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Christina Bothwell, Latchezar Boyadjiev, Peter Bremers, Matthew Curtis, John Kiley, Steve Klein, Lucy Lyon, Charles Miner, Danny Perkins, Veruska Vagen, Carmen Vetter, Hiroshi Yamano
Artem Vitro
Opening Friday, August 26 | August 26 – October 2
Comprised of new work by twelve of the world’s leading glass artists, this exhibition initiates elemental dialogues between voices that explore the conceptual, political, expressive possibilities of glass sculpture, just as glass itself encapsulates, radiates and transforms light. This show coincides with Glass for the New Millennium, a museum exhibition at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, California which features sculpture by many renowned artists whose work will also be highlighted in Artem Vitro.

         
Connie Connally
Connie Connally:
Place in Time
Opening Friday, August 26 | August 26 – October 2
Connie Connally paints beautiful canvases of complex elegance, with imagery that merges harmoniously and nearly completely both representational reference and powerful abstraction. In Place In Time, Connally explores sensory worldly experience through kaleidoscopic, expressionist abstraction. Connally’s poetic colorscapes, with their expressive brushwork, sweeping gestural marks, and animated cadence reflect the artist’s passion for distilling the essence of her observations of nature and situate her work as the vital interplay between memory and imagination. Her palette of organic color and calligraphic brushstroke combine to serve as imprint of the artist’s profound love of being in nature and the desire that her painting reflect both her exterior and interior experience of it.

         
Ira Yeager
Ira Yeager:
Portraits as Narrative | August 19 – September 18
This exhibition vividly illustrate the artist’s remarkable facility with distinctive combinations of historical content, realist imagery and slightly abstracted, even fanciful, elements. The son of a Pacific Northwest hunter, trapper, and merchant, Yeager grew up in the midst of Native American traders from Washington and Vancouver Island, an exposure that spawned his lifelong respect for and reverence of Native People, their culture and history as courageous and noble people with a vital place in American history. He has honored these aspects in fifty years of painting Indian portraits to which he now adds gripping narrative paintings that combine portraiture with wildlife, fish and birds that featured so significantly in his early life among these people.

 
         
Woody Gwyn
American Vista:
New Works by Woody Gwyn
| July 29 – September 5
Woody Gwyn has been recognized as one of the finest representational painters of the contemporary art world. Known for his exquisite detail, unusually radiant lighting, and unique perspective on landscape. Gwyn is regarded for his passion about finding what he calls “the truth of the land.” He paints exactingly from close study of his subject, whether shimmering sea coast, highway vista, arboreal image, starry sky or Southwestern mesa and arroyo, to name but a few examples of his varied subjects.

 
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