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Texas A&M Gallery Exhibit ‘A Tale Of Two Collections’ Finds Commonalities, Celebrates Differences

With pieces from such renowned artists as Peter Max and Grandma Moses, the latest exhibit at Forsyth Galleries offers visitors a chance to view celebrated works of art, with a unique twist.
By Lesley Henton, Texas A&M University Division of Marketing & Communications July 7, 2020

A Tale of Two Collections, Forsyth Galleries’ new exhibit, explores the similarities and differences that can be found in the holdings of Texas A&M’s Stark and Forsyth galleries.

Elizabeth Appleby, assistant director of Texas A&M University Art Galleries, said the exhibit portrays how different styles of art can explore similar subjects and themes such as family and parenthood, landscapes and portraiture.

The Forsyth Galleries is located in the Memorial Student Center 2428.

Masks are required.

Visit the Galleries website for more information and hours of operation.

Media contact: Lesley Henton, lshenton@tamu.edu

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