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Tangent/Trajectory continues through March 26, closed March 16-20 for spring break

Left to Right: SFCC’s Director of Art on Campus Linda Cassel, Artist Christina Hall-Straus, Sculptor Don Redman and Patricia Pearce SFCC Director of Center for Book Art and Printmaking

Left to Right: SFCC’s Director of Art on Campus Linda Cassel, Artist Christina Hall-Straus, Sculptor Don Redman and Patricia Pearce SFCC Director of Center for Book Art and Printmaking

Center, Artist Christina Hall-Strauss talks with visitors at the opening.

Center, Artist Christina Hall-Strauss talks with visitors at the opening.

Artist Don & Deborah Boldt at the Feb. 14 opening standing in front of one of his pieces.

Artist Don & Deborah Boldt at the Feb. 14 opening standing in front of one of his pieces.

The Tangent/Trajectory art exhibition opened with great success on Feb. 14. The exhibition continues at the Santa Fe Community College Visual Arts Gallery through March 26, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, but will be closed during Spring Break from March 16 to March 22.

The two diverse artists offer a showcase of art that conveys energy, light and motion.

Redman, who for the past 45 years created site-specific monumental sculptures for public, corporate and private collections throughout the world, was awarded a Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts in 2014.  His work consists of a wide variety of styles that reflect a classical sense of design and craftsmanship.

Hall-Strauss, who has been painting for 50 years, is in private collections internationally and nationally as well as public museums and institutions, including the New Mexico Capitol Arts Collection, the Acclaimed Artist purchase and the New Mexico Museum of Art. She is displaying a recent series “Sand Patterns” in the exhibition.

For more information about the gallery and exhibit, contact SFCC’s Director of Art on Campus Linda Cassel at linda.cassel@sfcc.edu or 505-428-1501.

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