Arts News: Nelson-Atkins Digital French Paintings Catalogue
he secret lives of paintings and what lies beneath their surfaces are among the extraordinary territories we explore in The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art’s new digital catalogue of its French paintings and pastels.
“Marcus Cain: Borrowed Light” and “Ky Anderson: Star School,” Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art
Brooklyn-based Kansas City Art Institute alum Ky Anderson’s exhibit “Star School” is the result of a middle-of-the-night vision in which she imagined a series of paintings “filled with stars and the intricate structures used to view them.”
“Paper Routes – Women to Watch 2020,” Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
What the artist describes as “a community of naked, plush creatures called fumblys” populate Fuko Ito’s pastel-colored, psychedelic work, and I, for one, would like to go on record as saying I’m up for this adventure anytime.
Arts News: Longtime KC Artist Anne Austin Pearce Takes New Post in California
The prolific, down-to-earth and exceptional Anne Austin Pearce, a Kansas City artist for as long as I can remember, has departed for Aliso Viego, California, to teach at Soka University, a four-year liberal arts college.