The Van Winkle Law Firm Gallery
Romare Bearden: Ways of Working
This exhibition highlights works on paper and explores many of Romare Beardens most frequently used mediums including screen-printing, lithography, hand colored etching, collagraph, monotype, relief print, photomontage, and collage. Bearden’s voice was so singular that it transcends his ways of working.
On view through January 22, 2024
Appleby Foundation Exhibition Hall
Beyond the Lens: Photorealist Perspectives on Looking, Seeing, and Painting
Beyond the Lens presents key works from the collection of Louis K. & Susan Pear Meisel, revealing this profoundly influential yet under-recognized art movement, bringing together paintings and works on paper dating from the 1970s to the present, illuminating the very definition of Photorealism from its founding up to today.
On view through February 5, 2024
Windgate Foundation Atrium
Many Become One
Art and artists often encourage us to consider our place in the world. Much like the traditional United States motto E Pluribus Unum, meaning “out of many, one,” the artists who created the works seen in the Atrium and Museum Plaza brought many separate parts together to make a unified whole. These works offer us a variety of possibilities for how to navigate our physical world on regional, national, and global levels.