Tag: past

Fine Art Limited Edition Artist Books from the Permanent Collection

William Shakespeare, King Lear, with original lithographs by Oskar Kokoschka, Published by Ganymed Original Editions Limited, London, 1963. Collection of The Grace Museum, Gift of Mr. Donald Thai Oskar Kokoschka, King Lear, 1963, lithograph, Collection of The Grace Museum, Gift of Mr. Donald Thal

Terry Hays: Cosmic Garden

“In the history of symbols the cosmic tree is described as the way of life itself, a growing into that which eternally is and does not change; which springs from the union of opposites and, by its eternal presence, also makes that union possible. It seems as if it were only through an experience of symbolic reality that man, vainly Terry Hays: Cosmic Garden

Deliberate Distraction: Shawn Smith and Rusty Scruby

Artist Reception : May 26, 2018 The common misconception that art and science are so vastly different, that they never overlap, is discredited by two contemporary artists, Rusty Scruby and Shawn Smith, whose work proves that the union of these two disciplines, like the brain’s neuropathways between our right (artistic) and left (analytical) hemispheres, is the sweet spot known as Deliberate Distraction: Shawn Smith and Rusty Scruby

As Is Rural Realism

Artist Reception : May 4, 2017 Identifiable subjects are only part of the enduring allure of realism. Each generation of realist artists brings new subjects and new media to the genre. AS IS rural realism features the art of contemporary realists whose work transforms the mundane into the magical by concentrating on off-road subjects and offering unique ways of seeing As Is Rural Realism