Rediscovering the Landscape of the Americas

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Tue, Apr 15, 1997 through Fri, Jun 6, 1997

The exhibition represents a broad spectrum of contemporary landscape painting by artists from the United States, Canada and Mexico. These artists create work in response to their geographical boundaries and their terrain of consciousness. The images (over 70 paintings) in the exhibition are as varied as the artists and their places and cultures. Each artist has a highly personal recollection of a particular place, fragments gathered from oral histories, direct experiences or even media-based culture.

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