Exhibit explores the animal powers of comic book superheroes and supervillains, and incorporates art pieces and historical artifacts to illustrate how characters influenced history and pop culture.
Colorful works are paired with some of RPM’s scientific collection as well as cultural artifacts from ancient Egypt and South America decorated with insects.
Local residents created artwork inspired by their own new and unique animalbased superhero or villain.
Collection of oil paintings by Robert Stark.
Exhibit examines the influence of counterculture on culture and commerce. WoodsTalk: Live -- Fireside Chat with Pop Culture Collector Michael Stern: April 1, 4 p.m. for a special.
Mixedmedia wall relief constructions and small, freestanding sculptural objects.
An eclectic collection of various artwork by Denise Tomasura will be open to the public.
Works by Doug Hilson. Opening reception: 7 to 9 p.m.
Works by Bruce Berman.
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