A Beautiful winter morning in the sculpture garden…
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The Museum’s traveling exhibition Sketches to Sculptures, Rendered Reality: Sixty Years with Marshall M. Fredericks opened at the Krasl Art Center in St. Joseph, MI last Friday to a large, appreciative audience.
Krasl’s Executive Director Julia Gourley and Director of Exhibitions and Collections Tami Miller did a fine job of installing the exhibition…it looked wonderful in the exhibition gallery.
Richard Hunt, whose sculpture is on exhibit at the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture through Jan. 25, 2014, drove up from Chicago for the opening. It was great to see him.
A long-time colleague, Thelda Mathews, surprised me when she and her husband Fred introduced themselves. They drove from Dowagiac to attend the opening. Thelda reminded me that when she was working at the K&M Machine-Fabricating in Cassopolis she worked on Marshall Fredericks’s Christ on the Cross plaster figure.
The Sketches to Sculptures, Rendered Reality: Sixty Years with Marshall M. Fredericks exhibition opens next at the Midland Center for the Arts on Sept. 13, 2014.
Left to right: Thelda Mathews, Richard Hunt, Tami Miller, Marilyn Wheaton, and Julia Gourley with Marshall Fredericks’s Saints & Sinners at the Krasl Art Center opening