High’s Michael Rooks builds collection, community; curates “Drawing Inside the Perimeter”

  [Editor's note: The High Museum of Art recently purchased one of KSU professor Robert…

Georgia (May 13, 2013)[Editor's note: The High Museum of Art recently purchased one of KSU professor Robert Sherer’s "Blood Works" paintings for its permanent collection. The piece was acquired from Kibbee Gallery in Atlanta and the purchase was orchestrated by KSU professor Ben Goldman who is the gallery's director. The piece will premiere in the Drawing Inside the Perimeter exhibition opening on June 29.]


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May 1, 2013

By Stephanie Cash
Sarah Emerson: 'Views from Underland, Darkness Falls,'  2012. Ink and gouache on paper, 12 x 16 inches.


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