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Works of art from the "Meisel Gift" at campus locations other than the Burke Gallery.

Museum Without Walls:
The Museum is comprised of over 4,450 antique to contemporary works, which are displayed within three main galleries, a developing sculpture park, and exhibition areas throughout the campus. Expanding on the pluralistic ideal in Andre Malreaux's concept of a Museum Without Walls, the Plattsburgh Art Museum has become an open visual art resource for the college and the Northern Adirondack/Champlain Valley Region. It forms an aesthetic network across the campus which makes the arts part of the fabric of the college.

Click for larger image. Jack Lembeck, Mare's Flying Machine #2,
acrylic on canvas, 1987, 108 x 108"
Museum Without Walls Location: Myers Fine Art Bldg., Stairwell

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Click for larger image. Jack Lembeck, Mare's Flying Machine,
acrylic on canvas, 1987, 108 x 108"
Museum Without Walls Location: Myers Fine Art Bldg., Stairwell

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Click for larger image. Jack Lembeck, Covered Cherry,
acrylic on canvas, 1981, 108 x 96"
Museum Without Walls Location: Feinberg Library Main Floor

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Click for larger image. Jack Lembeck, Slam Bang,
acrylic on canvas, 1980, 108 x 96"
Museum Without Walls Location: Feinberg Library Main Floor

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Click for larger image. Jack Lembeck, Candy Coated Landscape,
acrylic on canvas, 1988, 78 x 117"
Museum Without Walls Location: Feinberg Library 3rd Floor

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Click for larger image. Jack Lembeck, Candy Air Machine,
acrylic on canvas, 1987, 84 x 84"
Museum Without Walls Location: Feinberg Library 3rd Floor

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Click for larger image. Jack Lembeck, Damn Indian,
acrylic on canvas, 1982, 96 x 168"
Museum Without Walls Location: Angell Center, Plattsburgh Room

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Click for larger image. Jack Lembeck, Neptune's Rainfield,
acrylic on canvas, 1982-83, 112 x 174"
Museum Without Walls Location: Angell Center, Ballroom

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Click for larger image. Jack Lembeck, Cloudy Beginning,
acrylic on canvas, 1982, 96 x 168"
Museum Without Walls Location: Angell Center, Ballroom

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Click for larger image. Jack Lembeck, Swedish Corner,
acrylic on canvas, 1988, 96 x 144"
Museum Without Walls Location: Yokum Hall, Room 200

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Click for larger image. Jack Lembeck, Swedish Edge,
acrylic on canvas, 1988, 96 x 144"
Museum Without Walls Location: Yokum Hall, Room 200

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Click for larger image. Evelyn Ellwood, The Trees of Eden, #5,
acrylic on canvas, 1987, 72 x 56"
Museum Without Walls Location: Yokum Hall, Room 202

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Click for larger image. Jack Lembeck, Lighting Wright,
acrylic on canvas, 1986, 42 x 46"
Museum Without Walls Location:Hudson Hall, Lobby

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Click for larger image. George D. Green, French Music,
acrylic on canvas & wood, 1983, 60 x 50"
Museum Without Walls Location:Hudson Hall, Lobby

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Click for larger image. George D. Green, Middle Fork Blues,
acrylic on canvas & wood, 1991, 44.5 x 64"
Museum Without Walls Location:Hawkins Hall Lobby, #12

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Click for larger image. George D. Green, Buckskin Mary,
acrylic on canvas & wood, 1991, 46 x 62"
Museum Without Walls Location:Hawkins Hall Lobby, #11

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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.


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