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Beyond Their Natural Range: April Flanders

April 1, 2011 – June 4, 2011(This exhibition has passed.)

Printmaker April Flanders’ current work addresses the uncontrollable nature of invasive botanical species in the Appalachian region, influenced by humankind’s fascination with the exotic, and perhaps driven by the need for individuality. Beyond Their Natural Range reveals the result of this obsession as an unnatural, globalized landscape that means an inexorable death for native species.

Beyond Their Natural Range: April Flanders

About the artist

April Flanders holds an MFA in printmaking from Arizona State University. She has had solo exhibitons at galleries in Arizona, Florida, Tennessee, Missouri and Delaware. Her work has been featured in group shows at museums and galleries nationally and internationally. Her work is in several public collections, including the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art and the Tucson Museum of Art. She is on faculty at Appalachian’s Department of Art.

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