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Friday, January 13, 2012

"Horizons Interrupted" at the AAC

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Mary Ellen Doyle, in the Horizons Interrupted exhibition
  • Mary Ellen Doyle's "Sandshadows," in the "Horizons Interrupted" exhibition

"Horizons Interrupted," work by Piet Mondrian, Arthur Davies, Robert Henri, Hayley Lever, William Langson Lathrop, Frank Klepper, Johan-Barthold Jongkind and others, all from the Arts Center's permanent collection, opened today at the Arkansas Arts Center. The show was guest curated by Lepanto artist Norwood Creech, whose own work is inspired by the Delta landscape's horizon. Creech won the opportunity to be "Curator for a Day" at the Tabriz auction last year.

The show runs through March 11 in the Sam Strauss Sr. Gallery.

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