Come along and visit quiet country trails depicted
with paint on canvas, photographs of spectacular desert scenes, and
ceramics that bring the amazing universe down to a glaze.
“Everything involves nature, and there is so much subject matter to
chose from,” said artist Alice Ferguson, who displayed several
pieces at the show.
The show was a mix of media.
“I like photographing nature because you don’t have to pose it,”
said Deanna Brust with a laugh.
Of course, nature changes constantly, which poses a problem for the
photographer, or a chance for a onetime spectacular shot as
evidenced by Randy Washam’s photo of Cathedral Rock in Arizona after
a rare desert rain.
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“Back to Nature” at the Lincoln
Art Institute will be on display through the end of the month.
Contact Moses Pinkerton at 217-651-8355 to arrange a private
showing of the exhibit, or take a chance and just stop by. Step
into the Lincoln Art Institute and take a walk into the great