Through November 29, 2015
Drawings in pencil, charcoal, and pastel – from finely rendered to loosely sketched – encompass a range of artists’ impressions and offer insight into how artists observe, contemplate, and develop compositions. These two dozen works were created by artists who have been named Masters by the Woodson Art Museum since 1976.
Chris Bacon, Ruby-throated Hummingbird, 1990, watercolor on paper
Anne Senechal Faust, Head Study for Nemesis, 2006, charcoal pencil on Strathmore board
Nancy Howe, Renovation, 2007, pencil on Strathmore paper
Lars Jonsson, Common Loons, 1993, watercolor on paper
James Morgan, Yellow-headed Blackbirds, 1990, pencil on illustration board
Arthur B. Singer, The Life of a Hummingbird, ca. 1973, pastel on tracing paper
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