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California State University, Sacramento

Posted: September 27, 1999

Exhibit Features Monotypes, Ceramics and Sculptures

Union Exhibit Lounge visitors can feast their eyes on monotypes, ceramics and sculptures during a presentation of new works by acclaimed sculptor and ceramist David Ogle and West Coast monotype artist Eileen Hill.

The show runs through Friday, Oct. 8 and is open 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday.

Ogle, head of the sculpture and ceramics departments at West Valley College in Saratoga, presents a series of sculptures entitled Chi: The Vital Spirit. Ogle uses surreal imagery to depict various aspects of the human experience.

Hundreds of exhibitions in the United States, England and Europe feature Ogle's sculptures and ceramics. He primarily creates figurative sculptures but also works with other materials including plastics, wood and cast metals.

Hill, who has shown her work over the last 20 years in California and Nevada, presents a recent series of monotypes. The Santa Clara Mission College drawing and design professor has a background in the study and execution of metal, glass, jewelry and three-dimensional artwork. Her works are part of several permanent gallery collections including ones at The E.B. Crocker Museum, Apple Computer and Silicon Graphics.

More information is available at 278-6595.


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