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Focus on Color: The Photography of Jeannette Klute

The new exhibition Focus on Color: The Photography of Jeannette Klute (June 21, 2009 – September 27, 2009) features a series of approximately 30 color photographs by innovative photographer Jeannette Klute (b.1918), drawn from more than fifty of her prints held in the Bruce Museum’s permanent collection.

The new exhibition Focus on Color: The Photography of Jeannette Klute (June 21, 2009 – September 27, 2009) features a series of approximately 30 color photographs by innovative photographer Jeannette Klute (b.1918), drawn from more than fifty of her prints held in the Bruce Museum’s permanent collection. Ranging from landscapes to intimate “woodland portraits” of orchids, ferns, and trees, Jeannette Klute’s photographs of New England are vibrant compositions produced through the labor intensive dye-transfer process. The exhibition is supported by the Charles M. and Deborah G. Royce Exhibition Fund.

Please note that the exhibition Focus on Color: The Photography of Jeannette Klute is on view in the Bantle Lecture Gallery, which may be closed for viewing due to programs taking place in the gallery. Please call ahead, or check the Bruce Museum website for non-viewing times due to other programs taking place.

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