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Exhibit features painter’s weather-related art

Mehna Reach, senior exhibit planner at the New York State Museum, stands next to Charles E. Burchfield's "Silent Storm (After the Ice Storm)," part of the museum's new "Weather Event" exhibition that explores the climate-conscious artist's work. Burchfield paintings and sketches will be on display through Feb. 23, 2014. (Jeff Wilkin/Gazette Reporter)
Mehna Reach, senior exhibit planner at the New York State Museum, stands next to Charles E. Burchfield's "Silent Storm (After the Ice Storm)," part of the museum's new "Weather Event" exhibition that explores the climate-conscious artist's work. Burchfield paintings and sketches will be on display through Feb. 23, 2014. (Jeff Wilkin/Gazette Reporter)
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Storm clouds have gathered at the New York State Museum in Albany. Mehna Reach hopes people come inside for the wind, rain and snow. The museum recently opened its “Weather Event” exhibition, which features 60 paintings and sketches from artist and naturalist Charles Burchfield. “It focuses on his fascination with weather and change, specifically in the Lake Erie area, where he lived for a while,” said Reach, senior exhibit planner at the museum. “He went ...


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