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Scrap Metal, Fresh Work PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 16 July 2002 18:00
David Campbell’s large, realistic sculptures overwhelm a space and demand the viewer’s attention, while Marguerite Perret’s prints delicately await the audience’s close inspection. This contrast makes for an excellent show at MidCoast Gallery West on the corner of Second Avenue and 17th Street, just west of the plaza in downtown Rock Island.

Show Offers Several Standout Works PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 25 June 2002 18:00
In the current two-person show at Quad City Arts, Mary Cullen Lowman’s artist statement describes her philosophy quite well: “Mary’s primary interest is life, not still life. She finds that most of her work focuses on living friends – four-legged and two.

Imagination on Parade PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 04 June 2002 18:00
Steve Maxon’s bronze and aluminum sculptures have a hard edge – pun intended – with a huge dose of humor. The bronze cast and iron piece Gone West, for example, has the upper part of a skull wearing a World War I army helmet that a skeleton hand is tipping to the viewer.

Fantasy and Reality Mix in Welcome Center Show PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 30 April 2002 18:00
Fantastic reality meets realistic fantasy in the two-woman show of Catherine Jones Davies and Dorothy Beach running through May at the Mississippi Valley Welcome Center in LeClaire. While Davies’ paintings tackle reality with the style of Expressionism, Beach takes a realistic approach to whimsical subject matter.

The Lessons of History PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 23 April 2002 18:00
The new exhibit Old West, New West: Art of the American Frontier at the Davenport Museum of Art (DMA) offers some 40 painting and sculptures that show the contrast between the way the West was portrayed in art in the late 19th Century and the way it’s being represented today.

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