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Six artists interpret landscape in "Near and Far" exhibition

St. Catherine University’s Catherine G. Murphy Gallery opens the fall season with a group exhibition entitled Near and Far Contemporary Landscape Paintings, which runs September 8–October 23.

Curated by Carol Chase, associate professor of Art and Art History, this group exhibition presents six distinctive approaches to landscape painting through beauty, imagination and humor with a touch of dystopia. Each artist presents a unique frame of the world as they see it, ranging from macroscopic images to industrial spaces.

Featured artists include: Abigail Anderson, Dan Bruggeman, Rod Massey, Rebecca Silus, Carolyn Swiszcz and Andrew Wykes. The exhibition is filled with each artist’s unique worldview. 

A public reception will be held on September 13, 6–8 p.m. The exhibition will also be a part of the Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities’ Fall Art Tour on October 4, 1–5 p.m.


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Sep. 10, 2014 by Sharon Rolenc

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