Posts in Landscape Art
Phippen Museum Highlights Local Color in Prescott

PRESCOTT, AZ - In the Phippen Museum’s exhibition, LOCAL COLOR, the colorful palettes and creative minds of some of the best local western artists in Yavapai County’s artistic community will be featured.

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Landscapes and Seacapes at 311 Gallery in Raleigh

311 Gallery is excited to host the national juried exhibition, Landscapes and Seascapes, showcasing artists’ ongoing conversation with nature.

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Exhibition of 2017's Juried Shows Winners at 311 Gallery

"The Winners’ Circle" showcases the art of Elaine Dowling, Maja Shaw, Michelle Peterlin, and Sara Risley; the winners of 311 Gallery’s 2017 Juried Shows.

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River Arts District Studio Stroll

ASHEVILLE, NC. Saturday May 20 & Sunday May 21 is the bi-annual celebration of art in the River Arts District of Asheville NC. Home to more than 220 artists the River Arts District Artists will open their studios and galleries to the general public for live demonstrations and conversations.

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Raleigh Artist Bekah Haslett discusses her Landscape Works

Bekah has been painting landscapes and still life for about 8 years. She has recently added figurative work to her repertoire. She attempts to capture a mood or feeling in a scene, painting it “en plein air” (painting outside from life) or in her studio from photos she has taken while traveling.

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North Carolina artist Ginny Lassiter discusses her Cityscape Works

OCEAN ISLE BEACH, NC. artGuide art news blog featured a few select artists for this month's editorial on landscapes and cityscapes. From Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina, Ginny Lassiter has been chosen to be featured for her impeccable work with acrylics paints to transform any blank canvas into a beautiful abstract cityscape. 

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North Carolina Museum of Arts Spring Special Exhibitions

RALEIGH, NC. The North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) presents two major exhibitions: one featuring the awe- inspiring work of Ansel Adams, and one showcasing masterpieces from Venice’s cultural Renaissance. On February 4 the Museum opened Ansel Adams: Masterworks, 48 iconic photographs of American landscapes. On March 4 the Museum opens Glory of Venice: Renaissance Paintings 1470–1520, 50 paintings by such masters as Giorgione, Giovanni Bellini, and Vittore Carpaccio, many of which have never been seen outside of Venice. The two exhibitions are ticketed together.

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