Artist Paul Rhymer may not want praise, but he deserves it. His talent, warmth, and skill are matched only by his modesty…. maybe his height, too. The list is long of “Rhymer reasons” behind Paul’s recognition as the Woodson Art Museum’s 2023 Master Wildlife Artist.
Among the most important and successful components of the Woodson Art Museum’s role in our community is hosting visiting artists.
Paris. Louvre. Mona Lisa. Montmartre. All words describing their beauty and majesty have been lauded upon them and exhausted a million visitors ago. I had the privilege of returning to Paris and traveling with my seventeen-year-old daughter on her inaugural trip – a truly fabulous experience. She was likewise at a loss for words.
Adorn a gift with pretty paper and a bow, construct a gate at a garden entrance, conceal an item in a brown shipping box, or rope off a gallery to fuel curiosity and anticipation. I embrace the joy of anticipation. I’m not a “present peeker;” I’ve never sneakily removed tape to prematurely divulge a birthday surprise.
The opening of Birds in Art is just around the corner, and you have seventy-four reasons to visit the Woodson Art Museum bright and early on Saturday, September 8, 9 am – Noon. Seventy-four of the 125 artists selected for the 2012 Birds in Art exhibition will travel – many... Read More
Pardon the idiom – but I’d be lying if I said otherwise. As you can imagine, this week is a standout among the other 51 at the Woodson Art Museum. We’re all buzzing with energy as we busily complete the tasks needed to ensure the upcoming weekend is another success... Read More