Farmers Daughter

Art of Joseph Holston

October 26–February 29
University of Maryland University College
Arts Program Gallery
Lower Level
Inn and Conference Center
Adelphi, Maryland

You’re invited to join Joseph Holston as he discusses his current work on display at UMUC. 10–10:45 a.m., Wednesday, January 21, 2004, at the Arts Program Gallery in the Inn and Conference Center. RSVP by January 14. 301-985-7937

Joseph Holston's cubist abstractionist style has evolved over a fine arts career spanning nearly 30 years. Holston's style blends expressive color and rhythm, and appeals to audiences around the world, crossing cultural and social barriers. His many solo and group exhibitions have been met with both critical and popular acclaim. Today, Holston is a nationally renowned artist whose works are included in numerous public and private collections of individuals, institutions, and museums throughout the United States.

Farmer's Daughter, 2003, 40" x 30", oil on linen

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