Plein Air Painters of America: 35 Years Outdoors
October 20, 2022 – February 26, 2023
This exhibition showcases one work of art by each of the current/active members of the Plein Air Painters of America created within the last two years. Each work should either have been started outside and a substantial portion of the painting done en plein aire or artists may bundle several studies in one frame to create a larger work of art, but are limited to one framed entry. Circle Preview & Donor Dinner, October 21, 2022, Member opening, October 20, 2022.
© Kathleen Hudson, Morning Walk, Fort Frederica, 2022, oil, 24 x 24”, Collection of the artist
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Portraits of Hope
January 4 – March 5, 2023
Portraits of Hope, Inc. provides support, encouragement, love, and hope to women and children facing life’s challenges after incarceration, drug addiction, and domestic violence. The portraits in the exhibition are by well-known portrait artists, several of whom are from Georgia and the Southeast.
© John Howard Sanden, Brenda Lovelady Spahn, 2021, oil on canvas, 30 x 24 in.
Conserving America’s Wildlands: The Vision of Ted Turner — Photography by Rhett Turner
October 1, 2022 – March 26, 2023
In coordination with the book, the Booth Western Art Museum is pleased to present the exhibition Conserving America’s Wildlands: The Vision of Ted Turner — Photography by Rhett Turner featuring over 45 selected color prints, made during Rhett’s visits to the wilderness areas preserved by his father.
© Rhett Turner, Big Horn Sheep, Amendaris Ranch, New Mexico, Courtesy of Rhett Turner and Rizzoli Books
Black Pioneers: Legacy in the American West
January 28 – May 21, 2023
Forty quilts bring light to the achievements made by Black men and women who helped shape the American West / Organized by the James Museum, Guest curator, Dr. Carolyn Mazloomi
Viola Burley Leak, Watts Riot, 2021, ©Viola Burley Leak.
Organized by The James Museum of Western & Wildlife Art with gratitude to guest curator Carolyn Mazloomi, PhD.