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Margo Sawyer, Reflect, San Antonio Museum of Art

Margo Sawyer: The Presence and Absence of Color

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The Neidorff Art Gallery proudly presents Margo Sawyer: The Presence and Absence of Color, an installation created specifically for Trinity University. Comprised of large sculptural works, etched mirrors, colored acrylic and glass, reflective orbs, and myriad other objects, this installation explores the relationship between space, light, pattern, and form. The Presence and Absence of Color creates an experience of contemplation, reflection, and transcendence. Professor Sawyer’s work has been exhibited both nationally in New York, Los Angeles, New Haven, Houston, Dallas, Austin, and internationally in the United Kingdom, Italy, India, Japan, and recently, the United States Embassy in Pristina, Kosovo.

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