AUBURN – Art students at Central Maine Community College will exhibit their work at the college from April 19 through May 10. The opening reception will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 19, in Jalbert Hall. It is free and the public is invited. Refreshments will be served.

The show will feature the work of students in the spring 2-Dimensional Art course, which has been taught in Boothbay Harbor, and in the 3-Dimensional Art and Approaches to Art courses, which are taught on the Auburn campus.

The Boothbay Harbor course is taught by Sandra Dutton, an award-winning painter/illustrator who has shown most recently at the University of Southern Maine, Maine Art Gallery, Boothbay Art Foundation and Gleason’s.

She formerly taught art and architecture students at New York Institute of Technology and has written and illustrated several books. She holds a PhD from the University of Louisville.

Misha Tomic teaches 3-Dimensional Art and Approaches to Art at the campus in Auburn. He is an internationally-renown painter/photographer, with 19 years of experience teaching art in higher education, in the U.S. and in his native Yugoslavia. His work is being exhibited at the Commons Gallery in Norway.

He has also shown in Washington D.C., New York City, Moscow, Toronto, Buffalo and several cities in the former Yugoslavia, as well as at galleries and exhibitions throughout Europe. He holds a bachelor of fine art and masters of fine arts from the University of Belgrade.

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