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Kent State University’s School of Art Galleries Present “Absence/Presence

Kent State University’s School of Art Galleries present, “Absence/Presence,” featuring the work of artist and assistant professor of art at Kent State University at Trumbull Phillip Bunti

Artist Phillip Buntin's art piece will be featured in his Absence/Presence exhibition  on July 4 – 29 at the Eells Gallery located on the grounds of the Blossom Music CenterKent State University’s School of Art Galleries present, “Absence/Presence,” featuring the work of artist and assistant professor of art at Kent State University at Trumbull Phillip Buntin.

The show runs July 4 – 29 at the Eells Gallery located on the grounds of the Blossom Music Center. The Eells Gallery is open two hours prior to and through the intermission of every Cleveland Symphony Orchestra Concert.

“I begin with the same original drawing which is repeated multiple times in each painting and each time in different ways,” Buntin says. “In each work, I have made specific formal choices that seek to disallow or at least make more complex the perception of the gestalt of the paintings."

For more information about the exhibition, contact Anderson Turner, director of Galleries, School of Art at 330-672-1369.

POSTED: Monday, July 2, 2012 - 12:00am
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