Celebrating the spirit of exploration and expeditionary journal-painting, this exhibition presents historic images in conversation with contemporary river artists.
In celebration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of John Ruskin (1819–1900), visit this exhibition to view more than 90 paintings, watercolors, and drawings created by American artists who were profoundly influenced by Ruskin’s call for a revolutionary change in the practice of art.
Now living and working in Brooklyn, NY, the artist has taught and traveled extensively, imbuing her personal artistic practice with a sense of wisdom and maturity.
Through May 24: Kraushaar Galleries presents a selection of paintings and works on paper that include a chair as a primary or supporting element.
Cresson’s life at Chesterwood included modeling for her father, socializing with friends and family, and creating sculpture in the studio.
Presenting landscapes of graffiti-covered buildings, vacant lots and shuttered storefronts, the artists expose the unexpected pathos and poetic beauty of these marginal and mostly forgotten areas.
The concept of the Sacred and the Profane is essential to the tenets of Symbolism, as it liberates the artist from the materialistic world. See how “The Symbolist Vision” reflects these concepts in this exhibition preview.