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The Wind Swept Dunes of Earl H. Reed: An Exhibit

Posted on Thursday, October 8th, 2009 in Art , Music, Theater

In the early 20th century, Earl H. Reed was the first artist and author to help change the public’s perception of the Indiana Dunes, from a sandy wasteland to an awe-inspiring, beautiful and important landscape worthy of celebration and preservation. Reed’s evocative etchings used sweeping lines, trees and birds to illustrate the play of wind, … Continued

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