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Animal Art Exhibition

November 9 - December 15, 2023

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Notable artists throughout history as well as the earliest evolved homo-sapiens have depicted animals in art for centuries. Our interactions with them are inevitable. There are various forms of beauty in animals from their forms and patterns to the relationships we carry with them either with danger or companionship.

We learn from animals more than we think, and they help us expand and experience empathy as well as inspire us to technological innovation. We may often see ourselves in animals through modern internet memes as each type of animal has relatable characteristics and moods to us as people. For centuries, animals have been used by many if not all cultures to represent spirits, symbolism, power, and so on. They are precious, sacred, need protection and respect.


Casey Ailes
Lindsey Bishop
Henry Caserotti
Nicholas Chamberlainn

AnnaLisa Gosar
Gretchen V. Hansen

Elisha Harteis

Yuliya Helgesen-Thompson

Leslie Horton
Kirsty Innis

Steve Jensen

TyResha Jones-Smith

Lisa Kurt
Janice Lyons
Tom McIntire

James Wallace Repton

Hee Seo

David Orrin Smith

Elvina Taylor
James Tilley

Randall Vemer
NL Walsh
Ryan Weimer

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