either to young or too obtuse
Artwork by 1st and 2nd year UC Riverside graduate students:

Nicole Belle
Mauricio Espinoza
Christine Frerichs
Greg Kozaki
Kate McPeak
Lee Thompson
Alison Walker
April 26 - July 7, 2007
Artists’ reception: Thursday, May 3, 6:00 - 10:00 p.m.

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(left) Nicole Belle, Untitled (The Rev Sanchez Series), 2007, 30" x 37", ink jet print.
(right) Lee Thompson, Untitled, 2007, 40" x 40", inkjet print.

Riverside Art Museum is pleased to present artwork from the Art Department at College of Humanity, Art and Social Sciences, University of California, Riverside.

Seven artists from the University of California, Riverside present a featured summer exhibition at Riverside Art Museum. The title, either too young or too obtuse, is a reflection of their diverse perspectives. At the same time, this is an exhibit that is providing new and acute points of view. The either too young or too obtuse is a showcase of UCR’s progressive arts program.

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