Visitors to the new exhibit at the Rice University Media Center Gallery might think they're dreaming, but what they're really doing is taking in the work of Pennsylvania artist Patricia Bellan-Gillen.
described by the university’s Department of Visual and Dramatic
Wondering” can be
considered a “journey through the mysterious, the warped and the
whimsical,” as it invites viewers “to
explore a dreamland while being fully awake."
in 1969 by arts patrons Jean and Dominique de Menil, with guidance
from scholar Gerald O'Grady, the Rice University Media Center has a
history of working closely with the school’s art and art history
departments as well as its dramatic arts and cinema programs.
has welcomed its share of artists over the years. In 1970 Andy Warhol
visited and planted a tree with founder Dominique de
Menil, and actress Isabella Rossellini took part in a show of work by
her father, Roberto, in 1987.
Wondering” will be on display through Feb. 17.
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