Richard Segalman was born in Coney Island, New York in 1934, and the timeless American-ness of his iconic birthplace — think amusement parks and seaside relaxation — seems to echo the timelessness one feels when looking at his work in any medium.
There exists a complex tangle of trajectories between art, culture and technology.
Lorrie Goulet: Seventy Years Carving celebrates the storied career of a sculptor, painter, and poet who first made her name in the 1950s and 1960s as a female artist who identified herself principally as a carver — a term that aptly describes her hands-on and intuitive approach to sculpting directly from stone and wood.
Richard Haas is best known as a master of trompe l’oeil, illusionistic painting.
Paintings and works on paper help tell the story of the new style of painting which developed at the end of the nineteenth century
This comprehensive exhibition featured one of the Reading Public Museum’s greatest strengths – its collection of works by American Impressionists
A Sum of Its Parts: Chronology of the Permanent Collection provids a comprehensive overview of the collection through time and reflected the Museum’s collecting strengths.