Booth Photography Guild Annual Exhibition
September 4 – November 11, 2012 – Borderlands Gallery
This juried exhibition features the work of photographers who are members of the Booth Photography Guild, a group that meets monthly for educational photographic programs.
The Indian Gallery of Henry Inman
June 14 through October 7 – Temporary Exhibition Gallery
Organized by the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, with the support of Ann and Tom Cousins, this exhibition features more than a dozen portraits of Southeastern Indian leaders from the early 1800s, including Cherokee, Creek and Seminole people. Inman created the paintings in the 1830s for reproduction in the landmark McKenney and Hall publication History of the Indian Tribes of North America. Also included are prints from the publication and a number of important artifacts.
American Legacy: Our National Parks
On Location with the Plein-Air Painters of America
March 8 through August 26 – Special Exhibition Gallery
To create this exhibition, organized by the Haggin Museum in California, 38 members and guests of the Plein-Air Painters of America selected their favorite park and set up their easels at sites across the country. The resulting 100 paintings draw viewers into seasonal and daily experiences of color and light rendered in some of America’s most beautiful places. En plein air is French for “in the open air” and is often used to describe painters who work outdoors, on location.
Sponsored in Part by Kendeda Fund and National Parks Conservation Association.
Organized by The Haggin Museum, Stockton, California
Tour Management by Smith Kramer Fine Art Services, Kansas City, Missouri
Cartersville and Bartow County Schools Art Show
April 10 through May 13 – Borderlands Gallery
Included are up to four works of art from each city and county elementary or primary school.
Western Art South of the Sweet Tea Line III
September 24 through February 12, 2012 – Special Exhibition Gallery
This is the third offering in the Booth’s signature triennial exhibition series, featuring seldom seen great works of art from public and private Southern collections. Included are more than 50 paintings and sculpture in a range of media and styles covering over 150 years of art history. This exhibit is sponsored in part by A New Dimension Graphic Design & Printing, Scottsdale Art Auction, SunTrust Bank, Chick-fil-A, Peachtree Planning and Mr. Steve and Mrs. Kelly Buckner.
Stan Natchez: Indian without Reservation
September 13 through January 8, 2012 – Temporary Exhibition Gallery
Stan Natchez creates art that juxtaposes the icons of both ancient and modern American culture, often incorporating familiar items such as pow-wow beads, dollar bills and newspapers. Inspired by Pop artists Andy Warhol and Jasper Johns, his work explodes in vivid colors and provocative visual statements.
Eighth Annual Kids Cowboy Up!
November 15 through January 8, 2012 – Borderlands Gallery
Throughout the year, staff members from the Booth Western Art Museum work with members of the Cartersville Boys & Girls Club and the Hands of Christ after School program to create artwork in a variety of media. This annual exhibition gathers the best works of art created during the preceding year. The young artists range from elementary school to high school students.