Friday, April 20, 2012

Exhibition Closing - "Carol Brown Goldberg: Sculpture and Works on Paper"



Today is the final day of our exhibition, Carol Brown Goldberg: Sculpture and Works on Paper. Goldberg's bronzed assemblage sculptures have lots of personality, and her biomorphic drawings are beautifully engaging in their abstraction. Stop by the gallery before 5:00 PM to catch them before they're gone!

We are located on The George Washington University campus, in the second floor of the Media & Public Affairs Building at 805 21st Street, NW.

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Friday, April 20, 2012

Exhibition Closing - "Carol Brown Goldberg: Sculpture and Works on Paper"



Today is the final day of our exhibition, Carol Brown Goldberg: Sculpture and Works on Paper. Goldberg's bronzed assemblage sculptures have lots of personality, and her biomorphic drawings are beautifully engaging in their abstraction. Stop by the gallery before 5:00 PM to catch them before they're gone!

We are located on The George Washington University campus, in the second floor of the Media & Public Affairs Building at 805 21st Street, NW.

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"Found In Collection" or simply "FIC" is the way many museums classify the more mysterious items in their possession that have little or no documentation. Here at the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery of the George Washington University, we do keep extensive records of our collection, but some of the items we come across in academic buildings or our own storage can leave us wondering. This blog is an effort to showcase some of the more curious examples and their stories, and to provide a glimpse of the great variety of art pieces within the collection. To learn more about the Brady Gallery's history, recent exhibitions, or the George Washington University, take a look at the links below.

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