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Standing in Place-Recent Landscapes, Peggy Cox Displays at Seton Hill

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Posted on Thursday, April 21, 2016

Professor of Art, Peggy Lynn Cox, will open a solo exhibit entitled: “Standing in Place-Recent Landscapes” at Harlan Gallery, Seton Hill University in Greensburg, PA.  

The exhibit is the culmination of a 2012 Sabbatical Leave and Watto Award. The exhibit displays approximately 60 oils and watercolors ranging from 10” to 5 feet with imagery dedicated to area of the College Woods and Nature Center areas. The exhibit runs from April 21 to May 19.

Read the recently published story by the Tribune Review about Cox's exhibit.

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