The Burchfield Penney Center for the Arts presents the Little Paintings exhibit. Works from this exposition are rarely seen at large exhibitions, where their small size can lead to their being overlooked. This
Historical portraits from the collection are the counterpoint of the exhibition “Modern portrait painting”. A modest selection of numerous portraits in the Burchfield Penney collection, the focus of this exhibition is
David Foster Pratt (American, 1918-2010) was an artist, teacher, draftsman and designer. Pratt is known for his landscape and oil paintings, as well as works with coal and pencil. He wrote all over the western part
"Through intertwined stories about women from three periods," The Work of Women: The Election Movement 1848–1965 "tells the story of the movements that led to the ratification of the 19th Amendment, giving women the right
"Works combining painting and engraving techniques. Using monoprinting processes, I apply color layers, transferring water carriers from a flat surface onto paper, wood or canvas. Creating color over the layer captures traces
Charles Burchfield wrote in a journal about riding a bike from his hometown of Salem to Irondale, Ohio, an industrial city in the southeast, near the Ohio River, which forms the border between Ohio and
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