This exhibition celebrates the work of Louise Hamlin, the former George Frederick Jewett professor of studio art and area head of printmaking at Dartmouth. Inspiration can be found in many places. For Louise, inspiration is not found in the grandiose, but rather in the subtle, familiar, and overlooked corners of our everyday world. In each scene, whether a fog-filled landscape or bundle of garlic scapes from the farmstand, Hamlin has explored light and form, creating images that suggest paint (or ink) and color as her driving force.
This exhibition is organized by the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth, and was generously supported by the Eleanor Smith Fund and the Ray Winfield Smith 1918 Memorial Fund.
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