Learn about an upcoming discussion on the dynamic and interdependent underpinnings of the Hudson Valley landscape across time, space, and consciousness, and three related exhibitions.
Preview a selection of works by contemporary artists that will connect in powerful ways the past of the Hudson River School to the present art world.
This series by Tara Lewis redefines gender stereotypes and revisits past decades with a dose of satirical zing that results in willful nonconformist debutantes gone rebel-rogue.
“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.
Now in its 66th year, the Winter Show features a range of exhibitors whose offerings span 5,000 years of museum-quality art and antiques.
“Michael’s work brought the thousands of people who visit the Weisman each year inspiration, joy, and wonder.”
Preview this sale of Old Master & British Drawings, which offers a wide variety of works on paper covering over five hundred years of design and European creativity from around 1480 to the mid-19th century.
Artist Carrie Pearce explores the realm of imagination, memory, and nostalgia in her latest series of figurative oil paintings.
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.