The Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art recently celebated their original founders for the large gift of art that started the museum's present day collection of nearly 1,400 works. Ingeniously organized by the Berman Museum’s new Director Charles Stainback, Ursinus professor of art history Matthew Shoaf, and an interdisciplinary mix of Ursinus students and staff, this showing was like making art, out of art, in architecture. Needless to say, the exhibition was beautiful and it made us ecstatic to be a part of it.
Capturing that special moment between youth and adulthood is special- as we say goodbye to the "good ole days" and welcome the wonders of being a grown-up. Our graduate needed a few photos for the yearbook and liked the soft naturalness of the late fall scenery.
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