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CSUSM Art Gallery to Exhibit "Wounded Hearts"

“Hung out to Dry ” is one of the paintings to be displayed as part of the CSUSM Art Gallery’s exhibition of Artist Colleen Moss ’ work, called “Wounded Hearts: A Journey Through Grief,” beginning Jun. 14.The California State University San Marcos (CSUSM) Art Gallery is pleased to exhibit “Wounded Hearts: A Journey Through Grief,” a series of annotated paintings created by CSUSM Instructor, Psychologist and Artist Colleen Moss. The exhibit will run from Jun. 14 through Jul. 13 with a reception and “meet the artist” event on Friday, Jun. 21 from 5 to 8 p.m.The artwork in this series chronicles Moss’ journey through the grieving process and her recovery after she was devastated by the sudden death of her husband five years ago.The CSUSM Art Gallery offers free admission to the public and is open every Friday and Saturday evenings from 5 to 8 p.m.For more information, contact Marilyn Huerta at 760-750-8889.What: “Wounded Hearts: A Journey Through Grief” at the CSUSM Art GalleryWhen: Friday and Saturday evenings from 5 to 8 p.m., Jun. 14 through Jul. 13.; Meet the artist on Friday, Jun. 21 from 5 to 8 p.m.Where: CSUSM Art Gallery, Old California Restaurant Row, 1080 W. San Marcos Blvd., San Marcos – in the Village Shops areaAbout California State University San MarcosCalifornia State University San Marcos combines the ambiance of a mid-sized, personal, modern campus with the unequaled value of the California State University. Since its founding in 1989, the campus has distinguished itself. Students benefit from the latest facilities and equipment, a superb faculty that enjoys teaching, and a rigorous academic program that prepares students for a successful life in and out of the workplace. A recent survey reported that our annual spending in the region was $161 million, generating a total impact of $307 million on the regional economy. Eighty-five percent of CSUSM’s alumni stay in the region. CSU San Marcos is located on a 304-acre hillside overlooking the city of San Marcos. It is 15 miles east of the ocean; just 30 miles north of downtown San Diego.