Summer sunrise over the Mississippi River at Effigy Mounds, bald eagles flying over an ice-covered Rathbun Lake or brilliant autumn leaves along the Loess Hills. All are examples of work featured in a photography exhibit being assembled to go on a statewide tour starting in the New Year.Lynette Pohlman, director of university museums at Iowa State University. says, the exhibition has 60 works of art by 19 Iowa photographers who were commissioned to capture the Hawkeye State’s natural beauty over one year in time.The photographers were sent to 60 Iowa public park sites to shoot pictures during each of the four seasons. The exhibit is scheduled to open at the Brunnier Art Museum at I-S-U in January of 2002. The exhibit will be making stops in several Iowa museums, nature centers and visitor centers between early 2002 and 2004.
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