Haagensen Art Exhibitions

Tuesday, October 23 2012


Lynne Haagensen, professor of art presents "Rhythms in Spain," a solo exhibition, at the Herrett Center for Art and Science, JB King Gallery in Twin Falls, Idaho, Oct. 23- Nov. 24. Since 2005 when she was invited to be a guest artist at MIDE, Museo Internacional de Electrografía in Cuenca, professor Haagensen has returned to Spain at intervals. Her longest stay was in 2007 when she lived in Valencia for a semester while teaching as part of an international exchange at Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha. Most recently she was an artist in residence last fall for three months at Centre d'Art La Rectoria north of Barcelona. This exhibition includes artwork based on scenery from Cuenca, Seville, Valencia, Salamanca, Cadiz and small villages in Catalonia.

Also this fall and winter, Haagensen's art will be on view at the Idaho State Capitol as part of "Idaho Artists: Investing in Creativity," Nov. 3- Feb. 10. Her work "Where I Live," a band of imagery 21 inches high by 40 feet long will have a room to itself on the Garden Level. A related framed piece, "Western #2," will be in the group section of the show. Regional landscape and objects seen in the Appaloosa Horse Museum are the works' primary subjects.