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Student Art Exhibition Year



Color photograph of the Corner Bar, Woodstown, New Jersey, measuring 10x15 cm.

Purchased from the Ursinus College Student Art Exhibition for the permanent Library collection.


Copyright of the underlying work is held by the artist. The digital image presented here is for educational purposes only and is not for commercial use.


Artist statement:

"U.S. Route 40 was constructed in 1926 and originally stretched from Atlantic City, New Jersey to San Francisco, California. Along its miles of pavement, families shared road trip memories that only a stifling car in mid-summer and cheap hotels can bring; young men and women first learned how to drive a stick shift as their nervous parents sat beside them; funeral processions depressed whole cities at a time; and soldiers returned home again from wars in foreign lands. Roadways, such as Route 40, are not mere passageways helpful in getting from here to there; they are the grounds for life and death and everything in between. Every inch of asphalt sparks a memory. Here are a few shots from the road..."

Library Location

1st Floor Lounge


photograph, color inkjet print, signs, postcard, Route 40, Corner Bar, Woodstown, New Jersey, student art, 2004


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