'In a Solitary Place' explores art made during quarantine
Clackamas Community College continues its virtual art exhibits with "In a Solitary Place," by Portland-based visual artist and musician Sean Croghan through March 19.
This exhibition of mixed media compositions is a sampling of Croghan's art made during COVID-19 quarantine.
"In this exhibition, Croghan takes viewers on a primordial and emotionally charged journey exploring the figure, landscape and creatures within it," said Kate Simmons, CCC gallery director and art instructor.
To see the exhibit, go to clackamascommunitycollegeart.com/alexander-gallery.
The community is invited to a 1 p.m. artist talk on Thursday, Feb. 25, when Croghan will share how he creates his work. To attend, go to clackamas.zoom.us/j/97764472338.
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