Huntsville Museum of Art
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Southern Exposure: Regional Art from the Collection
May 7-June 4, 2000
Continuing through June 4, 2000, Huntsville Museum of Art presents a selection of outstanding art in all media from the Museum's permanent collection, celebrating the achievements of historical and contemporary artists with strong ties to the South.
The Huntsville Museum of Art is recognized for its growing collection of works by historical and contemporary artists with strong ties to the South. This exhibition will demonstrate the Museum's commitment to building a regionally significant collection by presenting art in a variety of media that celebrates the achievements of these artists.
Examples of works included in the exhibition:
Laquita Thomson, Through the Dogtrot: Rebel, 1994, 22 color screenprint, Gift of the artist
Sheila Baldwin, Clematis, Field and lron, 1992, oil on canvas, The Huntsville Times Purchase Award, 1994 Red Clay Survey
Roland Miller, Detail, Fl Engine Test Stand and Retention Pond, Mnrshall Space Flight Center, Alabama, 1994, Type C photograph, Gift of the artist
Gunn's TV Repair, c. 1965, watercolor on paper, Museum purchase,
Visitor Donation Fund
The exhibition was organized by the Huntsville Museum of Art.
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