32 more words

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Interconnected: Science, Nature, and Technologies Show at Adamson

Adamson Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new multimedia installation pieces by Yuriko Yamaguchi.  Like the clouds for which they are named, these ethereal but vital pieces are constructed from networks of steel, copper, and brass wire, which connect hand-cast resin representations of silicon molds made from organic materials. 447 more words

Arts

New Faculty Show


W are having an exciting show of the new faculty in the area. We have invited a collection of the faculty to be a part of a show at the Saranac Art Project. 26 more words

Current Show

Nancy Hathaway and the New Kids on the Block


Out with the old, in with the new!
This week, Nancy will be installing work she has been assembling for the past year. A nice collection, and example of which is above. 77 more words

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R.A.W. Gallery Presents "Professional Mis-conduct!"

Bad Baker by Kyle Boganwright

Kyle Boganwright’s use of draughtsmanship interspersed with a mixture of watercolor illustrate various professionals in a not-so-flattering light in his upcoming exhibit, “Professional Mis-conduct!” This Columbus artist displays the distress and distaste behind a slew of positions in professional fields via facial expressions, aggressive color choices, and his dry sense of humor. 52 more words

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