Salvador Dali & Pablo Picasso
Artwork from the Collection of Dr. Wayne Yakes
November 3- January 7, 2018
Drawings and prints from two of the most famous artists from the 20th century are featured from the art collection of Dr. Wayne F. Yakes.
Salvador Dali, Destino #27, Pen, ink, watercolor on buff paper
Angela Beloian: Nightshades
November 3 – January 7, 2018
Angela Beloian’s drawings explore the intersection between drawing and needlework, weaving elaborate webs of line, form and space.
This Land Is My Land: Sue McNally
January 19 – March 18, 2018
Contemporary painter Sue McNally (Rhode Island) documents her relationship with landscape in this series of paintings featuring a landscape scene from states that make up the American west. The total series will be fifty paintings total, one for each state.
Devils Tower, WY
Maroon Bells, Aspen, CO
Awkward Family Photos
May 18 – July 15, 2018
“Family. They’re the people we love, the people we trust and confide in, the people we identify with. But there’s something else about family that isn’t often spoken about, because, well, it’s not always comfortable to admit. So, let’s just put it out there—family is awkward. That’s right. When a group of people with the same last name and different personalities are forced to spend most of their lives together, plenty of uncomfortable moments are sure to follow. And when a camera is there to capture one of those moments, an awkward family photo is born.” So reads a portion of the #1 New York Times best-selling book Awkward Family Photos.
AWKWARD FAMILY PHOTOS the exhibition aims to explore the perfectly imperfect moments that come with the family experience and provide a place for people to celebrate the awkwardness while taking comfort in the fact that their family is not alone.
This exhibition, which includes over two hundred classic Awkward Family Photos, and hilarious ‘behind the awkwardness’ stories from the actual families.
August 3 – October 15, 2018
In her painting career that has spanned the past two decades, Haley Hasler has explored the rich realm of the self-portrait as a representation of the interior but also as the embodiment of a character or archetype. Drawing inspiration from her familial experiences, she charts, through paint, what it means to be a woman, wife, mother, and working artist living today.
Haley Hasler, The Tooth Fairy.