WSU Tri-Cities Art Exhibit - Worth Griffin In Mexico, 1935 will be at the Consolidated Information Center (CIC), 2770 Crimson Way (located in Room 102) in Richland, Washington from November 2 to December 11 from 12:00 noon to 6:00 in the evening Monday through Thursday. The exhibit is free and open to the public.
Details of WSU Tri-Cities Art Exhibit - Worth Griffin In Mexico, 1935
Longtime WSU art instructor Worth D. Griffin's work will be featured in this show. Griffin taught fine arts at WSU Tri-Cities from 1924 until 1958. In 1935 he enhanced his own art education and techniques by joining a group in southern Mexico for about nine months. There he made many portraits and sketches.
Later, he produced beautiful watercolor paintings from the sketches. These artworks from his Mexico experience are the primary art to be on display at this show.
Grand opening reception is November 5 from 5:30 to 7:00 in the evening in CIC 102. For more information click here.
Posted by Colleen D. Lane