Ogden Museum’s annual O What a Night! Gala will take place Saturday, January 15! One of the works up for bid in this year’s live auction is John Isiah Walton’s Queen. Queen is a part of John Isiah’s series Black Paintings and is the sibling piece to Negro King Rex. Referencing the royal-like status of… Read More about Bid on John Isiah Walton’s “Queen” at O What a Night! Gala 2021 Taking place January 15, 2022
O What a Night! Gala is Saturday, January 15 and the Silent Auction, presented Neal Auction Company is officially opening for bidding! We are pleased to present 100+ works of art by regional artists in our O What a Night! Gala Silent Auction, supporting and celebrating the art of the American South. Support the O and the… Read More about Bidding is now open for the O WHAT A NIGHT! GALA SILENT AUCTION, PRESENTED BY NEAL AUCTION COMPANY Bidding closes January 16 at 5 p.m.
Español abajo Create your own symmetrical abstract painting! Minnie Evans, Untitled, c. 1970, Mixed media on paper Minnie Evans was an artist who spent most of her life in Wilmington, North Carolina. She served as a gatekeeper at the famous Arlie Gardens for several years and much of her work is inspired by the beautiful… Read More about O-riginal Art Activities: Symmetrical Painting Inspired by Minnie Evans
O What a Night! Gala is Saturday, January 15 and the Silent Auction is officially on preview! We are pleased to present 100+ works of art by regional artists in our O What a Night! Gala Silent Auction, supporting and celebrating the art of the American South. Support the O and the artists, who receive a portion… Read More about PREVIEW ITEMS IN THE O WHAT A NIGHT! GALA SILENT AUCTION, presented by Neal Auction Company Bidding opens January 7, 2022!
Español abajo Share holiday cheer this season by sending a postcard to your loved ones. Supplies Paper, Pencil Instructions Step 1: Search your home for materials to use for your postcard or letter. In addition to paper and a pencil, look for materials you can collage or color with. Be sure to ask a parent… Read More about Movement Mondays: Winter Holiday Postcard
Transform an old pair of shoes into a work of art with a bright and color design like George Andrews has done. George Andrews was born in 1911 Plainview, Georgia and died in 1996. George Andrews was a self-taught artist. He was given the nickname, Dot Man because of his unique dot style that he… Read More about O-riginal Art Activities: Wacky Shoes Inspired by George Andrews