Tag Archives: Women’s History Month

Celebrating Women’s History Month Highlighting Sharon Kopriva

In honor of Women’s History Month, we are highlighting artist, Sharon Kopriva. Sharon’s work is included in the exhibition, Entwined: Ritual Wrapping and Binding in Contemporary Southern Art. Sharon Kopriva, a Texas native, currently works in Houston, Texas and Hope, Idaho. She earned her M.F.A. in painting from the University of Houston in 1981. Since her…

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March Collection Highlight: Exploring the Work of Minnie Evans for Women's History Month

In honor of Women’s History Month we are highlighting the work of Minnie Evans, featured in our exhibition, What Music is Within: Black Abstraction from the Permanent Collection. The paintings and drawings of Minnie Evans depict scenes from the artist’s personal dream world. The central theme in Evans’ paintings are organic objects, plants and and eyes encompassing…

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Happy International Women’s Day Highlighting Works by Female Artists at the O!

Happy International Women’s Day! We are celebrating this important day by highlighting work by women artists from our permanent collection, as well as work on view in our upcoming exhibitions, Revelations: Recent Photography Acquisitions and Entwined: Ritual Wrapping and Binding in Contemporary Southern Art, both opening this month. FLORENCE MCCLUNG Florence McClung’s Cypress Swamp, Caddo Lake, from the…

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Celebrating International Women’s Day Learn More About the Women Behind the Work

Happy International Women’s Day! We are celebrating by highlighting a selection of work by women artists currently on view at the Ogden Museum! Minnie Evans Minnie Evans was an African American folk artist, surrealist and visionary who was born in Pender County, North Carolina in 1892. Evans did not begin to draw or paint until…

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