A glimpse of Angela Gonzales at Fermilab Art Gallery

Have you been to see the Angela Gonzales exhibit at the Fermilab Art Gallery yet? If not, be sure to check it out. Fermilab’s first artist made a lasting mark on the laboratory — in drawings, on buildings, even by designing the Fermilab logo.

The exhibit offers a rare opportunity to take in her copious output: It showcases more than 200 pieces. You can see many of her drawings online at the Fermilab History and Archives website. You can also attend a gallery talk and tour on the following Saturdays at 10 a.m.: June 24, July 22, Aug. 26. The tours are free, and registration is required.

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The exhibit has over 200 pieces of art work by Angela Gonzales. Photo: Georgia Schwender