(Left to Right) - Elizabeth (Bay) Hammond, Clara Dennison, Ed Brohel (PSU Art Museum Director), Chip Kent (Rockwell the 4th), Kathi Coane, Chris Kent (behind Kathi), Barbara Kent Carter (center front), Patrick Finney (behind Barbara), Ellen Pearce (next to Barbara), Thayer Carter (behind Ellen), Natasha Kent, Molly Carter, Rosie (Molly's sister), Scott R. Ferris (guest curator). photo by Keith Tyo
|Guest Curator, Scott R. Ferris:||ESSAY|
|Museum Director, Edward R. Brohel:||STATEMENT|
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This current exhibition, "Generations," will add to the energy and expand the information that the Rockwell Kent Gallery and Collection can support in the future. Scott Ferris, an alumnus of Plattsburgh State, is devoting his energy and ability to the professional study of Kent and his works. This show is the result of his current research. It is special in itself, and because of the template it continues--we will on many more projects like this.|
The college invites the Kent family to share with us--our educational mission and our understanding of our debt to their predecessor.
Edward R. Brohel, Director
Plattsburgh State Art Museum
Rockwell Kent Gallery and Collection
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The Plattsburgh State Art Museum is comprised of over 4,500 works of art, representing numerous regions of the world, from the ancient to the contemporary. Works are displayed within our three main galleries, an outdoor sculpture park and exhibition areas throughout the campus. These facilities produce over twenty-five exhibitions a year of both a national and regional nature. Expanding upon the pluralistic ideal of Andre Malreaux's concept of a "Museum Without Walls," the Plattsburgh State Art Museum has become an open visual art resource for the College and the Champlain Valley/Adirondack Region.