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A love for the coast
Averitt exhibit highlights GSU professors art
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This painting of blue crabs is one of eight that is part of an exhibition by Georgia Southern art professor Elsie Taliaferro Hill now hanging in the Legend's Gallery of the Averitt Center for the Arts. - photo by Special
Eight paintings hang in the second floor gallery of the Averitt Center, containing various forms of water-colors and non-traditional landscapes built with the spirit of coastal areas in Georgia and near New York City in mind. In the Legend’s Gallery of the downtown arts center, Georgia Southern’s Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art is sponsoring a show from one of their own, “Elsie Taliaferro Hill: Recent Work.” An assistant professor of art at GSU, the exhibit is Hill’s first showing for the group of eight paintings and is a collection of works created between 2008 and 2011, when she spent time in New York and Savannah.
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