Happy Sunday! A few end of summer garden highlights to wrap up a relaxing weekend. Enjoying these colorful Petaluma blossoms.
Edgar Degas exhibit is coming to the Petaluma Arts Center June 20– July 26, 2015! An exhibit including 40+ drawings, prints, pastels and photographs by French artist Edgar Degas (1834-1917) from his early days. The show will also include works by other artists in Degas’ circle, including Mary Cassatt, Paul Cezanne and Henri de Toulouse-Latrec.
BY DAN TAYLOR – THE PRESS DEMOCRAT March 19, 2015
A feast for the eyes, 500 years and 50+ art masterpieces from the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, rich with history, color, captured moments and lasting impressions. Renaissance classics El Greco, Vermeer, van Dyck, Rembrandt and of course my favorite impressionists, Degas, Monet, Cézanne, Pissarro, and Bonnard.
Don’t miss it! Botticelli to Braque exhibition at the deYoung Museum, San Francisco, CA March 7–May 31, 2015 • http://deyoung.famsf.org/scotland
Botticelli, ca. 1490, Reverend Robert Walker, Skating on Duddingston Loch – Henry Raeburn, ca.1795, Lady Agnew of Lochnaw – John Singer Sargent, 1892. The Big Trees – Paul Cézanne, ca. 1904. An Old Woman Cooking Eggs – Diego Velázquez, 1618. Diego Martelli – Edgar Degas, 1879.
An Allegory (Fábula) – El Greco, ca. 1585-95, The Vale of Dedham – John Constable, 1827, Mars & Venus – Paolo Veronese, 1570, Margaret Lindsay of Evelick – Allan Ramsay, 1758, Christ in the House of Martha and Mary – Johannes Vermeer, 1654.
The Marne at Chennevières – Camille Pissarro, 1885, La Luzerne, Saint Denis – Georges Seurat, 1884, Lave at Vernonnet – Pierre Bonnard, 1912-1914, Collioure – Andre Derain, 1905, Populars on the Epte – Claude Monet, 1891.
Diego Martelli – Edgar Degas, 1879. The Candlestick – Edouard Vuillard, 1900, The Painting Session – Henri Matisse, 1919, Head of a Woman – Alexis Von Jawlensky, 1911, Gas Jet, and Bottle. – Pablo Picasso, 1913.
Mother & Child – Pablo Picasso, 1902, Showing a young girl the head of his father – Max Ernst, 1927, Three Tahitians – Paul Gauguin, 1899. The Candlestick – George Braque, 1911.
Sharing some local creative fun in Sebastopol. Finding and photographing these sculptures is like a scavenger hunt. I’ve added a new Pinterest board featuring 100+ Patrick Amiot & Brigitte Laurent’s amazing creations of recycled artwork. Patrick Amiot Junk Arts Sculptures, throughout Sebastopol, CA and Sonoma County.
Keith Haring: The Political Line, at the de Young museum, SF
Through February 16, 2015
HERBST SPECIAL EXHIBITION GALLERIES
Many of the works are on loan from the Keith Haring Foundation, New York, with supplemental loans from public and private collections. The exhibition features more than 130 works, including large-scale paintings on tarpaulins and canvases, sculptures, and a number of the artist’s subway drawings. The exhibition creates a narrative that explores Haring’s responses to nuclear proliferation, racial inequality, the excesses of capitalism, environmental degradation, and other issues of deep personal concern.
Additional Online Resources:
Mission: Artsy strives to make all of the world’s art accessible to anyone online. Keith Haring’s page provides visitors with Haring’s bio, over 250 of his works, exclusive articles about Haring, up-to-date listings of exhibitions, as well as publication and collection listings to provide further context. Haring is also featured in their recent editorial about artists who paved the way for marriage equality.