Art About Agriculture 2014: Agricultural Bounty and Community in the City and the Town
Welcome to the College of Agricultural Sciences' Art About Agriculture
Art About Agriculture encourages artists to investigate the visual resources of the science and practice that sustains human life: agriculture. It strives to develop an understanding and appreciation of food and fiber production, especially among people not traditionally acquainted with agriculture. It was established in 1983 as the first annual arts competition and tour exhibit with an agricultural theme.
The Fields & Woodlands by W.E. Shumway exhibit will also be showing down the hall of the Murdock
Gallery. Bill was weaned on abstract expressionism in the
sixties but his training was rather traditional, with an emphasis
on drawing. The images, therefore, tend to move back and forth
from abstract to expressively representational.