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Gallery Exhibit Crosses Boundary Lines of Land, Water


Scanned and digitally colored images comprise the artist's "A Difficult Nature" series.
Scanned and digitally colored images comprise the artist’s “A Difficult Nature” series.
Photographer Robin Germany speaks about the combination of ecology and philosophy that informs her art.
Photographer Robin Germany speaks about the combination of ecology and philosophy that informs her art.
"Sim-Biotic" continues through April 23.
“Sim-Biotic” continues through April 23.
Faculty members discuss the pinhole peek provided by Germany's "On the Brink" photos.
Faculty members discuss the pinhole peek provided by Germany’s “On the Brink” photos.
The crowd – including gallery manager Penny G. Lutz (right), colorfully dressed to complement the exhibition – listens to the artist's remarks.
The crowd – including gallery manager Penny G. Lutz (right), colorfully dressed to complement the exhibition – listens to the artist’s remarks.

Scores of patrons visited “Sim-Biotic,” a unique exhibition of nature photographs by Robin Germany that officially opened Thursday with an artist’s talk and reception in The Gallery at Penn College. The free exhibit continues through April 23 on the third floor of Madigan Library. Public hours are 1-4 p.m. Sundays, 2-7 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, and 11 a.m.- 5 p.m. Wednesdays and Fridays. The gallery will be closed April 3-5.
Photos by Dalaney T. Vartenisian, student photographer

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