The Barnard Art History and Visual Art Departments are proud to present an exhibition of the work of American painter March Avery ’54. Born to artists Milton and Sally Avery, March was immersed in the world of art-making from her earliest days. She grew up in the company of Mark Rothko, Adolf Gottlieb, and Marsden Hartley, and quickly developed her own distinctive voice as a painter of everyday life. Her portraits of humble lives and events are marked by a sense of humor and a keen sophistication of palette and form. The exhibit will be on display March 27–April 14.