Tag archives: abstract art

Abstract Art at Mid-Century
By Lynda Millner   |   July 12, 2022

Larry J. Feinberg, Robert and Mercedes Eichholz Director of the Board of Trustees of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, invited various folks to Going Global: Abstract Art at Mid-Century – the latest exhibition at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art (SBMA). It features 35 works from the Museum’s permanent collection. It runs the gamut […]

A Global Opening
By Richard Mineards   |   June 28, 2022

After its hugely successful Van Gogh exhibition, Santa Barbara Museum of Art launched Going Global: Abstract Art at Mid-Century. The show, which runs through September 25, features 35 works from the museum’s permanent collection running the gamut of mediums, from painting and sculpture to photography and lithography, and artist-invented mediums, including forms of kinetic art […]

Exhibit Explores Contemporary Abstract Art
By Scott Craig   |   July 29, 2021

The Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art invites visitors to explore the diverse expressions and meanings of abstract art through the exhibition, “Towards a 21st Century Abstraction,” on display through August 14. Artists and visitors are welcome Monday through Friday between 10 am to 4 pm. Before coming to campus, guests must fill out a health […]

The Accidental Abstract Artist
By Steven Libowitz   |   August 29, 2019

Peggy Ferris knew she wanted to be an artist ever since her childhood on Long Island, when she used to escape a chaotic family that included four sisters by heading into her room to draw. “I was really intrigued with capturing images, particularly of horses, trying to catch its spirit in a drawing,” she said, […]