View a selection of western landscape paintings by Stephen Datz in this exhibition preview, and discover the artist’s inspiration behind each piece.
Richichi’s newest body of work explores an openness to her muse, which she defines as an unseen inner force that moves her to paint in an evolutionary way.
“Forever Yours” is an ongoing series of oil paintings inspired by and based on photographs including Kodachromes, Ektachromes, and Polaroids from 1900 to 1969.
Cavalier Gallery will soon present an exhibition of recent paintings by David Peikon, ranging from cityscapes to landscapes and botanicals.
All figurative in nature, each work explores a specific narrative and carries a dubious story within.
Although differing in subject matter and material, all of the exhibited artists are creating three-dimensional representational works with a contemporary twist.
From timeless works to dynamic images, these painters show that while the subject matter may be similar, it is the artists’ unique styles that have established each of them in the contemporary fine art world.
The newest body of work by this contemporary figurative artist (and FACE faculty member) explores the four elements: earth, fire, water, and air.
View a collection of landscape paintings in oil and watercolor by Suzanne Siminger.
The Chrysler Museum of Art has organized the exhibition “Thomas Jefferson, Architect: Palladian Models, Democratic Principles and the Conflict of Ideals.” Learn more in this announcement.