The President’s Photographer: Fifty Years Inside the Oval Office

On exhibit through June 7, 2015 – Special Exhibition Gallery

What is it like to be the chief White House photographer for the President? Go behind the lens to experience the world of the White House photographers – nine in all, since 1961 – who are both visual historians and key links between the American public and the President. This exhibit includes rarely seen images from the Kennedy years to the Obama Administration. For more information on The President’s Photographer, click here.

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Nature and Nuance:  The Art of Clyde Aspevig

January 29 – May 10, 2015 – Temporary Exhibition Gallery

One of America’s greatest landscape painters, Clyde Aspevig seeks to capture the unique beauty of the High Plains.  He also hopes viewers are motivated to help preserve the undeveloped areas of the West.  Approximately 35 of the artist’s most recent works make up the exhibition. For more information on Nature and Nuance:  The Art of Clyde Aspevig, click here.

 Sargent Point - Aspevig (with credit)

Altered States: The Art of Susan Easton Burns & Julia Burns

On exhibit through March 15, 2015 – Borderlands Gallery

Primarily known for her expressive paintings of horses, Susan Easton Burns was the 2014 official Kentucky Derby poster artist.  This exhibition showcases the full range of her subjects including paintings of wildlife, domestic animals and figures along with works on paper.  Viewers will enjoy seeing vibrant works the artist says she creates intuitively.  Susan’s work provides a great setting for the ceramic animals by her daughter Julia included in the exhibition.

Image: ©Susan Easton Burns, Purple Heart, 2013, acrylic on canvas, 60 x 48″

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Unexpected Perspectives: Thom Ross on the Civil War

On exhibit through May 3, 2015 – Bergman Theatre Lobby Gallery

Thom Ross has had a lifelong obsession with American History, particularly the folk heroes and martyrs whose epic stories reach legendary status. Unexpected Perspectives: Thom Ross on the Civil War features 14 works based on historical events, expressed with bright colors and stylized forms. Ross believes that seeing these historical figures in this contemporary way gives new insight into both who they were and who we are.

Lewis Armistead - Ross (with credit)

 

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