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“ReCollection” Art Exhibit

Rountree Gallery 120 W. Main St., Platteville

Have you seen photogravure or anthrotypes? How about drawings of historic mining shafts using heavy debossing techniques? Or an artist's intrepretation of taxonomy, categorization and classification? Or how an artist is inspired by the forces and tensions of the Earth's strata and the visual cues we see from the top. There is also an interpretation…

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“ReCollection” Art Exhibit

Rountree Gallery 120 W. Main St., Platteville

Have you seen photogravure or anthrotypes? How about drawings of historic mining shafts using heavy debossing techniques? Or an artist's intrepretation of taxonomy, categorization and classification? Or how an artist is inspired by the forces and tensions of the Earth's strata and the visual cues we see from the top. There is also an interpretation…

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“ReCollection” Art Exhibit

Rountree Gallery 120 W. Main St., Platteville

Have you seen photogravure or anthrotypes? How about drawings of historic mining shafts using heavy debossing techniques? Or an artist's intrepretation of taxonomy, categorization and classification? Or how an artist is inspired by the forces and tensions of the Earth's strata and the visual cues we see from the top. There is also an interpretation…

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“ReCollection” Art Exhibit

Rountree Gallery 120 W. Main St., Platteville

Have you seen photogravure or anthrotypes? How about drawings of historic mining shafts using heavy debossing techniques? Or an artist's intrepretation of taxonomy, categorization and classification? Or how an artist is inspired by the forces and tensions of the Earth's strata and the visual cues we see from the top. There is also an interpretation…

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“ReCollection” Art Exhibit

Rountree Gallery 120 W. Main St., Platteville

Have you seen photogravure or anthrotypes? How about drawings of historic mining shafts using heavy debossing techniques? Or an artist's intrepretation of taxonomy, categorization and classification? Or how an artist is inspired by the forces and tensions of the Earth's strata and the visual cues we see from the top. There is also an interpretation…

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“ReCollection” Art Exhibit

Rountree Gallery 120 W. Main St., Platteville

Have you seen photogravure or anthrotypes? How about drawings of historic mining shafts using heavy debossing techniques? Or an artist's intrepretation of taxonomy, categorization and classification? Or how an artist is inspired by the forces and tensions of the Earth's strata and the visual cues we see from the top. There is also an interpretation…

Recurring

“ReCollection” Art Exhibit

Rountree Gallery 120 W. Main St., Platteville

Have you seen photogravure or anthrotypes? How about drawings of historic mining shafts using heavy debossing techniques? Or an artist's intrepretation of taxonomy, categorization and classification? Or how an artist is inspired by the forces and tensions of the Earth's strata and the visual cues we see from the top. There is also an interpretation…

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“ReCollection” Art Exhibit

Rountree Gallery 120 W. Main St., Platteville

Have you seen photogravure or anthrotypes? How about drawings of historic mining shafts using heavy debossing techniques? Or an artist's intrepretation of taxonomy, categorization and classification? Or how an artist is inspired by the forces and tensions of the Earth's strata and the visual cues we see from the top. There is also an interpretation…

Recurring

“ReCollection” Art Exhibit

Rountree Gallery 120 W. Main St., Platteville

Have you seen photogravure or anthrotypes? How about drawings of historic mining shafts using heavy debossing techniques? Or an artist's intrepretation of taxonomy, categorization and classification? Or how an artist is inspired by the forces and tensions of the Earth's strata and the visual cues we see from the top. There is also an interpretation…

Recurring

“ReCollection” Art Exhibit

Rountree Gallery 120 W. Main St., Platteville

Have you seen photogravure or anthrotypes? How about drawings of historic mining shafts using heavy debossing techniques? Or an artist's intrepretation of taxonomy, categorization and classification? Or how an artist is inspired by the forces and tensions of the Earth's strata and the visual cues we see from the top. There is also an interpretation…