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Artwork by Fidalis Buehler on display at BYU's Lee Library

“Village of Catatonia,” a collection of the recent artistic works of Fidalis Buehler, is on display through Feb. 26 in the Harold B. Lee Library Auditorium gallery at Brigham Young University.

The exhibit includes paintings such as “Brooding Over Hualalai,” “Majic Girl” and “Danger Close.” Buehler’s works have been displayed in the Meyer Gallery in Park City and in Provo’s Gallery OneTen.

Buehler earned a bachelor’s degree in fine arts at The University of Hawaii in 2004 and a master’s degree in fine arts at BYU in 2007. He is an assistant professor of visual arts in the College of Fine Arts and Communications at BYU.

For more information, contact Julie Williamsen, communications librarian, at (801) 422-6763 or julie_williamsen@byu.edu, or Fidalis Buehler at (801) 422-7408 or fidalis.buehler@gmail.com.

Writer: Angela Fischer

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