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Date: Tue 04/04/23 12:00AM - Sat 06/03/23 12:00AM
Location: Rita Blitt Gallery

Water is the most common chemical compound on Earth. It covers 71 percent of the planet’s surface, and comprises 70 percent of the human body.

Featuring works from the permanent collection, Dancing Waters creates an opportunity to observe conversational moments between Rita Blitt’s paintings and sculptures and the works of other artists who explore the capacity of water to shape coastlines and change the world. You will see coastlines beaten into submission, placid moments filled with deep blues or searing reflections, and reminders that water is a precious resource that is threatened by access, pollution, and climate change.

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Image top left:  Rita Blitt, Celebrating Fall in Aspen, 2003, acrylic on canvas (detail)
Image bottom left: Kenda North, Descent, 2012-14, ultrachrome pigment on Hahnemuhle Turner paper (detail)

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