The featured artists put their best seasonal work into the challenge of creating a show with a breadth of possibilities, not only in diverse subject matter, but a range of styles that brought a huge crowd to opening night.
This year’s opening weekend was the most successful in the show’s history in terms of attendance and funds raised. View winning paintings and see highlights here.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum raised more than $1.85 million in total art sales during the opening weekend of the 2019 Night of Artists Art Sale & Exhibition. The winners this year are . . .
An exhibition of figurative works curated by the master painter, Quang Ho. The premise is centered on presenting the human figure and its exponential beauty with a more contemporary take on interpreting the subject matter.
Rubens was not only a sought-after artist, but also a diplomat, shrewd businessman, and a friend to scholars and monarchs. “Early Rubens” is the first exhibition dedicated to the pivotal years between 1609 and 1621 when the Northern Baroque master established his career.
More than sixty Gauguin works will be on view — ranging from oil paintings and works on paper to wood carvings and ceramics — alongside art of the Pacific Islands from the museum’s collection. Combined, these works encompass distinctive phases of Gauguin’s career to show the development of his ideas, the scope of his oeuvre, and the inspiration he found in New Zealand, the Marquesas Islands, and Tahiti. When?