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.
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.
On view are 30 oil paintings and watercolors on loan from Doug and Kay Ivester by Charles Webster Hawthorne, an American artist renowned for his portraits and genre paintings who was instrumental in the founding of the Cape Cod School of Art in 1899.
Gail Norfleet places familiar still life subjects in front of brightly rendered landscapes and surreal interiors. Preview her current exhibition here.
Of 1,200 submissions, approximately 100 artists will be selected to be part of this exhibition.
These works celebrate that the contemporary realism movement is alive and well, and growing strong. See for yourself in this exhibition preview.
Forty-five years of creativity and friendship have linked the names of Simmons and Stephens into one entity.