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The Work of Terry Inlow, “A Mostly Humorous Retrospective”

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On Wednesday, October 25, 2017 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, the Harcum Art Gallery will be hosting an artist’s reception for the new art exhibit, “A Mostly Humorous Retrospective.”

The new art exhibit features the work of Terry Inlow. Inlow worked at Wilmington College for more than forty years in the art department and has showcased his creations in many Ohio cities.

This contemporary exhibit features photographs that art curator Hal Shunk describes as “the photographs that people might throw away,” but which Inlow has recycled with fresh creativity.

The Harcum Gallery hosted the works of Andrew Yakscoe recently, but audiences will see a completely different theme in this exhibit. “A Mostly Humorous Retrospective” is just that – humorous. The photographs contain captions meant to make the viewer smile. Shunk explains that “art does not have to be serious. This is art for art enjoyment.”

“Art does not have to be serious. This is art for art enjoyment.” – Hal Shunk

The opening reception will include refreshments and music provided by Collegium Musicum, led by Elizabeth Haskins. The Terry Inlow exhibit will be displayed starting with the opening reception and lasting until December 9, 2017. All are welcome to visit during normal gallery hours, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Layne Frederick
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Layne Frederick is a second year student and Copy Editor of The Witness. He double majors in Communication Arts and Mathematics and has a minor in Theatre. He is interested in the performing arts and enjoys watching television shows and reading books. He is also involved with STEM Society and a variety of other organizations on campus.

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