(Neb)-New Art Exhibit Opens At CSC
CHADRON - A massive artwork 70-feet wide and 8-feet tall made up of hundreds of etchings hand-printed on paper, glued to wood, and cut out with a scroll saw is filling the Memorial Hall Main Gallery at Chadron State College for the next month.
Artist Marilee Salvator, who is also an assistant professor at Western Kentucky University, says Growth Patterns Remix was inspired by some of the tiniest pieces of nature - cells, their growth patterns and how invasive species expand.
Salvator, who has has taught printmaking and design in the U.S. and Canada, has displayed her work in over a dozen countries around the world.
She sees her installations such as Growth Patterns Remix, with their 3-dimensional form, as a unique plant species the climb up the walls and take over the environment of the gallery just live an invasive species.
Chadron State is hosting a reception for Salvator tomorrow from 3-4:30 in the Memorial Hall lobby. The exhibit runs through February 2nd and is free and open to the public Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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