John Walker: Moments of Observation
January 18 − July 14 • Sheldon Museum of Art, 12th and R streets on campus, Lincoln, Nebraska
About the exhibition
Over the past fifteen years, the vicissitudes of land and sea have been the subject of study for John Walker. In the exposition "Moments of observation"both large and small works are presented, created by the artist in response to much of this period on the Maine coast. Walker was born in Birmingham, England, in 1939, and studied in the UK and France. He was chosen to represent the United Kingdom on the Venetian Biennale 1972. He traveled a lot, he currently lives in the United States.
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