On Display September 5th - November 26th, 2018
Open daily in the Majestic Theater Art Gallery
This exhibit highlights and contrasts the work of two artists recording their impressions of the Adams County landscape. Separated by over 140 years of history and technology, George Leo Frankenstein and Daniel Gilbert have each responded to this historic rural environment with the tools most appropriate to their time. For George Leo Frankenstein, oil paints loosely brushed on paper suggested the humid summer atmosphere of the Gettysburg Battlefield three years after the conflict. For Daniel Gilbert, his 35mm camera allowed him to explore the textures and warm colors of fall foliage in dynamic compositions.
This exhibit is presented in partnership with Gettysburg College's Musselman Library.
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