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          Judy McLeod, Guitar Player, inspired by Jan Vermeer, collage 16x18"

     

                   McGuffey Arts Center Features 3 Artists in March

                                    March First Friday opening reception
    March 2nd, 5:30 – 7:30 pm

     

                                                                               JUDY MCLEOD
                                                                          Inspirations 2000 – 2015

    Sarah B. Smith Gallery

    Forty years of art by Judy McLeod are exhibited in 3 venues, one of them being McGuffey Art Center. This retrospective follows Judy McLeod’s artistic and emotional paths and experiences over 4 decades. Trained as a printmaker, screenprints, etchings, and lithographs begin the journey for McLeod. From beginning to current, an autobiographical, feminist, and woman’s point of view is expressed.

                                                                                 

                                                                                   S.H.WOLF
                                                                        Elements of a Landscape
    Lower Hall Gallery, North

    This show will reflect an evolution elapsing several years; a progression comprising conventional (more or less) landscape paintings to non-representational, color-oriented pieces.

     

                                                                         JURGEN ZIESMANN

                                    For the Love of Science:Imaginary Views through the Microscope

    Lower Hall Gallery, South

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