In conjunction with the 175th anniversary celebration of the founding of Hollins, this exhibition presents studies for the oil painting by Ron Boehmer, <em>Tinker Mountain.</em> Commissioned in 1990 by Charlotte (Kelley ’68) and Bittle Porterfield in memory of Charlotte’s father, the painting has been on view in Main Building on Hollins’ campus since 1991. The studies donated by the artist to the university, and now part of the permanent collection of the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum, are being displayed for the first time alongside the finished painting. Lynchburg-based artist Ron Boehmer is cofounder of Beverly Street Studio School in Staunton, Virginia, where he teaches drawing and painting classes and workshops, specializing in plein air painting. Through April 30. Hours are Tuesday through Sunday from Noon-5 pm, with extended evening hours on Thursday until 8 pm. Lecture and reception: April 6, 6 pm, Frances Niederer Auditorium.