THE DAILY PALETTE

From Cornfields to Cliffs and In Between: Daily Palette Artists Reimagine Iowa's Landscape

When: Tuesday, April 26, 2016 to Sunday, June 12, 2016

Where: The Old Capitol Museum, 21 Old Capitol, the University of Iowa, Iowa City

Reception: April 30th, 3:30-5:30

Artists: Alexis Dwyer, Sandra Dyas, Regan Golden, Thomas C. Jackson, Diane Kunzler, Halle Siepman, Grant William Thye


Since its launch in 2004, the Daily Palette at the University of Iowa has featured the work of over 3000 Iowa-connected artists, publishing their work online and encouraging a greater appreciation of the arts statewide.

In honor of its twelfth year, the Daily Palette is organizing a gallery exhibition at the Old Capitol Museum on the University's campus to celebrate two of Iowa's most important yet often under-appreciated features: its landscape and its artistic talent.  From Cornfields to Cliffs and In Between: Daily Palette Artists Reimagine Iowa's Landscape is a juried exhibition that spotlights seven artists working in a variety of media who interpret Iowa's landscape and invite us to think about the state in new ways.


Curated by Emily Kerrigan
Companion Iowa Writes project edited by Rachel Arndt



*Exhibition image by Ari Craven

*The Daily Palette would like to thank the following people and organizations for making this exhibition possible: Professor Jon Winet, the Graduate College at the University of Iowa, the School of Art and Art History at the University of Iowa, the Obermann Center for Advanced Studies, Trina Roberts and the staff at the Old Capitol Museum, Ari Craven, Xinran Wang, Rachel Arndt, and all of the participating artists.

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