This year’s art exhibition and sale features paintings and sculptures by 64 nationally recognized Western artists.
Alan LeQuire’s exhibition titled “Cultural Heroes” pays tribute to seven civil rights icons. Each sculpture represents a musician who shaped the soundtrack of the Civil Rights movement.
Before a serious commitment to the medium of watercolor in 2000, this artist was a successful architect and a part-time photographer.
This Virginia museum has recently acquired its first portrait by a well-known eighteenth-century British landscape and portrait painter . . .
With an abiding interest in perception and visual literacy, the appointment has held senior leadership positions at art museums around the world, including posts in Ireland, Australia, and the United States.
The artist’s fourth one-man-show is a collection of 20 new works following Scott’s journey into the rural corners of Mexico.
From rivers to marshes, festivals to food, waterfowl to reptiles, plantation homes to Acadian cottages, Louisiana is teeming with an abundance of subject matter to inspire the artist’s soul...
Discover sculptures that explore the human form in both classical and abstract styles.
The artists represented come from countries such as the United States, Canada, and Australia, but also from countries in Europe, South America, and Central America with varied ethnic origins.
52 acclaimed realist painters from around the world were challenged to “think outside the box” when they were presented with a 24-inch round Tondo panel on which to create an original one-of-a-kind work. The results must be seen to be believed.