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Walter B. Stephen Pottery: Cameo to Crystalline

Asheville Art Museum 2 South Pack Square, Asheville

Artist Walter B. Stephen contributed to Western North Carolina’s identity as a flourishing site for pottery production and craftsmanship in the early 20th century. This exhibition features art pottery and functional vessels from each stage of Stephen’s career, from his origins discovering the medium alongside his mother in Tennessee to his multi-decade production just outside […]

Many Wests: Artists Shape an American Idea

Boise Art Museum 670 Julia Davis Drive, Boise

Ideas about the American West, both in the popular imagination and in commonly accepted historical narratives, are often based on a past that never was, and fail to take into account important events that actually occurred. At once, “The West” can conjure images of rugged colonial settlers, gun-toting-cowboys, or vacant expanses of natural beauty. Many Wests: Artists Shape […]

Nordfeldt Connections in Wichita

Wichita Art Museum 1400 West Museum Boulevard, Wichita

Nordfeldt Connections pairs with An American Internationalist: B. J. O. Nordfeldt to highlight this internationally regarded artist’s connections to Wichita in the 1930s. Nordfeldt was tied to our city through local son Ed Davison, a banker and painter who summered in New Mexico and befriended many notable artists in the art colonies of Taos and […]

Francie Lyshak: Solo Exhibition

Cross Contemporary Partners

Francie Lyshak's textured oils are discrete objects in and of themselves. The glowing pigment fields in Lyshak's canvases, scraped with sculptural marks, create a surface relief that interacts with the ambient light. Dominique Nahas observies " These surfaces are replete with strength, subtlety and nuance...takes into consideration experiential and psychical experiences that converge in the […]

Victoria Lowe: Solo Exhibition

Cross Contemporary Partners

This virtual exhibition of paintings by Victoria Lowe is a survey of her work from the 70's through more recently. John Mendelsohn writes about Lowe's work that "In the vast space of these paintings, we are ultimately left with our own consciousness and with a feeling of unmoored freedom." Visit the exhibition here: https://bit.ly/vlowesoloshow