Organized by The Butler Institute of American Art, this retrospective showcases the realist art of Daniel Greene. It will include a range of work from paintings created in the 1970s to recent pieces. Greene’s art demonstrates both skill and imagination, and carries on the great American tradition of narrative painting. This exhibition features 30 works that trace the evolution of his style over the course of his six-decade career. Daniel Greene's book Studios and Subways: An American Master His Life and Art will be available for purchase during this time and in the Museum's shop for the remainder of the exhibition.
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Making Faces: One-Day Portrait Workshop with Artist Donald Florence
Sunday November 18, 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Pre-register by 11/14
$150 Members / $175 General
The hardest thing about making a work of art is getting started. Florence will share some of his methods and discuss diversity in contemporary portraiture, briefly touching upon the techniques of famous artists. The workshop will be taught on paper with minimal marking tools, and is designed for you to go back to your studio and complete it using your preferred media. Limited space available. Bring your own lunch. Snacks will be provided.
Materials needed: Pencils and drawing pads, felt markers, charcoal, chalk or oil pastels.Next Previous