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POSTPONED: Gallery Talk: Robert Lostutter: Transformation & Adornment

March 25 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Robert Lostutter, The Man Who Remembers What Birds Once Looked Like, 1973. oil on canvas, 2D Size: 58" x 41". Collection of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. Promised gift of Mark and Judy Bednar.
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Robert Lostutter’s radiantly beautiful paintings of hybrid bird-men signal his love of nature and fascination with the brilliant plumage of tropical songbirds. They also summon ideas about bodily transformation and adornment as an expression of identity. Fred Stonehouse will discuss Lostutter’s work on view in Uncommon Accumulation: The Mark and Judy Bednar Collection of Chicago Imagism. Free admission.

A professor of painting and drawing at the UW-Madison Art Department, Fred Stonehouse is internationally known for his superbly rendered, exquisitely imagined prints, drawings, and paintings.

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Date:
March 25
Time:
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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