"Goodrich Silos" by Frank Herbert Mason The University Museum at IUP is proud to present an exhibition featuring paintings and sculpture from its permanent collection.

Items that will be shown will include the sculpture Josephine by renowned Ukrainian artist Alexander Archipenko, who during his career used new materials and new techniques in his work often breaking with conventions of the time.

Additionally, pottery from Native American artist Maria Montoya Poveka Martinez (San Ildefonso Pueblo), known for her black-on-black ceramic vessels, will be on display. Her work marks a crucial point in the extensive history of Pueblo pottery.

Recently restored painting Foggy Morning by prominent local artist Louise Pershing and the painting Goodrich Silos by artist Frank Herbert Mason will also be on exhibit. Mason's extensive research of the painting techniques of the Old Masters, manifested a profound impact on his own work.

"Foggy Morning" by Louise PershingThis exhibit is open now until November 20, 2020. There is no opening reception. To help stop the spread of COVID-19, face coverings are required in all university buildings. The exhibit has been designed and installed to help promote social distancing.

The University Museum is located on the first floor of Sutton Hall. The University Museum welcomes visitors during the following hours:

Tuesday through Friday: 2:00-5:00 p.m.

The Museum is closed Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and university holidays.

This exhibit is supported in part by the Student Cooperative Association at IUP. The University Museum receives state arts funding support from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, through the Pennsylvania Rural Arts Alliance.

For more information on this and other Museum events, please contact Audrey Swartz, IUP Department of Art, at 724-357-2530, or email museum-info@iup.edu.