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OWU Faculty 'Traveling Different Paths' for Ross Art Museum Exhibition

November 21, 2003

[ Art Exhibition Photo ] DELAWARE, OHIO -- Ohio Wesleyan University is offering a unique opportunity to view a wide variety of art works, all of which are in the same show.

"Traveling Different Paths," an exhibition of recent work by OWU art faculty and museum staff, began Nov. 16 at the Richard M. Ross Art Museum. Museum staff member Tammy Wallace says the exhibition offers a "wide range" of works including ceramics, large sculptures, small metal works, quilts, jewelry, photography, paintings and graphic design.

According to Wallace it's unusual for so many diverse works of art to be displayed in the same show. "Probably the only reason we're all in the same show is because we're at the same institution," she comments.

"Traveling Different Paths" was chosen for the name of the show to highlight the differences in all of the artists. Wallace says the show is important because it gives the public, students and OWU personnel a chance to see everyone's artistic statements. "The show will give clues into what kind of people we are," Wallace says of the artists.

"Traveling Different Paths" is the first faculty show in the Ross Art Museum. It will feature the art of Cynthia Cetlin, Marty Kalb, Phyllis Kloda, James Krehbiel, Justin Kronewetter, Wendy Peters, Leigh Rabby, Jonathan Quick, Mark Taggart and Tammy Wallace.

The exhibition is free and open to the public and will run through Dec. 18. The museum is closed Monday and Saturday and will also be closed Nov. 22 - Dec. 1 for Thanksgiving break. Regular museum hours are 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. on Thursday and 1 - 5 p.m. on Sunday.