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IEMA Collection Book: 100 Selections

 

 

 
  size:  8.5x8.5
pages:  112
binding:  Hard Cover
ISBN:  978-0-9842797-4-6
edited by:  Gene Sasse
design by:  Fred Hartson
text by:  Laurie Morrison
price:  $30
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
     
 

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Artistic expression and appreciation crosses cultural boundaries, and is an essential ingredient in community connections. Creating strong bonds within the community, while addressing the need for cultural enhancement and educational support, can be an effective tool in developing a city; this strengthening results in the enrichment of individuals, communities and regions.

Art is both rest and stimulation. The viewer has the opportunity to step outside of themselves and take a breath, to appreciate the unfamiliar, and possibly come away from the experience with a sense of connection to something larger than themselves. Art refreshes our souls, and engages our minds.

These “100 Selections” represent prominent artists throughout the western states and across the globe. Inland Empire Museum of Art is a local and regional museum that is international in scope. Because of the generosity of the artists, and donors, and their belief in the Inland Empire Museum of Art, the collection is continually growing. By giving to the arts, the essence of civilization is preserved. The gift of artwork to a museum turns the act of collecting into an act of sharing; bringing joy to others, creating value for the museum and developing a legacy that serves the community for years to come.

   
 

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