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ME: Body & Self

This exhibit is presented with support from the City of Huntington Mayor’s Council for the Arts.

This exhibit is presented with support from The Katherine & Herman Pugh Exhibitions Endowment.

This exhibit is presented with support from The Isabelle Gwynn and Robert Daine Exhibition Endowment.

This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History, and the National Endowment for the Arts, with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts.

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In His Nature: Botanical Prints from the Collection of Dr. Marion C. Korstanje

In His Nature: Botanical Prints from the Collection of Dr. Marion C. Korstanje is co-curated with Josh Hamrick, Director of the C. Fred Edward’s Conservatory at the Huntington Museum of Art. From the prodigious collection of more than 250 artworks given to the Museum by the late Dr. Korstanje, 40 botanical prints have been thoughtfully selected for their aesthetic beauty and their contributions to greater scientific understanding of our world. Many of these illustrations relate to plant species found in the Conservatory or on the Museum’s hiking trails, thereby making connections between person and place, observation and perception, artmaking and scientific inquiry.

This exhibit is presented with support from the City of Huntington Mayor’s Council for the Arts.

This exhibit is presented with support from The Isabelle Gwynn and Robert Daine Exhibition Endowment.

This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History, and the National Endowment for the Arts, with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts.

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WE: Community

This exhibit is presented with support from the City of Huntington Mayor’s Council for the Arts.

This exhibit is presented with support from The Katherine & Herman Pugh Exhibitions Endowment.

This exhibit is presented with support from The Isabelle Gwynn and Robert Daine Exhibition Endowment.

This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History, and the National Endowment for the Arts, with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts.

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Bill of Rights by Paul M. Levy

This exhibit will be in the spotlight as a 4th Tuesday Tour Event on September 24, 2024.

Artist and educator Paul M. Levy was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1944. Levy earned a BA in industrial design from the University of Cincinnati in 1968 and an MFA in printmaking and sculpture from Ohio University in 1973. He worked for design firms in Ohio, New York, and California from 1964-1971 and taught at the University of Cincinnati and Ohio University from 1971-1973.

Levy came of age during a particularly tumultuous and transformational time in American history. His popular print series titled Bill of Rights, created from 1970-1974, was sparked by American politics in the era of the Vietnam War (1955-1975). He witnessed during this period an erosion of the individual liberties and limits to government power enshrined in those first ten amendments to the United States Constitution. He also observed attempts by all sides in this divisive conflict to harness the symbolism of the American flag for political purposes.

Together, the 15 silkscreen prints in Bill of Rights are a graphic statement of Levy’s personal convictions as an artist and an engaged citizen. With fresh perspective and clever manipulation of the formal elements of the American flag, he calls attention to the importance of each amendment in this founding document – though two amendments, the first and the fifth, inspired more than one design. Last exhibited as a group in 2008, these prints were given to the Museum by The Huntington Publishing Company in 1975.

This exhibit is presented with support from the City of Huntington Mayor’s Council for the Arts.

This exhibit is presented with support from The Isabelle Gwynn and Robert Daine Exhibition Endowment.

This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History, and the National Endowment for the Arts, with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts.

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Portfolio 2024

The Huntington Museum of Art presents the work of Tri-State high school and middle school art students in the Portfolio 2024 exhibit, which is on view from April 13 through May 12, 2024. The free opening reception for this exhibit takes place on Saturday, April 13, from 2 to 4 p.m.

“We are very pleased with the participation in this year’s exhibit that gives high school and middle school art students a chance to exhibit their work in a museum setting while building a portfolio for advanced study,” said HMA Education Director Cindy Dearborn.

There are 176 student artworks featured in this year’s exhibit. Participating West Virginia schools include Buffalo Middle School; Cabell Midland High School; George Washington Middle School; Hamlin PK-8; Huntington High School; Kermit PK-8; Lincoln County High School; Logan High School; Mason County Career Center; Our Lady of Fatima; Point Pleasant Junior/Senior High School; Sherman High School; and Tolsia High School. Participating Kentucky schools include Boyd County High School; Paul G. Blazer High School; Russell Middle School; and Russell High School. Ohio’s participating school is Ironton High School.

This exhibit is presented with support from the City of Huntington Mayor’s Council for the Arts.

This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History, and the National Endowment for the Arts, with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts.

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The Visual Elements: Pattern & Texture

The Huntington Museum of Art will present The Visual Elements: Pattern & Texture, which is the concluding exhibit in a two-year series focusing on the basic building blocks of art, from April 6 through July 21, 2024.

Drawing inspiration from the vision of famed architect Walter Gropius, The Visual Elements series has cultivated creativity and a greater understanding of artistic expression with six consecutive exhibitions that explore the foundational building blocks of artmaking. Using the Museum’s permanent collection, each exhibition thematically emphasized a certain shared aspect of the art on display. Yet artworks are, most often, arrangements of multiple elements. Each interrelated exhibition also demonstrated how the visual elements build on one another.

This series began with one of the simplest and most versatile elements in any artist’s toolbox: line. Subsequent exhibits investigated shape & form, value, color, and space. Now, we examine pattern and texture. Pattern recognition describes a cognitive process that matches information received from a stimulus in the environment with that retrieved from memory. It is a fundamental function of the brain, one that is innate to creating and experiencing art. Texture is the feel or appearance of a surface. These qualities may be tactile and perceived by our sense of touch or implied through the artist’s ability to skillfully manipulate their media.

This exhibit is presented with support from the City of Huntington Mayor’s Council for the Arts.

This exhibit is presented with support from The Isabelle Gwynn and Robert Daine Exhibition Endowment.

This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History, and the National Endowment for the Arts, with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts.