Kupinsky Exhibit Reviewed

Debbie KupinskyDeb Kupinsky’s exhibit, “Echo,” currently on display in the Caestecker Gallery in Ripon College’s Rodman Center for the Arts received a warm review in the Appleton Post-Crescent. The Crescent‘s Taima Kern writes that Kupinsky’s art, “brings a sense of wonder, and otherworldly interest to the table with a series of sculptures that require a closer look.”

You can read the entire review here: Post Crescent Review

“Echo” will run at the Caestecker Gallery through March 1. You can learn more about the exhibit and the Ripon College Department of Art and Art History at www.ripon.edu/art.


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