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NAME OF SECTION Hundreds of pebbles in graduated sizes and precisely stacked in 18 rows on a wall- hung panel. A small white box covered inside and out with tiny drawings and domed objects ja ja ja ja and no no no no argue in three-dimensional handwriting on its surface with the words Joie joy and Nuit night standing in calligraphic relief. A glass window offers a view of the inside where opti- cal lenses magnify the minute mark-making of the artist. Visitors to the museum have long been drawn to these captivating works by Mary Bauermeister whose work in this country in the 1960s was featured in Mary Bauermeister The New York Decade. above Mary Bauermeister. German born 1934. Eighteen Rows196268. Sculpture. Pebbles and epoxy on linen-covered board. Gift of Dorothy C. Miller Mrs. Holger Cahill class of 1925 Programs featuring visiting artist Mary Bauermeister during her residency clockwise from top left docu- mentarian Johann Camut Smith President Kathleen McCartney and her husband William Hagen Smith College Relations staff at media preview visitors in the gallery Kate Soper assistant professor of Music Jessica Nicoll visitor Dean Berry Frazer Ward Jessica Higgins Allison Knowles and Jessica Nicoll performance with Kate Soper Linda Muehlig students of Kate Soper mu- sician Christopher Bartz the artist dusting her artwork