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1983 "One-Man Show Includes Landscapes." The Tennessean, April 21, 1983, Living, C-24.

 

One-Man Show Includes Landscapes

  A one-man show of portraits and European landscapes by Sarah Ann Webb is on display in Belmont's Leu Gallery through May 4. It is open to the public and may be seen without charge during classroom hours and on Saturday mornings.

  Webb is a 1978 honors graduate of the University of Tennessee in Nashville, and has had graduate courses in art history at Vanderbilt as well as independent art study in France and England.

  Her work consists largely of commissioned portraits though she is increasingly interested in European landscapes which include people.

  SHE SAYS that people have always fascinated her and it has given her pleasure to draw and paint them.

  Her work has been seen at Centennial Club, University Club and the Tennessee Art League. The Leu Gallery exhibit is her fourth one-man show.

  She and her husband, attorney Gary A. Webb, plan to make London their home for the next year, and she will continue to expand her skills as a painter during their stay.

  There are 22 paintings in her show at Belmont, all but two of which are oils, and the majority have been lent by private owners.