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Sechrest Gallery to Feature Visions 2012: 'Numerical Notations'

Posted on August 21, 2012.

HIGH POINT, N.C., Aug. 21, 2012 – The Sechrest Gallery at High Point University will feature the work of 13 talented professional artists from across the nation in its first invitational exhibition – VISIONS 2012: “Numerical Notations.” The exhibit, which opened on Aug. 20, will remain in the gallery through Oct. 11.

“The exhibit explores a wide range of traditional works that are both two- and three-dimensional, incorporating numerical ideology, either conceptually or in a more literal and figurative context,” says Maxine Campbell, director of the Sechrest Gallery and instructor in the School of Art and Design.
 
The exhibition includes the work of professional artists, as well as art educators from among the most prestigious universities across the nation. Their work showcases paintings, mixed media works, monoprints and ceramic as well.
 
Artists in the exhibit include: Joyce Anitagrace, Jeffrey Beekman, Nancy Bulluck, Tiberiu Chelcea, Jayne Johnson, Daniel Marinelli, Matthew Micca, Rebecca Murtaugh, Robert Reitzfeld, Patricia Steele Raible, Peter Russom, Ana Seabolt and Pat Scull.

“We look forward to hosting this renowned group of artists on our campus,” Campbell says. “The works included in this exhibition truly highlight not only the talent of these artists, but also highlights a variety a media.”

Call 336-841-4685 for gallery hours and more information.

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Pam Haynes

Communication Specialist

336-841-9055

phaynes@highpoint.edu

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