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From masterful oil paintings and iconic movie posters, to immersive retrospectives and contemporary portraiture, we’ve rounded up the most diverse and highly anticipated shows for a sneak peek of the artful year ahead.
Last month we introduced you to the winners of our Artistic Excellence competition. This month we bring you winners and finalists in five categories from the 33rd Annual Art Competition recently conducted by The Artist’s Magazine, our sister publication. Enjoy the diverse works of these artists.
For the first time ever, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery is taking its triennial Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition on the road. The first—and only West Coast—stop: the Tacoma Art Museum in Washington state.
In an effort to examine the Western—that iconic film and literary genre—in a holistic way, the Denver Art Museum explores the visual legacy and development of the West through fine art, film, prose, and pop culture in a major new exhibition.
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Visit the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, WY, for a spectacular immersion in a chronological arrangement of Scott’s nearly 45 years of work. Sandy Scott: A Retrospective is a revealing and intimate exhibition of her artistry, with a range of 50 sculptures, 30 etchings, five drawings, and five miniatures on display.
His first-ever retrospective exhibition, Howard Terpning: 70 Years of Art, is on view in the museum’s Special Exhibition Gallery in Cartersville, GA.
Creating the Modern Southwest explores the western interpretation of modern art influences—brilliant light, bold lines, and expressive gestures.