Monday, August 21, through Thursday, October 12
St. Ambrose University's Catich Gallery, Galvin Fine Arts Center, 2101 Gaines Street, Davenport IA
An associate professor of painting and drawing and the director of graduate studies at the University of Arkansas, acclaimed visual artist Musgnug explores both nature and the painting process in her latest touring exhibition of works on paper.
Born in Buffalo, New York, Musgnug received a BA in Art History from Massachusetts' Williams College in 1981, and an MFA in Painting from Indiana University in 1988. Musgnug's solo exhibitions have been on display in national and international art museums including Texas' Galveston Arts Center and the Marko Cepenkov Center of Culture in Prilep, Macedonia. According to the artist's page at InmanGallery.com, “Kristin Musgnug's paintings spring from an interest in the complex interactions between people and nature … . The work draws on her interest in the scientific view of nature as well as the role nature occupies in the human psyche.”
St. Ambrose University's Disturbed Ground: Paintings by Kristin Musgnug exhibit can be viewed at the Catich Gallery Tuesdays through Fridays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and more information on the exhibition is available by calling (563)333-6444 or visiting SAU.edu/catich.