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Grace Hartigan, a member of the abstract expressionist movement in New York City along with Willem de Kooning and Jackson Pollock, was a respected faculty member at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) from 1965–2007.

Grace Hartigan, a member of the abstract expressionist movement in New York City along with Willem de Kooning and Jackson Pollock, was a respected faculty member at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) from

Part of the Maryland Artists Collection, this #UMUCArt piece can be seen at UMUC's Adelphi campus.

Part of the Maryland Artists Collection, this piece can be seen at UMUC's Adelphi campus.

This #UMUCArt collection piece is a 1969 work by American abstract expressionist painter, Grace Hartigan.

This collection piece is a 1969 work by American abstract expressionist painter, Grace Hartigan.

Ralph McGuire. Train Passing City, acrylic

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Today's featured #UMUCArt piece can be seen at the #UMUC Adelphi campus.

Today's featured piece can be seen at the Adelphi campus.

"That's roughly how Cage put it: 'I have nothing to say and I am saying it.' I have always thought that was a wonderful quote. It's the best chance we have to be able to keep on going." (Gerhard Richter, Interview with Jan Thorn-Prikker, 2004)

"That's roughly how Cage put it: 'I have nothing to say and I am saying it.' I have always thought that was a wonderful quote. It's the best chance we have to be able to keep on going." (Gerhard Richter, Interview with Jan Thorn-Prikker,

This #UMUCArt piece is from our permanent collection by artist, Selma Oppenheimer, known for her bold experimentation in all media and was referred to as "the dean of Maryland's women artists" by fellow artist, Bennard Perlman.

This piece is from our permanent collection by artist, Selma Oppenheimer, known for her bold experimentation in all media and was referred to as "the dean of Maryland's women artists" by fellow artist, Bennard Perlman.

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