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Exhibition: Sense & Sensibility Part II

by Richard Turner (ACS)

Sense and Sensibility Part II

I will be showing recent sculptures and drawings in Sense & Sensibility Part II. The reception is Sunday November 10, 3:00 – 6:00.

I hope to see you there.

Richard

Richard Turner Installation

Place: Mt. San Antonio College Art Gallery

Exhibiting Artists: Michael Arata, Leslie Brown, Jonathan Burke, Delia Cabral, Andi Campognone, Dino Dinco, Mat Gleason, Doug Harvey, Tulsa Kinney, Juri Koll, Jared Linge, Perin Mahler, Andrea Harris McGee, John David O’Brien, Eric Stoner, Richard Turner, Fonje DeVre, Suzanne Walsh.

College Reception: Thursday, November 7; 4:00-6:00 p.m.

Artist Panel: Sunday, November 10; 3:00-4:00 p.m. Building 13, Room 1700

Michael Arata, Leslie Brown, Jonathan Burke, Delia Cabral, Andi Campognone, Dino Dinco, Doug Harvey, Tulsa Kinney, Juri Koll, Jared Linge, Perin Mahler, Andrea Harris McGee, John David O’Brien, Eric Stoner, Richard Turner, Suzanne Walsh.

Artist Reception: Sunday, November 10; 4:00-6:00 p.m. Art Gallery

Exhibition Catalog Available.

Gallery Director and Exhibition Curator: Fatemeh Burnes

General Info: 1100 N. Grand Ave, Walnut, CA. 91789

Phone: (909) 274-4328
Email: corr@mtsac.edu
Website: http://www.mtsac.edu/artgallery/

Gallery Hours:

Tuesday-Thursday; 11:00-2:00 p.m.
Tuesday Evenings; 5:00-7:30 p.m.

4 comments to Exhibition: Sense & Sensibility Part II

  • Suellen Oliver Campbell

    Wish I could be there, Rique. Looks like a wonderful celebration of your talent. Congratulations on your continued success! Suellen

  • Sarah Rogers

    Me too, wish I could be there. Have a wonderful exhibit. warm aloha, Sarah

  • Kevin L. Wells

    Rique,

    Just a sec!

    Why not an online exhibit for us here in Internet Land?

    It would not be the same, but at least we could see your work.

    What do you say?

    KLW

  • Bob Ritchie

    Agree with KLW that an online exhibit would be the way to go. Never too late to take a few action pics at the live show as a backdrop for the online show, and go from there. No telling where where that might take us. From the looks of the pieces already showing, we have talented friends among us.
    I’m back on my writing project to tell the story of Fr. Crawford and the “Great Escape” crew…as least from my perspective in DC as we tracked the saga That is begging for a movie script. Possibly Sainthood for FR Crawford if the story gets related to Rome.

    Anybody got any ideas how to find the names of the doctors and nurses that inhabited your old “campus” after the conversion to the 3rd Field Hospital. I’m looking for a surgeon from the Mass Eye & Ear in Boston that thought he might be able to restore hearing to my left ear when I went on sick call to the 3rd Field in 1968.

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