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Untethered, Sculpture and Prints by Joyce J. Scott

Sculptor, jeweler, printmaker, performance artist, and educator, Joyce J. Scott's influences are as wide-ranging as her media: from African and Native American experiences to comic books, television, and other venues of popular American culture. For more than three decades, from her home base in Baltimore, this multi-talented artist and provocateur has created objects of exceptional skill and beauty while offering her own distinctive commentary on social issues such as stereotyping, violence, and other forms of social injustice. She has collaborated often with her mother, Elizabeth Talford Scott, has exhibited widely across the country, and was featured in a major solo show at the Baltimore Museum of Art in 2000.

Exhibition Dates:
January 21st, 2003 - February 6th, 2003
In the Fine Arts and Johnson Center Galleries

Thursday, February 6th:
Artist's Talk: 4:30pm, B104 Fine Arts Building
Reception: 5:30 - 7:30pm, Johnson Center Gallery

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