Current Exhibitions

Jay Dusard: A Retrospective
View Camera to Digital Derringer

Through August 19, 2018 – Special Exhibition Gallery

With his work published, exhibited, and collected worldwide, photographer Jay Dusard is best known for his images of working cowboys and landscapes of the American West. While working in architecture and cartography, Dusard became a self-taught photographer, earning a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Pulitzer Prize nomination and a several book awards. He studied with Ansel Adams and Frederick Sommer, and established himself as one of the greatest black-and-white printmakers. This exhibition features more than 60 photographs spanning over five decades of his complete body of work.

Booth Artists’ Guild Annual Exhibition

Through August 19 – Borderlands Gallery

As interest in The Booth Museum has continued to grow, more and more talented artists have emerged among our membership. The Booth Artists’ Guild (BAG) was formed in March of 2010 with the intention of offering continuing education on a monthly basis to our members. The works in this exhibition, 44 in total, were juried in based on artistic merit. The Booth and BAG is proud to showcase these works as we continue to promote the work of local, regional, and national artists.

Image: © Bart Lindstrom, Morning Chill, 2018, oil on canvas, 30 x 30″, First Place 2018 BAG Exhibition

The Wildlife Art of Guy Coheleach

Opening June 28, 2018 – Temporary Exhibition Gallery

Wildlife fans, artists, environmentalists and children will all be awed by the big cats, elephants, wolves and other animals in the paintings of Guy Coheleach. Recognized as one of the best wild animal painters in the world, Coheleach’s work has toured to nearly two dozen major museums in cities from New York to Los Angeles. He has won the Society of Animal Artists Award of Excellence an unprecedented eight times.

American Ballads: The Photographs of Marty Stuart

Opening July 7, 2018 – Picturing America Gallery

Regarded as a veteran of the country music industry, Marty Stuart is much more than a master musician; he is a producer, writer, historian, collector, curator, and photographer. In fact, the Mississippi native has been taking photographs nearly as long as he has played guitar. This exhibition will feature Stuart’s documentary photography of American culture through country music singers and songwriters, rockabilly writers and performers, and the Lakota Tribe of North Dakota. American Ballads: The Photographs of Marty Stuart was organized by the Frist Art Museum, Nashville, Tennessee.

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