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Installation at the Morgan Conservatory. Navigation: Lake Erie, This is the last day for the Exhibition, March 19th.  
Dear all,

The Navigation: Lake Erie/The Great Lakes installationExhibition was reviewed by Michael Gill in the CAN. The article can be viewed at this link:  http://canjournal.org/2021/03/the-challenge-of-navigation-timothy-frerichs-at-the-morgan-conservatory/

Other news:

I will be presenting an Artist Talk on the Bloom Maps Series currently on display for the AART International Anatolian Art Symposium, Eskisehir, Turkey this April 15-16th. The presentation will focus on the content, process and methodology in creating the 10 Bloom Maps works.

The Navigation: Lake Erie/The Great Lakes installation and exhibition has been booked with the Burchfield Penny Art Center, Buffalo, NY: https://www.burchfieldpenney.org/main/ for April through July 22, 2022. I will be adding further developed work as the year progresses.

My special thank you to the Morgan Conservatory, Anna Tararova, and Tom Balbo for all your help and support to make the exhibition a reality during these challenging times.

Tim

This project was made possible in part through a 2019 Global Warming Grant Project, from Ben Perrone and Environment Maze Project donors, administered by Arts Service Initiative.



Below: Bloom Map Wire and Bloom Map Black Roots 1
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