Ripon native artist Perre Kerch holding summer showing at 314: Ripon College Project Space
Ripon native artist Perre Kerch will be exhibiting his watercolor landscape paintings at 314: Ripon College Project Space this summer.
Kerch has returned from travels across the country to exhibit his vision of the American landscape in these works. The paintings are carefully wrought compositions of Kerch’s current home near Duluth, Minnesota. His artwork connects to a legacy of artists who have elevated and romanticized the American landscape.
314 is open by appointment during the summer months. Please email [email protected] to schedule a viewing. All works are for sale.
314: Ripon College Project Space is located at 314 Watson St., the main thoroughfare of Ripon. It is envisioned as a multi-use venue to host art exhibits, concerts, poetry readings, lectures, performances, speakers, classes, community events and more.
The Watson Street location was intentionally chosen to bring attention and excitement to our downtown area and to involve not only the Ripon College campus but the community at large. The intention is that people will organize and attend events at 314 to bring attention to the downtown and to celebrate the many interests that Ripon as a whole has to offer. Private events and parties also can be reserved. College and community members who want to organize an event or meeting are invited to contact the 314 coordinators on the Ripon College website at ripon.edu/314
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