PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State University’s Compton Union Gallery
opens its fall season Aug. 28 with “Portraits of Forgotten Places,”
photographs and paintings by Travis Warren and Ryan Babcock.

Photographer Warren and painter Babcock explore the Palouse region,
capturing images of rustic, rural buildings. The exhibit continues through Sept.
15, but is closed Sept. 4 for the Labor Day holiday.

From Sept. 18-Oct. 7, “6 x 365” will be on display at the gallery. Kathleen
Bodley’s narrative paintings and working drawings for scientific illustration tell
stories about landscapes and vulnerability. The exhibit will be open two
Saturdays during its run: Sept. 23 and Oct. 7.

The Outdoor Photography Exhibit is planned Oct. 9-27. Area photographers
share their experiences through pictures of nature, wildlife and people engaged
in outdoor activities. The exhibit will also be open Saturday, Oct. 21.

An exhibit of paintings by siblings, “Two Sisters Did Was,” runs Oct. 30-Nov.
18. Sisters Vicki and Susan Kallies are both painters with strong personal
visions influenced by their Wisconsin dairy farming roots. Their display, too,
can be seen on two Saturdays: Nov. 4 and 18.

The final gallery exhibit features primitive hooked rugs by Edith Hostetler from
Nov. 27-Dec. 15. Hostetler’s traditionally crafted rugs are equally at home as
floor coverings or as gallery-quality folk art.

The CUB Gallery, adjacent to the auditorium lobby, features work by local and
visiting artists, special traveling exhibits and displays of an educational and
informative nature. Its regular hours are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday and
select Saturdays.

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