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Anne Mills McCauley Exhibit

Friday, March 9, 2012
12:00 AM
Residential College Art Gallery, East Quad, 701 E. University

Show title: linger Anne will exhibit a series of recently completed drawings. She states: “My primary means of expression is through drawing. Most recently my work focuses on place and memory through the lenses of yearning, searching, and discovering. I draw shapes suggesting a familiar presence and place them in environments that combine elements of order and disorder, of balance and imbalance to convey both an awkward vulnerability as well as a quiet strength. These drawings are intended to describe quiet narratives both intimate and vast.” Anne Mills McCauley is Professor and Chair, Department of Art and Art History at Albion College, Albion, Michigan. She teaches a variety of studio art classes including printmaking, drawing, and book arts and is also Curator of the Albion College Permanent Print Collection. Ms. McCauley received her BFA from Eastern Michigan University and her MFA from Michigan State University. She has been a member of the studio faculty at Albion College since 1998