Crystal Wagner, Georgia artist and assistant professor of art at Goergia College steps back to look over the progress of her art installation "The Arboretum" Thursday afternoon at Sea Islands Center Gallery in Beaufort. Wagner's visit represents the start to USC Beaufort's visiting artist program. Students from the art program got the opportunity to help Wagner with printmaking and construction of parts of her work. The opening reception will be Feb. 8, from 5:30 - 7 p.m. at the gallery. Wagner's work will be on display for the public through March 8.
Crystal Wagner, Georgia artist and assistant professor of art at Goergia College steps back to look over the progress of her art installation "The Arboretum" Thursday afternoon at Sea Islands Center Gallery in Beaufort. Wagner's visit represents the start to USC Beaufort's visiting artist program. Students from the art program got the opportunity to help Wagner with printmaking and construction of parts of her work. The opening reception will be Feb. 8, from 5:30 - 7 p.m. at the gallery. Wagner's work will be on display for the public through March 8. Sarah Welliver
Crystal Wagner, Georgia artist and assistant professor of art at Goergia College steps back to look over the progress of her art installation "The Arboretum" Thursday afternoon at Sea Islands Center Gallery in Beaufort. Wagner's visit represents the start to USC Beaufort's visiting artist program. Students from the art program got the opportunity to help Wagner with printmaking and construction of parts of her work. The opening reception will be Feb. 8, from 5:30 - 7 p.m. at the gallery. Wagner's work will be on display for the public through March 8. Sarah Welliver

PHOTO: Georgia professor participates in USC-Beaufort visiting-artist program

February 07, 2013 09:18 PM

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