Using a variety of approaches, Gabriela Gonzalez Dellosso often melds her own image to artists from the past, creating self-portraits that transcend time while conveying the inspiring stories of historical women.
Galusha uses bold color with an impressionistic style to portray the landscapes and western history of the Yampa Valley, northwestern Colorado, and the Little Snake River Valley. Featured in this exhibit are many plein air paintings from his world travels, and more.
Through more than 80 paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, photographs, and videos, the influential artists in “30 Americans” are significant contributors to the complex dialogues surrounding race, history, identity, and beauty that have shaped contemporary American art and life.
Juried by Hyeseung Marriage-Song, Beverly McNeil, and Patricia Watwood, this show features 30+ international multidisciplinary artists whose artwork explores both the purpose and limits of portraiture, identity, and the self in the modern digital age.
Mystic Seaport Museum, in partnership with Tate, London, will host a major monographic exhibition devoted to the watercolors of one of Britain’s greatest painters: J.M.W. Turner (1775–1851).
Featuring original paintings, works on paper, vintage posters, and accompanying artifacts, this exhibition highlights the changes to daily life in America during three very different decades: the “Fabulous Forties” to the “Sensational Sixties.”
The focus on O’Keeffe’s wardrobe shown alongside key paintings and photographs confirms and explores the artist’s determination to be in charge of how the world understood her identity and artistic values.
Critics admired Schille as a master watercolorist and lauded her flair for movement, light, and color. Learn more about the artist here.
This exclusive exhibition brings the work of one of the most beloved artists — including a variety of handpicked paintings and drawings that shaped his vision — to Columbia, South Carolina.
Exploring cultural topics such as the environment, feminism, and social commentary, this exhibit showcases a shift from traditional representations to new ideologies and expressions of the West.