I made my way across country to the sunshine coast of California to attend the artists reception at the Palm Springs Art Museum. I had the pleasure of meeting the Juror, Jan Adlmann at the museum. First time stepping off the plane into the desert light was a delightful experience. In our DC winter, I forget how luscious and uplifting a vision of crisp light can be. The Palm Springs Art Museum boasts a striking collection of contemporary art. Currently on display in the museum is an exhibit of Roy Lichtenstein Prints 1956-97, From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation through March 11. The museum showcases a large gorgeous Dale Chihuly glass sculpture in the atrium.
About 170 folks including artists, presenters, patrons and visitors attended the reception for The ARTISTS COUNCIL 38TH ANNUAL NATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION which spilled out into the adjoining sculpture garden.
January 24 through March 4, 2007
I'll be back.
Photos from the ARTISTS COUNCIL 38TH ANNUAL NATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION
Juror: Jan E. Adlmann, Santa Fe, NM
photo credit: Ron Root
Palm Springs Art Museum
Marchand programs funded in part by the DC Commission on The Arts and Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment For The Arts.