Saginaw Art Museum
Animal Tales of Michigan
October 10 - November 2, 1997
From October 10 to November 2, the Saginaw Art Museum will host the exhibition , Animal Tales of Michigan, by Kalamazoo artist, Todd Zimmerman. This show consists of a series of 36 watercolors, commissioned by the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. The series explores the eventful history of the State of Michigan from Colonial times to the present day by portraying important individuals and events in the form of animals native to the Great Lakes States.
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