Meet at the Museum to tour an exhibit featuring
photographer Dugan Aguilar (Maidu/Northern
Paiute/Achomawi) and editor Theresa Harlan (Kewa). The
exhibition celebrates the publication of their new
book, ”She Sang Me a Good Luck Song,” and a
retrospective exhibit of Aguilar’s work. Lunch following at
Peg’s Glorified Ham & Eggs, Roseville.
The deYoung exhibit “J.M.W. Turner: Painting Set Free” features
the luminous works of Britain’s greatest artist of the 18th
century. “Disney and Dali: Architects of the Imagination”, at the
Disney Museum, is the story of two giants of art and
entertainment, Salvador Dali and Walt Disney.
Well-known watercolor painter and portrait artist will talk about
his history as an artist, illustrated with example of his work,
including the 9′ x 20′ watercolors recently installed in the new
Sutter Medical Center.
A multi-disciplinary artist examines where she takes her dues for
her artistic expression. She will present some of her key
sources: found, noted or sketched, historic and talismanic and
how they inform her thinking.
The Crocker Art Museum’s fine collection of German drawings
includes artists from Albrecht Durer to Julius Schnorr von
Carolsfeld. Dr. Breazeale will explore the history of
collecting these drawings in conjunction with the Crocker’s
special exhibit of German Drawings from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts,
Roland Petersen (1926–) is a Bay Area painter whose paintings
from the 1950s and ’60s are masterful syntheses of gestural
abstract expressionism, painterly realism, and advanced color
theory. His work integrates still life, figures, and landscape
into complex, architectonic compositions that are beautiful and
enigmatic, but still retain a strong sense of place, in this case
the fields and farms of California’s Central Valley.