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Molly Springfield
R.L. Croft
Susan Elder and Craig Dennis
Ruth Bowler
Cara Ober

Letters, Words, and Phrases
Opening Reception Thursday April 9 at 6 p.m.
March 23 – April 26, 2009

Letters, Words, and Phrases is an exhibition that explores visual art’s ongoing engagement and entanglement with language, bringing together works by nine contemporary artists who use letters, words, and phrases as part of their work: sculptures by Ruth Bowler and R.L. Croft, photography by Susan Eder and Craig Dennis, mixed-media art by Cara Ober and Susan Brandt, prints by Rebecca Katz, and drawings by Julie Marie Geare and Molly Springfield. Laura Amussen, curator The exhibition will be presented in Goucher College’s, Rosenberg Gallery from Monday, March 23rd, through Sunday, April 26th, 2009.

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