Opening tonight! March exhibition at Hillyer Art Space featuring Katrina Keane and Becca Kallem, on view through the 29th!
On March 6, 1986 Georgia O’Keeffe died at the age of 99. An icon in the truest sense of the word, O’Keeffe’s art and life have achieved worldwide renown, and she remains one of the only American artists with a museum devoted to the preservation and promotion of her work. For a full chronology of this remarkable artist’s life, please visit our partners at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum.
Celebrate the extraordinary life and art of Georgia O’Keeffe today with a visit to Modern Nature: Georgia O’Keeffe and Lake George!
Georgia O’Keeffe (American 1887–1986). The Chestnut Grey, 1924. Oil on canvas. Curtis Galleries, Minneapolis, Minnesota © Georgia O’Keeffe Museum/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Rosa Spina, il segno di un ricordo, 2009, Defilage, color and brocade on jute, 51” x 23”, $1850
Installation view, “Carrie Mae Weems: Three Decades of Photography and Video,” Guggenheim Museum, New York, January 24–May 14, 2014 (photo by David Heald) (© Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation)
In her 30-year career, Portland-born photographer Carrie Mae Weems has collected a long succession of accolades and honors, with approximately 50 solo exhibitions around the world, honorary degrees from…
"Scott Allen…skates right into the heart of the crowd as he captures a bronze medal for Uncle Sam; only fourteen years old…"
50 years ago at the 1964 Innsbruck Winter Games, 14 year old figure skater Scott Allen wins the bronze medal for the United States in Men’s Figure Skating, becoming the youngest Olympic medalist in an individual Winter event.
Awesome studio visit with Hillyer artist Millicent Young!