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The George Caleb Bingham Gallery turns introspective for its latest exhibit. The show, which will run from Aug. 29 through Sept. 8, will feature the work of three new members of the MU Department of Art faculty.
New faculty member Joseph Pintz focuses his work on everyday objects that meet the physical and emotional needs of their owners. Pintz, whose work can be previewed at iconceramics.com, often creates art that is both functional at beautiful.
Kristen Martincic is a multi-media artist who has been involved in exhibitions as far away as the American University in Egypt. Her work, which can be seen at kmartincic.com, includes both print and sculpture.
The final exhibitor, Claire Stigliani, uses her art to explore the concepts of femininity and beauty. Having spent much of her childhood just outside Vienna, Stigliani also laces her work with Germanic folk tales and portraits of Austrian royals. Her work can be seen at clairestigliani.com.
Although it opens today, the exhibitions artist reception won’t take place until Thursday, Sept. 1 at 4 p.m. The exhibition and reception are free to attend.
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