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An Almost Unnoticed Quietus: Sabbatical Work by Jennifer D. Printz

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An Almost Unnoticed Quietus: Sabbatical Work by Jennifer D. Printz October 5 – December 20, 2017 Elegantly poetic, Jennifer D. Printz’s work explores the interplay between the material and intangible aspects of our world. Delicately rendered surfaces seamlessly combine with photographic elements as an invitation to ponder what we do and do not know. Printz is an associate professor of studio art at Hollins University. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and has been included in publications as diverse as Tricycle and The Carolina Quarterly. Printz is an active artist who has also held leadership positions on the boards of the Los Angeles Printmaking Society, SGC International, and SECAC. The works presented in this exhibition were created on Printz’s recent sabbatical in Maryland, France, and Virginia.

An Almost Unnoticed Quietus: Sabbatical Work by Jennifer D. Printz
  • 8009 Fishburn Drive
  • Roanoke, VA 24020
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  • Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University
  • Free
  • Recurring daily