Florida is home to some of this country’s most talented artists and the Polk Museum of Art has a rich collection of their work.
This exhibition, which examines the creative possibilities within a number of different printmaking techniques, will feature a discussion of both artistic and process concerns.
Stepping Away From the Mirror: Expressive Figurative Works From the Polk Museum of Art Permanent Collection
This exhibition presents over 50 works centered around artists’ interpretation of the human figure.
This eclectic mixture of nationally recognized artists pokes fun at the idea that artworks are created purely for home decorating purposes.
When we think of a “painting”, we can easily imagine a stretched canvas with a coating of oil or acrylic paint, or a sheet of paper with watercolor paint. But how far can the definition of a painting be expanded?
This exhibition features a selection of the Museum’s unique collection of decorative arts.
Organized by Polk Museum of Art with guest curator Dr. August Freundlich, this exhibition will feature artworks by well-known artists Jack Beal, Sidney Goodman, Alfred Leslie, and Jerome Witkin
Paintings, prints, mixed media constructions, ceramics, photographs, and drawings are presented to you as examples of the extraordinary talent often missed by art museums.
Ms. Garza’s artworks have been the focus of many important exhibitions prior to this retrospective, including a nationwide touring exhibition in 1991 and an exhibition at the Hirshhorn Museum of the Smithsonian Institution in 1995 (the first one-person Latino exhibition ever held at the Smithsonian).