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‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Artwork by Harry Underwood

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‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

‘Stone, Mesh, and Metal’

Photography by Emily Brewer

Artwork by Harry Underwood

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‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

‘Stone, Mesh, and Metal’

Photography by Emily Brewer

2

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

‘Stone, Mesh, and Metal’

Photography by Emily Brewer

3

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

‘Stone, Mesh, and Metal’

Photography by Emily Brewer

4

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Terina Gillette: ‘Temperance: An Expose of Emotion’

A1 LabArts Exhibition

Mary Saylor: ‘A Whimsical Nature’

Artwork by Lourdes Bethsy Salage

5

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Photography by Emily Brewer

Artwork by Dino Day Liddick and Brandy Slaybaugh

6

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

7

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Terina Gillette: ‘Temperance: An Expose of Emotion’

Mary Saylor: ‘A Whimsical Nature’

Artwork by Lourdes Bethsy Salage

‘Stone, Mesh, and Metal’

8

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Terina Gillette: ‘Temperance: An Expose of Emotion’

Mary Saylor: ‘A Whimsical Nature’

Artwork by Lourdes Bethsy Salage

‘Stone, Mesh, and Metal’

9

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Terina Gillette: ‘Temperance: An Expose of Emotion’

Mary Saylor: ‘A Whimsical Nature’

Artwork by Lourdes Bethsy Salage

‘Stone, Mesh, and Metal’

10

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Terina Gillette: ‘Temperance: An Expose of Emotion’

Mary Saylor: ‘A Whimsical Nature’

Artwork by Lourdes Bethsy Salage

‘Stone, Mesh, and Metal’

11

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Terina Gillette: ‘Temperance: An Expose of Emotion’

Mary Saylor: ‘A Whimsical Nature’

Artwork by Lourdes Bethsy Salage

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

12

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

Photography by Emily Brewer

Artwork by Dino Day Liddick and Brandy Slaybaugh

13

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

14

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Terina Gillette: ‘Temperance: An Expose of Emotion’

Mary Saylor: ‘A Whimsical Nature’

Artwork by Lourdes Bethsy Salage

‘Stone, Mesh, and Metal’

15

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Terina Gillette: ‘Temperance: An Expose of Emotion’

Mary Saylor: ‘A Whimsical Nature’

Artwork by Lourdes Bethsy Salage

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

16

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Terina Gillette: ‘Temperance: An Expose of Emotion’

Mary Saylor: ‘A Whimsical Nature’

Artwork by Lourdes Bethsy Salage

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

17

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Terina Gillette: ‘Temperance: An Expose of Emotion’

Mary Saylor: ‘A Whimsical Nature’

Artwork by Lourdes Bethsy Salage

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

18

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Terina Gillette: ‘Temperance: An Expose of Emotion’

Mary Saylor: ‘A Whimsical Nature’

Artwork by Lourdes Bethsy Salage

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

19

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

Photography by Emily Brewer

Artwork by Dino Day Liddick and Brandy Slaybaugh

20

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

21

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Terina Gillette: ‘Temperance: An Expose of Emotion’

Mary Saylor: ‘A Whimsical Nature’

Artwork by Lourdes Bethsy Salage

‘Stone, Mesh, and Metal’

22

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Terina Gillette: ‘Temperance: An Expose of Emotion’

Mary Saylor: ‘A Whimsical Nature’

Artwork by Lourdes Bethsy Salage

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

23

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Terina Gillette: ‘Temperance: An Expose of Emotion’

Mary Saylor: ‘A Whimsical Nature’

Artwork by Lourdes Bethsy Salage

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

24

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Terina Gillette: ‘Temperance: An Expose of Emotion’

Mary Saylor: ‘A Whimsical Nature’

Artwork by Lourdes Bethsy Salage

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

25

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

Terina Gillette: ‘Temperance: An Expose of Emotion’

Mary Saylor: ‘A Whimsical Nature’

Artwork by Lourdes Bethsy Salage

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

26

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

Photography by Emily Brewer

Artwork by Dino Day Liddick and Brandy Slaybaugh

27

‘The Finer Things: Consumer Culture in the Gilded Age’

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

28

‘Stone, Mesh, and Metal’

Photography by Emily Brewer

29

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

‘Stone, Mesh, and Metal’

Photography by Emily Brewer

30

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

‘Stone, Mesh, and Metal’

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American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

‘Stone, Mesh, and Metal’

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Linde Mills and Mary Smith: ‘Art in Motion’

David Gildersleeve: ‘And Now for Something Completely Different’

Annamarie Gundlach: ‘Clay Dreams’

Artwork by J. Brooks Brann

Artwork by Anthony Donaldson

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American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artist’s Colony

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