April 22, 2015 through February 21, 2016
Experience artworks from the Woodson Art Museum’s collection that portray the sights and sounds at water’s edge. The hypnotic nature of water attracts artists, who observe and skillfully capture an ever-changing landscape while interpreting the rhythmic sounds. Challenge your senses. Hear the sounds, feel the wind, and imagine yourself transported to another place.
Darren Woodhead, Eider and Gulls, Rising Tide, 1999, watercolor on T.H. Saunders Waterford paper
Robert Bateman, Pacific, 2002, acrylic on canvas
Carl Brenders, Island Shores, 1992, gouache and watercolor on paper
John Busby, Two Avocets, 2003, pastel on paper
Ken Carlson, Among the Lily Pads, 1991, oil on hardboard
Ewoud de Groot, Phalaropes, 2008, oil on linen
Ray Harris-Ching, Shoreline, 1991-92, oil on hardboard
Ralph Grady James, Sanderling Running, 2009, oil on hardboard
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