Blosser art exhibit opens at Houghton University

Artist Nick Blosser points out a detail in one of his paintings to Houghton University President Wayne Lewis, right, and Ted Murphy, painting professor and show curator, at last night’s opening gallery reception for a five-week campus exhibit.

A five-week exhibit by Johnson City, Tenn., artist Nick Blosser has opened for public viewing at Houghton University.

The Territory show is available from 9AM to 6PM Mondays through Saturdays through October 8 in the Ortlip Gallery at the University’s Center for the Arts.

The free exhibit primarily centers around nature which has been observed in his own back yard, according to the artist, with the Enormous Fallen Limb shown in the photograph being one of those views.

Further information about Blosser and his work is available at, or (585) 365-3805.

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