An Evening with Illustrator Dan Howe
Saturday, December 8
A contemporary realist painter and illustrator who has embraced the techniques of illustration’s Golden Age (as exemplified by the art of Norman Rockwell, Harvey Dunn, Mead Schaeffer, Andrew Loomis, and Tom Lovell), Dan Howe has created artworks for publishers, corporations, public institutions, and private collectors. Like Rockwell, his art employs the structural patterns and the effects of light and shadow, employing rich tonal harmonies and dramatic perspectives to establish a sense of illusionistic reality. Free for Museum members, or included with Museum admission. Program only, $10.
Inspired by Rockwell: Three Artists Speak – Talk Series
Saturdays, October 20, November 10, December 8
Join us for three engaging conversations with noted illustrators about their artistic inspirations, and the lessons that they have learned from master visual storyteller, Norman Rockwell. Free for Museum members, or included with Museum admission. Program only, $10.