In these paintings, set mainly in Southern California, the visceral tumult of city life recedes from view, its clamor reduced to a low, contemplative hum.
His subjects are “mysterious, lonely, and romantic while evoking a personal and intimate story” that you are dared to imagine.
This juried show features 146 paintings and sculptures and is the fourth show in AWA’s “25 in 25” campaign to have 25 museum shows for its women artist members over the next 25 years. Preview it here.
To honor its 35 years of exceptional art, the festival committee has selected two Jackson Hole artists to be featured for this year’s event. Discover who in this announcement.
Explore how three generations of rebellious British artists, designers, and makers responded to a time of great social upheaval and an increasingly industrial world.
The California Art Club spotlights picturesque vistas that entice the viewer to kick back and enjoy the longer sunlit days with this exhibition.
On view will be paintings and drawings that focus primarily on the female form. The curator intentionally chose a mix of female and male artists — see who in this preview.
“Their distinct styles complement each other as they transform color and form into the natural world,” says the gallery owner, “reminding the viewer that beauty is found in the expected and the unexpected.” Discover the artists in this exhibition preview.
Kate Starling uses her past as a geologist and national parks ranger to capture the intricacies and sensory experience of public places, which she expresses through landscape paintings with an intimate perspective.
“There’s no better way to get to know a place on earth than to sit for a couple of hours and contemplate it while painting,” says the artist.