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Tokar Miller’s artwork on display at UA

Citizen Staff Report

Citizen Staff Report

A new exhibition of paintings, drawings and sketches by Arizona native Nancy Tokar Miller is opening at the University of Arizona Museum of Art on Thursday.

Miller’s show is titled “In Retrospect” and is a survey exhibit of her works since 1971. The exhibit runs through April 5, according to a news release from the Museum of Art.

Tokar Miller’s work since 1971 is inspired by American Color-Field painting and Asian aesthetic traditions.

A catalog documenting the artist’s career will accompany the exhibition. It has contributions from museum executive director Charles A. Guerin, art historian Paul Eli Ivey, gallerists Terry Etherton and Jennifer Doran and poet Charles Alexander.

For more information, call 621-5676.

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