Feb. 27-March 11, 2004
Vol. 34, Issue 4
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Think About It
Greenberg: Brown Helped break segregationist South
Medical Center operating in black
Headlines @ U.Va.
‘Homegrown’ administrator credits mentoring in career success
Faculty Senate turns its attention to matters of honor, money
He’s no dummy
Online master’s program trains nurse leaders from underserved rural areas
What About the Children?
Discovering new life at the bottom of the sea
Leap year has U.Va.’s zip code
Francesca Fuchs
Research yields benefits, mankind, marketplace

Francesca Fuchs

"White Daisy," detail, 2003, by Francesca Fuchs. Acrylic on canvas.

The art department’s visiting exhibit features recent work from artist-in-residence Francesca Fuchs. Colossal, decorative, nostalgic and cold, her flower paintings have a suspicious cheeriness. Icons of their time period, the patterns are taken from bed sheets and wallpaper found in thrift stores. The British artist, who lives in Houston, scans images and digitally manipulates them to filter out extraneous clutter, remix patterns and fine-tune color relationships.

Exhibit at Fayerweather Gallery, through March 5


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