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Unformatted text preview: admired the most were the morning and evening skies by Robert Dente. It was two murals of painted rectangular panels which the shapes represents religious or spiritual life. My expectations of the gallery I guess was high, but the gallery is small and it carried a lot of pieces. Also on the outside of the university campus the gallery has something called the “Art Walk,” which had some extreme but beautiful sculptures of art. As you walk all over the campus you see sculptures or rocks that have been painted and shaped by artists or students. In conclusion, I would have to say that visiting the gallery gave me a better perspective on art. For me I was well taken away with how one picture can say a million words or the quality of the painted seems so rich....
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- Fall '11
- Accounting, The Gallery of Contemporary Art