June 14 - September 14, 2014: The work of artist Larry Kagan features steel wire sculptures and the specific shadows they cast on the wall in a way that challenges viewer expectations.
June 14 - September 14, 2014: Approximately twenty-five works by ten artists on view. Hopper's use of shadows is a signature motif of his work and an integral part of its power to enthrall viewers, emphasizing the sense of alienation, anonymity, and isolation of the human condition.
This exhibition features seven gelatin silver photographs by Ansel Adams on loan from the collection of Robert and Jane Lewit. The photographs were printed ca. 1976-1977 from earlier negatives. These enlarged, high-contrast photographs printed on glossy paper stock exemplify Adams's late printing style.
These hands on three day sessions offer plenty of time for creative art making, allowing your children opportunities for self-expression and constructive play.
Check out the myriad of opportunities to delve into art through our customized tours, lectures, and more!
The Hyde/Kagan Highlighted on PBS
July 21, 2014
Listen to WAMC's The Roundtable on Thursday, July 24 at 11:10am
July 08, 2014
Calling All Artists