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Paula Brandel grew up in rural Minnesota, and her work frequently deals with the geography that was her formative visual milieu. Her abstract paintings reference structures that humans impose on the landscape, but she softens the rational geometry of…

Original artwork, reproduced as illustrations for: Sugihara, Yoshie and David W. Plath. Sensei and his people. (Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, 1969). P. 174.

Lee Running received a MFA in Sculpture at the University of Iowa in 2005, and received her BFA from Pratt Institute in 1999.

Introduction written in 1965 by Paul Dysart, Jr., grandson to Henry Dysart. Original diary donated to the National Military Park, Pea Ridge, Arkansas.

Before retiring in the spring of 2004, Keith was the head of the University of Iowa printmaking program. He has been appointed to many visiting artist and lecturer positions in the last forty years. His work is in more than 80 museum, institutional…