Exhibition Dates: January 30 - April 17, 2016
Goblins, wizards, trolls, elves, animals, and pathways amid craggy trees: such are the subjects that captivated Richard Holzschuh, a gifted illustrator in the tradition of Arthur Rackham and Kay Nielson. Whether jolly, wondrous, or slightly menacing, his drawings are meticulously executed and full of absorbing detail. It is a nostalgic world of imagination and intimate communication between generations, as old and young readers come together to reinvent the stories for themselves. Featuring 40 to 50 framed watercolors, drawings, pastels, and prints, this exhibition will be presented in ways friendly to both adults and children.
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