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This program introduces children ages 4 to 12 and their accompanying adults to folk art through interactive discussion-based tours in the galleries followed by hands-on artmaking activities inspired by objects in the museum.
One of the most significant precursors to what would become San Francisco’s 1960s counterculture was the cross-disciplinary artistic and literary movement known as the Beat Generation, which blossomed from the mid-1950s.
Join esteemed artist Dannielle Tegeder for a private tour of her studio at The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts in Manhattan.
Tegeder’s work has explored abstraction through paintings and drawings, and more recently through large-scale installations, sculptural objects, video, sounds, and animation.
For more information on Dannielle Tegeder, visit her website.
Light snacks and refreshments will be served. For Parrish Contemporaries Circle Members.
Featuring works by assemblage artists working in LA in the 1970s, highlights include a large double body print by David Hammons. Also available are Abstract Expressionist works and Alma Thomas watercolors.
In many cases an acrylic painting is done with a combination of techniques that incorporates anything from screen printing to sponging. All techniques, including airbrushing, work well together when done in artist acrylic colors.
SUNY Newpaltz New York Curated by Livia Straus, Juror June 10 – July 30, 2017 Alice and Horace Chandler and North Galleries Undercurrents: The River as Metaphor / Hudson Valley Artists 2017 calls for works that address modernity by reflecting on the Hudson River: its history, its grandeur, and its singular ability to provide us […]
This two-floor retrospective—the largest Eisner exhibition ever in the United States—curated by Denis Kitchen and John Lind, comprises over 150 pieces including original artwork from Smash Comics (1939),