10/1/2016 - 12/31/2016
Organized by National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature (Abilene, TX).
Left: David Shannon, "Don't start yet! Seat your grandmother," from It's Christmas, David!,
This exhibition will include paintings and cover art for many of David Shannon's acclaimed books including No, David!
(a Caldecott Honor book which he also authored) and other David
stories, Alice the Fairy, Bugs in My Hair, How Georgie Radbourn Saved Baseball, Too Many Toys, Robot Zot!, Good Boy, Fergus!, Ducks on a Bike, A Bad Case of Stripes, Jangles: A BIG Fish Story,
10/8/2016 - 1/8/2017
Left: Hayv Kahraman, Strip Search
, 2016, oil on linen, 74 x 48 inches, © Hayv Kahraman. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
Hayv Kahraman draws on sources including Renaissance painting, Japanese woodblock prints, and Persian miniatures to create work that considers the repercussions of being displaced from one's home. A Riley CAP Gallery exhibition.
10/9/2016 - 1/8/2017
Left: Andrew L. Moore, Yellow Porch, Sheridan County, Nebraska,
2013, © Andrew L. Moore
During the past decade, Andrew Moore made over a dozen trips to photograph along the 100th meridian, from North Dakota to the Texas panhandle. His images record vistas that can be both elegant and severe, as wells as the lives of the people that have made their home in this challenging landscape.
This exhibition will have a ticket fee. Free for members, youth ages 17 and younger, & college students with ID. Join today to see it free!
2/12/2017 - 5/7/2017
This exhibition is supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities.
Left: Alexander Pope (American, 1849-1924), The Wild Swan
, 1900, oil on canvas, 57 x 44 1/2 inches, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco, California. Museum purchase, gifts from members of the Boards of Trustees, The M.H. de Young Museum Society, the Patrons of Art and Music, Friends of the Museums, and by exchange, Sir Joseph Duveen, 72.28
Wild Spaces, Open Seasons
is the first major exhibition to explore American artists; fascination with hunters, fishermen, and the sporting life in paintings and sculptures from the 1820s through the 1940s. Illuminating changing ideas about place, national identity, community, wildlife, and the environment, the exhibition offers compelling new insights into these meaningful pastimes.