2005 Museum Calendar

American Representational Art Exhibitions

Hosted by Non-Profit Museums and Organizations



 

 

July

 

 

 

 
Anchorage Museum of History and Art
Anchorage, AK
907-343-6173
Light Motifs: American Impressionist Paintings from The Metropolitan Museum of Art
July 1 through September 4
 
 
Berman Museum of Art
Ursinus College
Collegeville, PA
610-409-3500
Norman Rubington, 1921-11989: Full Circle
July 14 through October 9
 
 
Center for the Arts - Vero Beach
Vero Beach, FL
561-231-0707
Augustus Saint-Gaudens: American Sculptor of the Gilded Age
July 7 through September 5
 
 
Clark (Sterling and Francine) Art Institute
Williamstown, MA
413-458-9545
Little Women, Little Men: Folk Art Portraits of Children from the Fenimore Art Museum
July 4 through October 15
 
 
Cleveland Artists Foundation
Lakewood, OH
216-227-9507
Joseph Motto: A Jazz Age Journey from Cleveland to Florence
July 8 through September 9
 
 
Crocker Art Museum
Sacramento, CA
916-264-5423
Fooling the Eye, Fooling the Mind: Burnished Drawings by Don Reich
July 9 through September 11
 
 
Farnsworth Art Museum
Rockland, ME
207-596-6457
Alex Katz in Maine
July 2 through October 16
 
 
Haggin Museum
Stockton, CA
209-940-6312
Trompe L' Oeil: The Art of Illusion
July 10 through September 4
Artists of the American West
July 10 through October 2
 
 
Hickory Museum of Art
Hickory, NC
828-327-8576
Burton Morris: The Spirit of the Game
July 29 through October 29
 
 
Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art
St Petersburg College
Tarpon Springs, FL
727-712-LRMA(5762)
Fragile Florida:  Watercolor Paintings by Taylor Ikin
July 16 through September 11
 
 
Maryhill Museum of Art
Goldendale, WA
509-773-3733
People, Places and Perceptions: A Look at Contemporary Northwest Latino Art
July 16 through November 15
 
 
McKissick Museum
Waterbury, CT
203-753-0381
An Intimate Look: Works by Sigmund Abeles
July 16 through September 17
 
 
Michener (James A.) Art Museum
Doylestown, PA
215-340-9800
Art in 2 Worlds
July 16 through October 16
 
 
Museum of the Southwest
Midland, TX
915-683-2882
Martin Weinstein: Mixed Media
July 8 through August 28
 
 
Muskegon Museum of Art
Muskegon, MI
231-720-2570
Paintings by Doug Kinsey
July 1 through Sepember 3
 
 
National Gallery of Art
Washington, D.C.
202-737-4215
Winslow Homer in the National Gallery of Art
July 3 through February 20
 
 
National Museum of Wildlife Art
Jackson Hole, WY
307-733-5771
Georgia O'Keeffe: The Unexplainable Thing in Nature
July 1 through October 2
 
 
New Britain Museum of American Art
New Britain, CT
860-229-0257
New/Now: Gene Wilder
July 10 through September 4
 
 
Newport Art Museum
Newport, RI
401-848-8200
Envisioning New England: Treasures from Community Art Museums
July 9 through October 16
 
 
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum
Canyon, TX
806-651-2244
Granville Bruce
July 30 through October 30
 
 
Philbrook Museum of Art
Tulsa, OK
800-324-7941 918-749-7941
Whistler: A Man To Be Envied
August 7 through October 30
 
 
Plains Art Museum
Fargo, ND
701-232-3821
Contemporary Native American Artists - Reflections After Lewis and Clark
July 21 through October 9
 
 
Polk Museum of Art
Lakeland, FL
863-688-7743
Jaune Quick-to-See Smith: Made inA merica
July 30 through October 9
Rebecca Sexton Larson: Another Time, Another Place
July 30 through November 13
 
 
Saint Louis Art Museum
St. Louis, MO
314-721-0072
Nature and the Nation: Hudson River School Landscape Painting from the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
July 1 through September 11
 
 
San Diego Museum of Art
Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
619-232-7931
Maxfield Parrish: Master of Make-Believe
July 16 through September 11
 
 
Schneider Museum of Art
Southern Oregon University
Ashland, OR
541-552-6245
Robert Emory Johnson Retrospective
July 8 through September 17
 
 
Vero Beach Museum of Art
Vero Beach, FL
772-231-0707
Augustus Saint-Gaudens: American Sculptor of the Guilded Age
July 9 through September 4
 
Virginia Historical Society
Richmond, VA
804-342-9665
Wartime Memories: World War II Paintings by Clinton Ford
July 2 through December 11
 
 
Walker Art Center
Minneapolis, MN
612-375-7622
Chuck Close: Self-Portraits, 1967-2005
July 24 through October 16
 
 
Williams College Museum of Art
Williamstown, MA
413-597-2429
Moving Pictures: American Art and Early Film 1880-1910
July 16 through December 11
 

 

August

 

 

 

Amon Carter Museum
Fort Worth, TX
817-738-1933
The Spirit of 291
August 13 through February 5
 
 
Brauer Museum of Art, Valparaiso University
Valparaiso, IN
219-464-5365
Theodore Prescott and Catherine Prescott: Image and Substance
August 26 through October 16
 
 
Burchfield - Penney Art Center
Rockwell Hall, Buffalo State College
Buffalo, NY
716-878-6011
Selected Works by Virginia Cuthbert
August 21 through October 8
 
 
Canton Museum of Art
Canton, OH
330-453-7666
The Simple Life Through the Eyes of Richard Treaster
August 20 through October 30
 
 
Denver Art Museum
Denver, CO
720-865-5000
Blanket Statements
August 13 through December 31
 
 
Dubuque Museum of Art
Dubuque, IA
319-557-1851
Miss the Mississippi: Landscapes of My Home: Paintings by Jennifer Braig
August 30 through November 13
 
 
Eiteljorg Museum
Indianapolis, IN
317-636-9378
Perfect Impressions: The Southwest Prints of Gene Kloss (1903-1996)
August 6 through October 2
 
 
Farnsworth Art Museum
Rockland, ME
207-596-6457
Maine Women: Living on the Land -- A Photo Installation by Lauren Shaw
August 7 through November 20
 
 
Freer Gallery of Art
Smithsonian Institution / Washington, DC
202-357-3200
Pretty Women: Freer and the Ideal of Feminine Beauty
August 13 through September 17 (2006)
 
 
Frye Art Museum
Seattle, WA
206-622-9250
William Cumming: The Image of Consequence
August 20 through January 6
 
 
Georgia Museum of Art
Athens, GA
706-542-GMOA
Jan Matulka: The Global Moderniat
August 27 through November 27
Coming Home: American Paintings, 1930-1950, from the Schoen Collection
August 27 through November 27
 
 
Hearst Center for the Arts
Cedar Falls, IA
319-273-8641
Art in Medicine: Illustrations of Human Anatomy
August 7 through October 16
 
 
Holter Museum of Art
Helena, MT
406.442.6400
Allegory, Icon & Metaphor: Recent Works by Stephanie Frostad, Arin Waddell, and Cathy Weber
August 6 through August 12
 
 
Honolulu Academy of Arts
Honolulu, HI
808-532-8712
A. S. MacLeod: Prints of Hawaii at War and Peace
July 21 through October 16
 
 
Hunter Museum of American Art
Chattanooga, TN
423-267-0968
Richard Jolley: Sculptor of Glass
August 6 through September 25
 
 
Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft
Louisville, KY
502-589-0102
Ever Changing Landscape
August 6 through October 22
 
 
Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester
Rochester, NY
585-473-7720
For the Sake of a Single Verse: Lithographs by Ben Shahn
August 12 through November 20
 
 
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Minneapolis, MN
612-870-3000
James Cleary/Chris Mars
August 12 through October 16
 
 
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts
Montgomery, AL
334-244-5700
Duane Hanson Portraits from the Heartland
August 21 through October 24
 
 
Morris Museum of Art
Augusta, GA
706-724-7501
Heartland Memories: The Prints of Jackson Lee Nesbitt
August 27 through October 9
 
 
Muscarelle Museum of Art / College of William and Mary
Williamsburg, VA
757-221-2700
Charles E. Burchfield: Backyards and Beyond
August 27 through October 23
 
 
Muscatine Art Center
Muscatine, IA
563-263-8282
Froggy and More: 35 Years of Illustration by Frank Remkiewicz
August 21 through October 13
 
 
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Boston, MA
617-267-9300
Ansel Adams
August 21 through December 31
 
 
National Civil Rights Museum
Memphis, TN
901-521-9699
Picture Stories: A Celebration of African American Illustrators
August 18 through November 13
 
 
Peabody Essex Museum
Salem, MA
978-745-9500, 800-745-4054
All of My Life: Contemporary Works by Native American Artists
August 6 through ?
 
 
Pensacola Museum of Art
Pensacola, FL
850-432-6247
Harlem: The Visions of Morgan and Marvin Smith
August 12 through October 15
 
 
Philbrook Museum of Art
Tulsa, OK
800-324-7941 918-749-7941
James McNeill Whistler: Selected Works from the Hunterian Art Gallery
August through October
 
 
Reynolds Gallery at Westmont College
Santa Barbara, CA
805-565-6162
Richard Diebenkorn
August 25 through November 4
 
 
Rockwell Museum
Corning, NY
607-937-5386
Clyde Aspevig
August 4 through October 23
 
 
Tweed Museum of Art
University of Minnesota Duluth
Duluth, MN
218-726-8222
David Axel Ericson (1869-1946): Places and People
August 23 through March 12
 
 
University of Virginia Art Museum
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
434-924-3592
A Jeffersonian Ideal: Selections from the Dr. and Mrs. Henry Landon Collection of American Fine and Decorative Arts
August 27 through November 23
 
 
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Richmond, VA
804 340-1400
An Enduring Legacy: Paintings Acquired Through the J. Harwood and Louise B. Cochrane Fund for American Art
August 10 through Fall 2008
 
 
Westmoreland Museum of American Art
Greensburg, PA
724-837-1500
American Scenery: Themes, Symbols and Pairings in Hudson River School Painting
August 7 through October 23
 

 

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These calendars reference temporary exhibitions of American representational art. Future calendars are updated on a continuous basis -- usually weekly -- as information is received from institutional non-profit sources. The deadline for inclusion in a current monthly calendar is the first day of that month. Not all items submitted are included in calendars. Group exhibitions of artist organizations, faculties and students at museums or art centers and those not deemed to be balanced in favor of American representational art are excluded. Revisions of dates are accepted and encouraged in order for calendars to be as accurate as possible. Exhibition dates may and do change without notice.

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If you are touring, you will find American representational art venues to visit in Sources of News Articles Indexed by State within the United States.

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