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Miniature Monumental

I just returned from a sneak preview of Dodd Professorial Chair Kendall Buster's exhibition and... the opening is tonight and you should go.

The Lamar Dodd Distinguished Professorial Chair Kendall Buster is a sculptor who brings to her work a study in microbiology and a fascination with the dynamics of architectural design. Miniature Monumental will feature models and drawings produced during her residency at the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia. In Buster's work, scale is indeterminate, the monumental and miniature both in play. She regards her sculptural works as "models for an imaginary architecture where the natural and the built environment clash and merge." The exhibition gives viewers a rare glimpse into a studio process that informs both intimate works and large-scale site-specific projects.

Opening reception tonight in gallery 307 from 6 to 8pm tonight. Free and open to the public. What a treat.

Image: author's photo of sculpture by Kendall Buster.

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