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Apr 03

April Art Exhibits- Tracy Gallery: Sheldon Statewide: “Shape Up! Visualizing the Geometric World”

Sheldon Statewide: “Shape Up! Visualizing the Geometric World”   Sheldon Statewide, now in its thirtieth year, is the longest running exhibition and educational outreach program at the Sheldon Museum of Art. We are pleased to announce its return to the Tracy Gallery this month. Sheldon Statewide is an annual exhibition and outreach program through which original artworks …

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Mar 01

March Art Exhibits- Tracy Gallery: Fremont Public Schools K-12 Art

Fremont Public Schools K-12 Art   Creative works from the K-12 art students of Fremont Public Schools will be on display in the Tracy Gallery during March. This multi-media exhibit highlights Youth Art Month, a national celebration sponsored by the Council for Art Education, and happily supported by the Fremont Area Art Association. The annual celebration emphasizes the …

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Jan 31

February Art Exhibits- Tracy Gallery: The Paintings of Robin Zagurski

The Paintings of Robin Zagurski Robin Zagurski is an artist, therapist, and social worker living in Omaha, Nebraska. She beganpainting in 2009 after many years of attending tothe spirits of others and neglecting her own. She initially began working in acrylics, but now works extensively in wax mediums. She enjoys working in cold wax and …

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Jan 02

January Art Exhibits- Tracy Gallery: French Impressionism

Edouard Cortès and Antoine Blanchard This month, we are pleased to present a rare treat—a selection of French Impressionist paintings on loan to us from a private collection. The majority of this exhibit features the work of two contemporaries, Edouard Cortès and Antoine Blanchard. Both artists painted many scenes of Paris in all its glory. …

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Nov 29

December Art Exhibits- Hinds Gallery: Barb Gallaher & Darlys Vande Voort (Dar)

Barb Gallaher Barb Gallaher received her BFA, majoring in Jewelry and Silversmithing, from the University of Kansas in 1979.  She incorporates materials in combinations of gold, silver, copper, and various precious gemstones, utilizing many silversmith techniques into the creation of her jewelry, such as forging, repousse, chasing, and casting.  Gallaher’s work varies in style of …

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