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Visual arts professor exhibits artwork in Missouri and Georgia

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Biological undertones appear regularly in Erin McIntosh's artwork. Now some of those pieces are part of an exhibit at Weinberger Fine Art, a gallery in Kansas City, Missouri. McIntosh is an assistant professor of visual arts at the University of North Georgia.

When Erin McIntosh was a kid, she was given a toy microscope.

"I would run outside, collect specimens and look at them under the microscope," said the assistant professor of visual arts at the University of North Georgia (UNG). "I'm fascinated by the sheer complexity of all natural forms on a molecular and cellular level. It's a whole other universe."

Now, those fascinating biological undertones appear regularly in McIntosh's artwork, including her recent exhibit at Weinberger Fine Art, a gallery in Kansas City, Missouri.

McIntosh's paintings and works on paper are part of a three-person exhibit called "Fugitive Color." The other two artists are ceramic artist Linda Lighton and painter Kuzana Ogg. The exhibit runs from March 1 to April 28.

"This exhibition is especially exciting for me, because it represents showing my work in another region of the country," McIntosh said, noting she has been part of many shows in Georgia. "While it is not the first time for me to show my work outside of the Southeast, it is the first time for my work to be included in a show that is not a large group show."

McIntosh also has a solo show titled "Dialogue: Paintings by Erin McIntosh" that runs from March 28 to April 28 in the McCrary Gallery in the Murphey Art Building at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia.

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