View a collection of landscape paintings in oil and watercolor by Suzanne Siminger.
The focus of this juried exhibition is to select paintings that show the highest quality in draftsmanship, color, and composition, emphasizing a diversity in representational style and subject matter.
The newest body of work by this contemporary figurative artist (and FACE faculty member) explores the four elements: earth, fire, water, and air.
The artist thinks of her paintings as “emotive portraits of the bodies of water, which, like people, are both all the same and all different…”
Learn about the National Watercolor Society exhibition, featuring nearly 100 watermedia paintings from around the world.
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.
This art show celebrates both the heritage and the future of the American West.
More than 50 works by 20 leading artists of the California landscape will be on view. Get the details here.
Although differing in subject matter and material, all of the exhibited artists are creating three-dimensional representational works with a contemporary twist.
The objective of this art exhibition is to engage people on the subject of climate change by creating art that draws them into the subject visually and emotionally, connecting them to real-life experiences and scientific understandings about what is going on today.