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A Transfer of Spirit: a selection of artists who studied with Roger Winter

Kirk Hopper Fine Art

September 20 - October 25, 2014

Winter, professor emeritus at SMU, has been a fertile source for his pupils over the years. "This expansive exhibition will include over 45 of Winter's past students including familiar names such as: John Alexander, David Bates, Brian Cobble, Ana Corberó, Lilian Garcia-Roig, Laurie Hickman Cox, Suzanne Kelley Clark, Stephen Mueller, Gail Norfleet, Dan Rizzie, and Kathy Windrow."



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