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Ink illustrations by artist Gail Geltner

Gail Geltner is a visual artist and illustrator. All images have been selected from the book, What You See, published by Second Storey Press in 1992.

Type of Exhibition: Art

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Gail Geltner is a visual artist and illustrator. All images have been selected from the book, What You See, published by Second Storey Press in 1992.

These illustrations were originally commissioned by periodical publishers for print media, to accompany written content. Here they stand alone, digitally, almost thirty years later.

I wonder what you will see?

 

Click here to view the online exhibition!

 

The MNjcc Virtual Gallery is a digital home for creativity that educates, entertains and expresses shared experiences of humanity. If you have questions or would like to purchase artwork, please contact Ian Mcnulty, Coordinator of Adult Art and Culture at ianm@mnjcc.org.

 

 

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date:

September 1, 2020

End Date:

November 30, 2020

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