Turner Print Museum Presents Angles and Planes Exhibit Through April 12
Angles and Planes: Janet Turner & the Built Environment
Commemorating the centennial of Janet Turner's birth, this selection of seldom-seen paintings and prints rounds out the curatorial survey of her work as an artist. While her art is most commonly associated with the natural environment, Angles and Planes explores her response to the built environment and Modernist movements such as Cubism.
There will be curator’s talk on Thurs., April 3 in Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall at 5:30 p.m. A reception follows at The Turner gallery.