August 11 – November 11, 2007
This exhibition of works from the permanent collection will explore how artists use geographical places and settings in their work. Whether rural or urban, natural or manmade, each landscape can inspire different responses.
The exhibition includes works in a wide variety of mediums used to capture the artists’ sense of place. Included in this exhibition will be works inspired by Tibet by Robert Rauschenberg, Austria by Richard Estes, San Francisco by Rene Pauli, and the lushness of central Florida by Margaret Tolbert.