Treasures II: Virtuosity and Variations
Opening reception: Wednesday, June 7th – 5:00-7:00 pm
Treasures II continues the Center of Southwest Studies’ commitment to display additional works from its’ collections each year. This summer’s rotation focuses on groups of art by specific artists to show depth, breadth and variation in their body of work.
Shown is a set of Stanton Englehart paintings from The Women Series, never before shown in Durango. Also exhibited are prints by Gene Kloss, with their depth of black and white imagery that show her virtuosity in artistry and print techniques. Additional works on view include paintings, prints and sculptures by artists such as R.C. Gorman, Harrison Begay, Joseph Henry Sharp and Fredrick Remington. As part of this exhibit, the Center gallery for the first time will feature oversized textiles from The Durango Collection®.
At the Loom by Beverly Blacksheep