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Nearly 70 intimately scaled impressionist and post-impressionist works from the National Gallery are on view at San Francisco’s Legion of Honor.
JayJay exhibit shows drawing is the lynchpin of Michael Sarich’s art.
“The Land/The People: Contemporary Korean Prints” at the California State University, Sacramento, University Library Gallery is a stunning and revelatory show. The exhibition features 10 artists working in woodcut, linocut and digita...
An exhibit at the de Young highlights the work of Georgia O’Keeffe at Lake George.
This painter/printmaker gives us subtle narratives that examine the relationship between humans and nature.
African houses, Mexican Indian art, textiles, Eastern and early European art and Cycladic sculptures are among the sources that revered ceramic artist Karen Karnes says inform her work. Also playing into the mix are elements from the natural wor...
Based on Dr. Bridget R. Cooks’ book “Exhibiting Blackness: African Americans and the American Art Museum,” “Xhibiting Blackness” at Evolve the Gallery offers a look at works by talented black artists who too often h...
A Crocker exhibit is the first devoted to the works of adventurer and early California artist Jules Tavernier.
David Wetzl is one of the most intriguing artists to have emerged in Sacramento in the 1990s.
Crocker Museum celebrates the influential art of Sam Francis with “Five Decades of Abstract Expressionism from California Collections.”