The pioneering exhibit features eighteen women artists who made major contributions from 1914 until 1964. This pioneering exhibition will include paintings, prints, drawings, and sculpture, drawn from public and private collections across the United States. This exhibit was curated by Michael Grauer and originated at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon, Texas. It was their last exhibition in their series honoring the centennial of the Santa Fe Art Colony.
Women have been integral to the Santa Fe Art Colony since Olive Rush first visited in 1914. Artists include Louise Crow, Rosa M. Curtis, Clyde B. Gartner, Gina Knee, Margaret Lefranc, Dorothy Morang, Laura van Pappelendam, Polia Pillin, Alice Schille, Hella Shattuck, Eugenie Shonnard, Agnes Sims, Dorothy Stewart, Pansy Stockton, and Agnes Tait.
The opening for the Public is Friday, April 8 from 6 to 8pm. The St. George Art Museum is located at 47 E. 200 N. in St. George, UT 84770 (directly across from the Main Post Office at the corner of Main and 200 North).
This article originally appeared in the March 2005 edition of 15 Bytes
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