Life as Art is an exhibition of artworks from the Museum’s permanent collection that are composed of wood or fiber materials. Included among the objects in this exhibition are contemporary works by Holly Hambrick, Margaret Steward, and Charles Parkhill, a set of Chinese nesting tables, Pre-Columbian textiles, and works from southern Africa.
The Pattern and Decoration Movement emerged in the 1970s.
Rebecca Sexton Larson has established herself as one of the most creative artists in Florida.
Richard Florsheim (1916-1979) was both a great painter and printmaker.
Works in the Freundlich Collection include drawings by many of the most important artists of the early 20th century. Robert Henri, Raphael Soyer, Ben Shahn and George Bellows are just a few of the many artists whose work is included in this exhibition.
Pre-Columbian figurines, 20th-century Japanese bowls and flower bottles, 7th-century Korean jars and warming stands, Zulu beer pots, French, German, Spanish, and Italian bowls and plates from the 16th-18th centuries, and contemporary American sculptures and vessels
This exhibiton has been organized by the Holter Museum of Art, Helena, Montana. The tour was developed by Smith Kramer Fine Art Service, Kansas City, Missouri.
The Museum’s growing photography collection includes great variety in artists, themes, and techniques. Artists represented in the exhibition include Jerry Uelsmann, Lee Friedlander, Richard Buswell, and Birney Imes.
ART (Art Resource Trust) is a newly formed group of Museum supporters whose mission is to support the purchase of artwork for the Museum’s permanent collection while learning more about collecting art.