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Independent Vision:
Self-taught Artists from Appalachia

In the John and Ruth McGee Gallery (lower level) through Dec. 15, 2016:

“Independent Vision: Self-taught Artists from Appalachia” features approximately 100 pieces of art from the Ramona Love Lampell and Millard Lampell Collection.

The artists include sculptors, painters, wood carvers and basket makers who have drawn upon their life experiences, knowledge of the natural environment, and readily available materials, such as wood, clay, stone, house paint and found objects, to create their art.

Studio Window

Studio Window: The Prints of Grace Martin Taylor

Opening: Friday, September 16, 2016
7:30 – 9:00 p.m.

Deem Print Gallery
Art Museum of WVU

Explore the complete prints of West Virginia artist Grace Martin Taylor (1903-1995), one of America’s innovative printmakers of the 20th century. This exhibition of her important white-line color woodblock and black-and-white linoleum prints shows the artistic range of a prolific artist who contributed significantly to developments in modern art in West Virginia.

This exhibition will also be open through December 15, 2016.

Dedication of the Nath Sculpture Garden

Wednesday, September 28
4:00 p.m.

At the site of the sculpture garden
Art Museum of WVU

The outdoor event is open to the public and a reception in the Art Museum Education Center will follow.

The space is named in honor of donors, Joginder and Charlotte Nath. Joginder is a retired professor emeritus of genetics and department chair in the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design; Charlotte is a retired professor of family medicine. Parking fees will be waived for this event.