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2015 fillacello/retticello experimental green mini tube by adam reetz @adamreetzglass🔥💎 since this piece is a part of our private collection, please dm us for details and pricing! we also offer layaway or split payments!
Get some constructive criticism on your artwork this sunday during “afternoon critiques with rashmi!” come to the museum with your reasonably sized work as you engage with fellow artists, and learn how to properly critique art.
for more information, contact the front desk at (860) 229-0257, ext. 210 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opening this month: "american beauty and bounty: the judith g. and steaven k. jones collection of nineteenth-century painting"!
judith and steaven jones began to acquire 19th-century american paintings in the late 1970s. this collection has grown to include 29 works that the joneses will ultimately gift to the crocker. many are by hudson river school painters, who focused on the landscape and pursued a highly polished, detailed technique. key artists include first-generation practitioners asher b. durand and thomas doughty, as well as important landscape painters of the second generation, including albert bierstadt, sanford gifford, john kensett, and worthington whittredge. the collection also includes meticulously rendered still-life paintings by artists such as severin roesen and william michael harnett, as well as scenes of american daily life by eastman johnson, enoch wood perry, and others. collectively, these paintings communicate a spirit of american optimism, of transcendental wonderment in nature, of national abundance, and of nostalgia for ways of life that, even as the scenes were being painted, seemed already to be passing.
read more in our blog, the oculus: crockerart.org/americanbb
[severin roesen, still life with fruit and wine, 1862. oil on canvas, 24 x 30 in. crocker art museum, judith g. and steaven k. jones collection;
john frederick kensett, school’s out, 1850. oil on canvas, 18 x 30 in. crocker art museum, judith g. and steaven k. jones collection;
asher durand, pastoral landscape, 1866. oil on canvas, 18 3/4 x 29 1/16 in. crocker art museum, judith g. and steaven k. jones collection.]
Thank you so much david and denise for your purchase. i feel really good about this one going to live at your house. and thanks for putting up with me when i rushed out your car to take a picture of you with your new piece!
only one more day remains of the show at cane farm furniture in rosemont nj.. sunday october 21, 11am to 5pm. please visit!
In “untitled” (2016), dan miller created an undecipherable field topped with wisps of yellow paint reflecting his obsession with electrical objects such as light bulbs and sockets, to which he responds in densely graphic drawings like this one.