Wendy Artin, an American artist who lives in Rome, has been working for over a decade on a series of watercolor paintings of ancient Greek and Roman sculptures and related subjects. This exhibition features a selection of her paintings, not only images of ancient sculptures and landscapes but also contemporary Mediterranean life studies. Artin’s work will be set in dialogue with objects drawn from the Kelsey’s collections, including works of Greek art inspired by Egyptian precedents. Inspiration and imitation abounds.
9am to 4pm. Opens Tuesday, June 5 at Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, 434 S. State St., 734-764-9304. Free