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Point, Counterpoint: San Francisco Through the Eyes of Charlotte Cook-Fuller and Lynette Cook
September 17, 2015 – February 28, 2016

This exhibition features thirteen pairs of textiles and paintings by a mother/daughter team created in response to the same subject: San Francisco. An award-winning astronomical illustrator, Bay Area artist Lynette Cook has recently returned to her training in fine art painting, while her Baltimore-based mother Charlotte Cook-Fuller turned to textile collage art in her later years after a distinguished academic career in nutrition at Towson University. Point, Counterpoint invites viewers to witness an intimate dialogue between mother and daughter as they explore their artistic responses to a shared favorite place through different media.

Visitor Information

On view 11am–4pm Tuesday–Friday, noon–4pm Saturday–Sunday (last tour departs at 3pm) / Included with guided museum tour admission, or $3 exhibition only.

Point, Counterpoint: San Francisco through the Eyes of Charlotte Cook-Fuller and Lynette Cook will appear in the North Wing Gallery.

Programs
Curator

The exhibition is curated by James Archer Abbott, Director and Curator of Evergreen Museum & Library.

Sponsor

The exhibition and accompanying publication are made possible, in part, by the Evergreen House Foundation, the Maryland State Arts Council, and John and Mary Ann Beckley.