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Naturealism by Rebecca Hamlin Green

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Naturealism by Rebecca Hamlin Green

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Daily | Oct 22 - Nov 11
10 am - 8 pm
Memorial Union | Class of 1925 Gallery
Cost: Free
Rebecca Hamlin Green plays with the ideas of domestic spaces and familiar and unusual objects to tell a story.

As a mixed media and ceramic artist, Rebecca's primary conceptual objective is to highlight not only the structural components or “body” of domestic spaces, but also the emotional and psychological impact of the domestic realm. She is particularly interested in what is left behind, so to speak, in the objects, heirlooms, memories and stories that make up both the physical and psychological idea of home. Ceramic objects have a long history as important elements of the home, existing as anything from utilitarian crocks to the finest china of the aristocracy. It is her primary interest as an artist to explore these relationships with the domestic space, its objects and their impact on the occupiers of space through time.

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As a mixed media and ceramic artist, Rebecca's primary conceptual objective is to highlight not only the structural components or “body” of domestic spaces, but also the emotional and psychological impact of the domestic realm. She is particularly interested in what is left behind, so to speak, in the objects, heirlooms, memories and stories that make up both the physical and psychological idea of home. Ceramic objects have a long history as important elements of the home, existing as anything from utilitarian crocks to the finest china of the aristocracy. It is her primary interest as an artist to explore these relationships with the domestic space, its objects and their impact on the occupiers of space through time.

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