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January 24, 2011

Austonian Artist Cynthia Camlin Featured at Austin Museum of Art

Camlin The Austonian art collection features artists with strong Texas ties. Each piece was carefully chosen to embody the style of the property and the local roots of the high-rise building.

One such artist is Cynthia Camlin, whose images of deer and elk reconfigure the idea of the natural antler into a twisting, overgrown structure that portrays the idea of untamed nature.

A piece from Camlin’s deer and elk series hangs in the 10th floor hallway of The Austonian near the Skybox, a room with a billiard table, bar and view of the Texas State Capitol. An edition of the same print is showing in Austin Museum of Art’s exhibit “Advancing Tradition: 20 Years of Printmaking at Flatbed Press,” which is a retrospective of work from the renowned Austin-based printmaking studio and gallery.

For more information on “Advancing Tradition: 20 Years of Printmaking at Flatbed Press,” visit the AMOA website. To view art included in the exhibition, visit the Printeresting.org website.  

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