New Exhibit: Life Lines - Works by Clarence Morgan

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"I like to think of drawing as an elaborate process that often reveals the hidden dimension of the human spirit." -- Clarence Morgan

LIFE LINES EXHIBIT

WHEN - September 20 - December 31, 2013

WHERE - Architecture and Landscape Architecture Library |
210 Rapson Hall | University of MN | 89 Church St. SE | Minneapolis

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Image: Lesson in Resistance, 2012
Acrylic, black gesso, pencil, collage on canvas over panel; 40" x 40"

Clarence Morgan, Professor of Art, University of Minnesota, is a visual artist whose studio focus is centered on painting, drawing, and printmaking - often of an abstract nature. Utilizing random shapes and biomorphic forms within an intricate network of drawing, collage elements, and subtle color, Morgan's work ranges from highly patterned organic painting compositions to meticulously articulated and somewhat minimal collage-drawings. Morgan's prints, paintings, and works on paper can be found in the collections of the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts, Asheville Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, and Weisman Museum of Art .

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