'Pattern, texture' focus of HMA exhibit

HUNTINGTON The Huntington Museum of Art will present “The Visual Elements: Pattern & Texture.”

The exhibit, which will continue through July 21, is the concluding exhibit in a two-year series focusing on the basic building blocks of art, starting with the simple line. Other exhibits have centered on shape and form, value, color and space.

The series was inspired by famed architect Walter Gropius, a Bauhaus artist who designed and oversaw the construction of the 1970 addition to HMA. The museum established the Walter Gropius Master Artist Program, which celebrates the spirit of the Bauhaus by allowing students to learn from established professionals in workshops.

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