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November 12, 2009

ULM art professor selected for sculpture works

Cliff Tresner, associate professor of art at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, is exhibiting sculpture at both a national and state venue, including the Salmagundi XIII indoor/outdoor Sculpture Exhibition at the Imperial Arts Center at Rosy Mount, N.C.

Tresner’s sculpture “Oarspace,” a 10-foot tall steel and wood sculpture was selected by Juror Shawn Morin, and will remain on display until August 2010.

Tresner’s “Tree Tied,” steel, aluminum, and wood sculpture was also selected for the Marjorie Morrison Sculpture Biennial at the Hammond Regional Arts Center of Hammond. Juror Rose Courville selected Tresner’s work for exhibition from among several Louisiana artists.

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