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The Morning Stroll

Camryn King holds a Master’s degree in Writing and Digital Communications, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature with a minor in Art History, from Agnes Scott College. Camryn served as editor and designer of the Aurora Literary Arts Magazine at Agnes Scott, heading the selection process of visual art submissions and the […]

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Waves On A Rocky Shore

Camryn King holds a Master’s degree in Writing and Digital Communications, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature with a minor in Art History, from Agnes Scott College. Camryn served as editor and designer of the Aurora Literary Arts Magazine at Agnes Scott, heading the selection process of visual art submissions and the

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Limitations and Whimsy: Marginalized Bodies in Entwined at MCMA

Blue Magic by Zipporah Camille Thompson Avoiding lowski and explain by Richard-Jonathan Nelson Avoiding lowski and explain by Richard-Jonathan Nelson Limitations and Whimsy: Marginalized Bodies in Entwined at MCMA By Camryn King, spring 2023 curatorial intern             An exciting exhibition is on display until June 4th at the Marietta Cobb Museum of Art entitled Entwined:

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The Way of Watercolors: Lena Reznik’s “Morning Model” and Ali Cavanaugh’s “Why? What?”

The Way of Watercolors: Lena Reznik’s “Morning Model” and Ali Cavanaugh’s “Why? What?” Morning Model Lena Reznik By Camryn King, winter 2023 intern           This season at the Marietta Cobb Museum of Art, there is an inspiring selection from the permanent collection on exhibit alongside Michael Heffernan’s solo exhibition, Wayfinding: The Synthesis of Poetic and

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Composition and Symbolism in Alea Hurst’s “The Optimist”

Composition and Symbolism in Alea Hurst’s “The Optimist” By Camryn King, winter 2023 intern           Among the artwork selected from the museum’s permanent collection for this season’s exhibition at the Marietta Cobb Museum of Art, The Optimist by Alea Hurst stands out. This small print packs a big punch with symbolism, Pop Art style, and

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Michael Heffernan

Wayfinding

Analyzing Michael Heffernan’s “Wayfinding” and “Long Shadows Over Sedge II”   By Camryn King, winter 2023 intern           Through March 12, 2023, the Marietta Cobb Museum of Art presents the solo exhibition, Wayfinding: The Synthesis of Poetic and Visual Language by Michael Heffernan. This exhibition features poetic writing and abstract paintings by the Irish-born, Atlanta-based

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