"Painted Landscapes: Contemporary Views" Art Exhibit

Heritage opens its season (April 15-October 9) with a special exhibit, Painted Landscapes: Contemporary Views, featuring works by Paul Resika, April Gornik, Jim Holland, and 44 other premier American contemporary landscape painters. The artists use the traditional genre of landscape painting in compelling new ways, addressing contemporary issues of land use, nature appreciation, and ecology through their paintings of the American environment. Each artist featured takes acute notice of the physical world at a time of heightened awareness of the landscape, informed by today’s concerns including climate change, environmental health, conservation and the green movement.

Painted Landscapes: Contemporary Views offers a range of styles, subjects and approaches which, when taken together form an intimate, contemporary and startlingly beautiful collection that addresses what landscape painting is today. The styles range from representational to abstract to non-objective and include established art stars, emerging talent, mentors, devotees, students and teachers. All of the work continues a tradition which persists through time and in popularity as artists use their surroundings as inspiration for creative expression and form a unique portrait of our country. Painted Landscapes: Contemporary Views shows us America today. Guest curator for the exhibit is New York art expert Lauren Della Monica.

Free with Museum admission; Museum admission: $18 adults, $8 children ages 3-11, children 2 years and under are free. Members receive free admission.

Questions? Call 508-888-3300 x142 or email info@heritagemuseums.org.