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‘Quiet Places’ features paintings by Patrice DeLorenzo Brown

‘Quiet Places’ features paintings by Patrice DeLorenzo Brown
Article from Farmington Daily Times:
Paintings from Patrice DeLorenzo Brown displayed at the Humanities Balcony Art Gallery

Patrice DeLorenzo Brown was inspired to paint “Waking Moment” after seeing a scene outside of her house. (Courtesy of San Juan College)

FARMINGTON — Patrice DeLorenzo Brown grew up in the northwestern part of the United States and was always in awe of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.

As a junior in high school, she thought she was going to be a nurse. But after starting college, she decided to pursue a bachelor’s degree in fine arts, which she then followed with a master’s in fine arts.

On Thursday, DeLorenzo Brown greeted friends, fellow artists and art enthusiasts at a reception for her current show, Quiet Places.

The show is on display at San Juan College’s Humanities Balcony Art Gallery. It will run through Nov. 22.

DeLorenzo Brown said she came up with the name for her show, Quiet Places, while looking over her paintings.

Farmington Daily Times

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Indiana’s TC Steele’s paintings to be reunited at new hospital
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INDIANAPOLIS — As patients, visitors and doctors walk down the hallway of a new hospital, they’ll stroll through the heat of summer, a colorful fall day, a snowy forest in winter and the blooming leaves of spring.

Four paintings, one for each season, will line the conference room hallway at the new Eskenazi Health facility being built in downtown Indianapolis. The paintings, a set created about a century ago, will be together in the same building for the first time in nearly 40 years.

Indiana painter T.C. Steele finished the paintings in 1914 for Marion County General Hospital, now called Wishard Memorial Hospital. They were glued to the walls to look like murals. In 1960, the paintings were removed from the walls and badly damaged in the process. They then went to hang in the auditorium and an upstairs classroom, and the winter scene was given to the Indiana State Museum in 1976, the Daily Journal reported.

The paintings remained separated until now, when a Center Grove area company will reframe and move them to the new hospital, which will open Dec. 7 and replace Wishard.

Each painting is about 6 feet by 10 feet and may be among the biggest Steele ever made, hospital director of special projects and civic investments Michael Kaufman said.

Taking the paintings down, installing newly built frames and moving them to the new location wi…………………continues on News Sentinel
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