Within this group of eleven artists there is no “Women’s Art,” only women who do art, each conveying her own personal vision.
Discover where you can acquire Watwood’s latest work of figurative art, and how the model inspired her.
Once in this virtual gallery, visitors will be able to see the Collectors Preview Paintings, learn about the artists via podcasts and videos, and purchase paintings.
This exhibition’s theme is to inspire artists to visually interpret their perception of our changed world during Covid-19.
"Shelter" explores objects, places, or memories that — in these troubling times — offer the artist (and hopefully viewers) a measure of tranquility, solace, and safe harbor from the storm.
For Sedrick Huckaby, the African American family and its heritage has been the content of his work for several years. His wife and exhibition partner, Letitia Huckaby tells us, "The basic premise behind my work is faith, family, and legacy. It is a time capsule for the African American experience."
“What I have come to realize,” says author John Seed, “is that the diverse forms of disrupted realism have to do with everything in each artist’s life: the real, the remembered, the digital, the imagined, and the dreamed, all filtered through the artist’s perceptions.”
“One Touch of Nature” features watercolor paintings by Swedish artist Gunnar Tryggmo. The show is on view at Turner Fine Art (Jackson Hole, Wyoming) through March 6, 2020.
The upcoming exhibition will feature more than 150 works of art, ranging from pristine landscapes and seascapes to evocative figurative works and still lifes.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Barbara Prey Projects, a gallery and exhibition space in Port Clyde, Maine, housed in what was once an inn frequented by such locals as the artist N.C. Wyeth...