Melissa Johnson: The Day I Saw 1000 Robins
The Day I Saw 1000 Robins is an exhibition of new works by Melissa Johnson '98, associate professor of art at Cayuga Community College. Johnson is a Cornell alumna (CALS, rural sociology) and earned her M.F.A. and B.F.A from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2006, 2004). The work is a reflection of experiences in nature, and the brushstrokes and layered paint are a way to document space and time. Her paintings move between abstraction and landscape, connected by a love of nature, birds, and for paint itself.
This exhibition is cosponsored by Associate Professor Greg Page.
Page Exhibits Motifs from the Global Backyard II, Reflects on Collaboration, Life, and 40 Years of Art Practice
Nature's Eye: Gregory Page Explores the Botanical Realm
Exploring the Fall Creek and Cascadilla Glen Trails and Gorges
Gregory Page: Motifs from the Global Backyard
Page Course Exhibits at Mann Library
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