Time to Say Goodbye

“Beyond the Edge of the Sea,” Ebling’s wondrous exhibit from Virginia’s Muscarelle Museum, will end on Tuesday, January 31st. Karen Jacobsen’s impressive, yet strikingly intimate renderings of the creatures that live 2 miles below the sea’s surface have resonated with countless (landlocked, at least in terms of salt water) visitors. Come see the exhibit that Badger Herald writer, Joseph Nistler said, “[this exhibit] brought these creatures and scenery to the surface in detail that a camera couldn’t capture.” The exhibit, housed in Ebling’s 3rd floor galleries, is during Ebling’s regular hours. Parking is free after 4:30 in various lots surrounding the Health Sciences Learning Center. The UW Hospital Parking Ramp is also nearby. zfhyyvina@yvoenel.jvfp.rqh for further information.

Photo composite by Amanda Lambert. "Flying Fish Studies, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, June-July, 2001," watercolor by Karen Jacobsen