Jeffers Petroglyphs by Jody Williams
Jeffers Petroglyphs by Jody Williams
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The Katherine E. Nash Gallery at the University of Minnesota is displaying the Beginning of Everything: An Exhibition of Drawings, which surveys a broad range of approaches to drawing and includes works from a wide variety of geographies, time periods, and esthetic perspectives.

Drawing is, in many ways, the most versatile of all artistic mediums. It can serve as the beginning of an idea, the beginning of a more ambitious project, or the beginning of a completed artwork unto itself. Because drawing is so elemental, so direct, such a primary means of expression, it is cherished by artists and audiences for its immediate and intimate access to the possibilities of creative expression.

Featured MCADians:

  • Leslie Barlow ’16, MFA
  • Hazel Belvo, former Chair of Fine Arts
  • James Boyd-Brent, former faculty member
  • Andrea Carlson ’05, MFA
  • Sean Connaughty ’89
  • J.M. Culver ’06
  • Carole Fisher ’64
  • Shana Kaplow, former faculty member
  • Michael Kareken, faculty member
  • Kristen Lowe ’88
  • Lynda Monick-Isenberg, Professor
  • George Morrison ’43
  • Sonja Peterson ’90
  • Joe Sinness ’05
  • Aaron Van Dyke, former faculty member
  • Megan Vossler ’02, MFA
  • Jody Williams, faculty member

The Beginning of Everything: An Exhibition of Drawings
January 21–March 28
Katherine E. Nash Gallery (Minneapolis)
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 25, 8:00–10:00 p.m.

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