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207-859-4350

Members of Colby College’s studio art faculty will show works in a
variety of media for the annual Fall Faculty Art Exhibit at the Colby
College Museum of Art in Waterville. The exhibit will be on view from
November 14 through January 4 and the public is invited to an opening
reception on Friday, November 14, from 4 to 6 p.m.


Jere DeWaters will exhibit black and white photographs of the rocks at
Schoodic Point. Sam Atmore will exhibit silver gelatin photographic
prints of landscapes, architecture and abstracts of Maine and New
England. Dee Peppe will show large, silver gelatin prints from her
recent exhibit Foreign and Familiar, an exploration of the human experience in the urban environment. 

Harriett Matthews will exhibit three bronze wall relief sculptures
and three welded steel works. Bonnie Bishop, a paper and book artist,
will exhibit her recreation of religious triptychs into forms honoring
animals.


Margaret Libby will exhibit a painting from her ongoing mother-daughter
series and several mixed media works. Garry Mitchell will show alkyd
paintings on wooden panels. Scott Reed will exhibit acrylic and gouache
paintings, prints and collages. Bevin Engman will exhibit gouache collages. Nancy Meader will exhibit raku pots.

Colby museum hours are 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday,
and 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sunday. Admission is free, and the museum is
accessible to persons with disabilities. For more information call
207-872-3228 or visit www.colby.edu/museum.