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Do You See What I See? (Light in the Darkness), an invitational Advent exhibition at Christ Presbyterian Church, 944 E. Gorham Street, Madison features two of my works.  Please join me on Sunday, November 20 from 3:00–4:30 p.m. for the opening reception . The exhibition will continue through mid-January.

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My work will be featured in the Critters! Exhibition at the Plymouth Arts Center (520 East Mill Street, Plymouth, WI 53073) from August 12 – October 7, 2016.  The Opening Reception is Friday, August 12, 4:00pm – 7:00 pm.

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Substitution, Rachel Durfee, ©2015, mixed media, 29 1/2″ x 37 1/2″

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My work, “The Honor of Your Presence is Requested…” is included in this traveling exhibit organized by CIVA (Christians in the Visual Arts).  The exhibit features thirty-five carefully selected works from artists such as Albrecht Durer, Jasper Johns and CIVA-member artists.  To view the images, see the travel schedule or for rental information please visit   http://civa.org/exhibits/traveling-exhibits/come-to-the-table/

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Of Being In Significance, my entire series of 26 images made from a single woodcut and accompanying poetry, was exhibited February 9- March 6, 2014 at the Ganton Art Gallery, Spring Arbor University, MI.

To view a virtual version of the exhibit:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GshMxxQyAFQ

To view my Artist’s Talk (3 parts) watch here:

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Rachel Durfee and Linda P. HancockIdeas May Shift
Combined solo exhibits Overture Gallery IIApril 9 – June 24, 2012
You can watch my Gallery Talk here:

I use woodcut prints, paper constructions and poetry to illuminate and interpret “the internal psychological environment.”  The selected images, from my butterfly series, reflect the seasons of life and contrast mankind’s creative and destructive powers with its ultimate frailty and powerlessness.

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Internationally exhibited artist Makoto Fujimura created an original lithograph, “Song of the Bird King” for the Geneva Forum which was held on the University of Wisconsin-Madison in February 2010.  Only a few prints from this small edition are still available for purchase for only $500 (unframed).  Please contact me if you are interested.

A painter, author, former appointee to the National Council on the Arts and founder of IAM (International Arts Movement), Fujimura is a deep thinker and engaging speaker.   Raised and educated bi-culturally, Fujimura’s work fuses abstract expressionism, which he explored in the US, with the traditional Japanese art of Nihonga. His art speaks of hope and the deeper reconsideration of life’s meaning within the context of beauty.  One who wrestles with deep issues of art, faith and humanity, Fujimura encourages us to see the culturally transformative potentials of creating extravagant, love-filled ‘Prodigal Art’.

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