Jauary 4 - March 13
Art of 1885 - 1900
American Expatriate Painters
"At the Sea Side", 1892 — Oil on Canvas
William Merritt Chase, 1849-1916
"Little Blue Girl in Arm Chair",
1878 — Oil on Canvas
Mary Cassatt, 1844-1926
Art during this period reflected two different aspects - still life paintings, often with trompe l'oeil, illusionistic aspects, and plein air paintings, influenced by the French Impressionists.
In the final decades of the 19th century, American artists spent more time in Europe, especially London and Paris. Their art reflected the avant-garde cultures they encountered.
Downtown Cloverdale & Geyserville June 8, 2013 — May 10, 2014
"Call for Artists" for the 2014-2015 Sculpture Trail, a year-round outdoor exhibit of sculptures in the Northern Sonoma County communities of Cloverdale and Geyserville. The sponsors of the exhibit, Cloverdale Arts Alliance and the Geyserville Community Foundation are seeking sculptors for the exhibit beginning May 8, 2014 through May 7, 2015.
There is no entry fee. Additional information and an entry form with guidelines are available at online here or call the Cloverdale Arts Alliance at 707-894-4410. Selection for both communities will be made from the entries received. Deadline for entries is February 28, 2014.
The primary objective and purpose of the Cloverdale Arts Alliance is to enrich the community of Cloverdale by fostering and producing opportunities for the community to experience artistic abilities and diversity, and to facilitate self-expression. We invite your support through participation, affiliation, sponsorship, and volunteer work to sustain our objective and purpose.
Our major programs include Friday Night Live, a summer-long free concert series know throughout Northern California, and the internationally known Cloverdale Annual Sculpture Exhibit.
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