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Old bones mix with new art at Prehistoric Museum

The USU/CEU Prehistoric Museum will be doing double duty as an art gallery for the next two months. The museum recently opened its exhibit, "Beginnings," featuring works by local artists. Above, Renee Barlow, curator of the exhibit, and Alan Green observe the paintings on the wall as Greg Benson, Elaine Youngberg and Susan Neel admire the bronze sculpture on display. Other media on display by 13 artists from the community were silver smithing, wood carving, papier mache, alabaster, lapidary (rock polishing of semi-precious stones), and art media including transparent watercolor, acrylic airbrush, pencil, oil and intaglio (print making), and computer graphics. The exhibit at the Prehistoric Museum gallery can be seen through January 22 during regular business hours at general admission rates.

The USU/CEU Prehistoric Museum will be doing double duty as an art gallery for the next two months. The museum recently opened its exhibit, "Beginnings," featuring works by local artists. Above, Renee Barlow, curator of the exhibit, and Alan Green observe the paintings on the wall as Greg Benson, Elaine Youngberg and Susan Neel admire the bronze sculpture on display. Other media on display by 13 artists from the community were silver smithing, wood carving, papier mache, alabaster, lapidary (rock polishing of semi-precious stones), and art media including transparent watercolor, acrylic airbrush, pencil, oil and intaglio (print making), and computer graphics. The exhibit at the Prehistoric Museum gallery can be seen through January 22 during regular business hours at general admission rates.




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