Museum in Dennis, Mass., is third stop on Koch's national solo exhibition tour
Posted 06.02.09 by MICA Media Relations
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DENNIS, Mass.--MICA faculty Philip Koch, who teaches in the College's drawing and foundation departments, will exhibit his vividly-colored contemporary landscape paintings at the Cape Cod Museum of Art June 20-Aug. 16. The museum is the third venue on Koch's nationally touring exhibition, Unbroken Thread: Nature Paintings and the American Imagination. The Art of Philip Koch, now scheduled to show at seven art museums through 2011.
Koch and his paintings are featured in Cape Cod Life magazine's annual Art of the Cape & Islands issue.
His works were exhibited in MICA's Pinkard Gallery Jan. 30-March 15.
For more information about the artist, call 410-225-2300.Image caption: Philip Koch, Equinox, oil on panel, 2008.
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