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Browsing Permanent Collection, McIninch Gallery by Title

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  • Ecataepec 
    Peterman, Scott (2003)
    Scott Peterman is a peripatetic photographer, whose color photographs of urban and natural landscapes offer an alternative perspective on our place in nature and the built environment. Claiming, “I’m interested in the ...
  • Gonzalez, Raul III (2016)
  • El Jardin 
    Gonzalez, Raul III (2016)
  • Gonzalez, Raul III (2016)
  • Emergence 
    Mandel, Dorothy
  • Epilogue 
    Moulton, Frank
    Moulton's Artist Statment: Essentially, all my work is autobiographical. Places, events, experiences, and memories that lend themselves to images that are sometimes real, sometimes imagined, sometimes symbolic, but always ...
  • Eppelsheimer, Ellen
    Born in October 1913, Eppelsheimer studied painting at Yale and at the Boston Museum School. She then learned silk screening and specialized in landscapes, flowers, and houses, which she sold through the NH League of ...
  • Burke, Jesse (2015)
    Face of Despair is one photograph from Jesse Burke's personal work called Wild and Precious. The series brings together treasures from multiple road trips by Jesse Burke when he traveled with his daughter to explore the ...
  • Marcuse, Tanya (2008)
    Marcuse’s large-scale landscape/ground images are studies of abundance and decay, fecundity and entropy. Rendered in rich color, her tapestry-like images capture seemingly found views of the forest floor that she constructs ...
  • Marcuse, Tanya (2013)
    Marcuse’s large-scale landscape/ground images are studies of abundance and decay, fecundity and entropy. Rendered in rich color, her tapestry-like images capture seemingly found views of the forest floor that she constructs ...
  • Egerton, Harold (1934)
  • Ray, Galen E.
    A picturesque scene of farmland in Hancock, Mass.
  • Eisenman, Nicole (2010)
    "Fleet Week" Makes references to the disembarkation of soldiers into ports of call. There is a seriousness in the sailors face that could be attributed to the reality of war and the state of mind of the sailor.
  • Butler, Sharon (1996)
    A painter and arts writer, Sharon Butler is widely known as the founder of Two Coats of Paint, a project which includes an influential art blog, an artist’s residency and other initiatives. The blog has been sponsored by ...
  • Butler, Sharon (1996)
    A painter and arts writer, Sharon Butler is widely known as the founder of Two Coats of Paint, a project which includes an influential art blog, an artist’s residency and other initiatives. The blog has been sponsored by ...
  • Butler, Sharon (1996)
    A painter and arts writer, Sharon Butler is widely known as the founder of Two Coats of Paint, a project which includes an influential art blog, an artist’s residency and other initiatives. The blog has been sponsored by ...
  • Butler, Sharon (1996)
    A painter and arts writer, Sharon Butler is widely known as the founder of Two Coats of Paint, a project which includes an influential art blog, an artist’s residency and other initiatives. The blog has been sponsored by ...