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Tim Raymond's Paintings at the C.G. Jung Center

A painting is a grid, initially and fundamentally defined from the outside in by the rectangle of the canvas. The most evocative of the works by Tim Raymond now at the C.G. Jung Center play against this generality, and the grid emerges from within the work.

Gerald Mead's History of the Nichols School, Writ Small

A year ago, Gerald Mead began collecting artifacts to create a body of work chronicling the 118-year history of the Nichols School by inviting staff, students, and alumni to contribute to the project. Once collected, Mead divided the materials into categories based on themes and content types, and began to work. The result is a series of 50 small collages, on display until May 11 at the school’s Flickinger Performing Arts Center.

Robots at the Queen City Gallery

Why are we so attracted to robots? An all-robot show—paintings, drawings, and constructed sculptures, all of robots—is currently at the Queen City Gallery.

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