N.C. Wyeth and the Golden Age of American Illustration and Microscape

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San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts

N.C. Wyeth and the Golden Age of American Illustration and

Microscape: A Studio Art Quilt Associates Global Exhibition

The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts invites the public to celebrate its Grand ReOpening with a free opening reception for its newest exhibits, N.C. Wyeth and the Golden Age of American Illustration and Microscape: A Studio Art Quilt Associates Global Exhibition on January 19, 2024
from 5:30 8 p.m. at 1 Love Street. Live music and refreshments will be provided.

Please join us in viewing the works that shaped our popular imagination in N.C. Wyeth and the Golden Age of American Illustration. This intimate selection of works from the collection of Joel and Suzanne Sugg and the Diamond M collection of the Museum of Texas Tech University, features
seldomseen paintings by N.C. Wyeth, the patriarch of the Wyeth dynasty of painters, his contemporary,Frank Schoonover, and their teacher, Howard Pyle.

Our known world stretches far beyond what we can see with the unaided eye. The art quilts in Microscape: A Studio Art Quilt Associates Global Exhibition are like paintings created in fabric. They explore a corner of the world at high magnification, capturing tiny wonders at the microscopic level, or by zooming in on a larger object to show its smallest details.

The exhibits will run from January 19 through March 31 and are part of the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts’ Grand ReOpening celebration.

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