"TRANSITIONS-Past and Present Artwork" is the current exhibit at the Boulder City Art Guild Gallery. Artist Reception March 11, 1-3pm.
CCAI] presents its exhibition, "From the Ground Up," by artist Gil Martin at the CCAI Courthouse Gallery through May 24. For over 20 years Martin has made his own paint from natural earth pigments that he digs up from various sources in the western United States and his latest body of work has unmistakable references to Western landscapes.
CCAI's exhibition, "ART from WNC", includes a wide variety of art including graphic design, drawing, photography, and book arts pieces that show the diversity of the students’ creativity. The exhibition will be in the Brick through March 30 and is fourth in CCAI’s 2016 – 2017 series of student exhibitions in the Brick.
Kline’s trompe l’oeil still-lifes represent the artist’s family history through the depiction of family photos and other mementos.
An exhibition featuring paintings by Daniel Miller, “These works are taken from my observations of the homeless community that is often unseen yet is all around us.
The Carson Valley Art Association announces the opening of their art show, March 6, at the Copeland Gallery in Minden. The show runs March 6 through May 4. The Copeland Gallery is located at1572 US Hwy 395, Minden (corner of Hwy 395 and County Road).
Left of Center Art Gallery is excited to present, “A Room of One’s Own,” an exhibit of all women visual and literary artists. Based on the feminist essay by Virginia Woolf published in 1929, the exhibit plays on the idea that Woolf proposed, that women need their own space to create.
Rancho High School Student Art Exhibition
The College of Southern Nevada Department of Fine Arts will host an exhibition of interactive robotic artwork, video and related print materials entitled, “Light Play by Robot Army,” featuring the artwork of artist and engineer team Sarah Petkus and Mark Koch, who together are Robot Army.
Gallery East in McKinley Arts Center hosts monochromatic photographer Barbie Crawford. Barbie Crawford is a professional photographer residing in the Lake Tahoe area, and creates detailed macro-photography portraits of the natural world around her.
Annual thesis exhibition of artwork by graduating Master of Fine Arts student Quynh Tran. A series of multi-room installations that incorporate printed wallpapers, sculptural structures, light and sound effects to transform viewers’ experiences as they transition in between the gallery.
Art History Visual Culture Studies Forum Lecture series presents Katherine Fusco, assistant professor of English. Her talk tackles “Images of Childhood in Black and White.” The AHVCS Forum at the University of Nevada, Reno promotes current research in Art History and Visual Culture Studies.
Over the past year, University Galleries has added three major collections of art in addition to several individual acquisitions to the Department of Art’s permanent collection.
Valerie Cohen’s exhibition Tree Lines corresponds with a forthcoming publication of the same name from University of Nevada, Press. Artist, writer, illustrator and environmental activist, Cohen is a renowned watercolorist and draftsman.
West Gallery in McKinley Arts & Culture Center hosts fine art photographer Dotty Molt. Molt’s colorful and eloquent photographs demonstrate stories, open doors, and a journey of enlightenment.
Annual thesis exhibition of artwork by graduating Master of Fine Arts student Konah Zebert. “Desert as Home” reveals the human interaction in the desert lands surrounding Reno, Nevada, as well as the visual impact these activities incur.
Reception for the annual thesis exhibition of artwork by graduating Master of Fine Arts student Konah Zebert. “Desert as Home” reveals the human interaction in the desert lands surrounding Reno, Nevada, as well as the visual impact these activities incur.
Annual thesis exhibition of artwork by graduating Master of Fine Arts student Tom Drakulich. To interact with the unfamiliar is to deal directly with personal intimacy.