Modern Frescos: Ali Cavanaugh
Jan 18 - May 13, 2018
Jan 18 • 6pm • Artist Talk with Ali Cavanaugh
Ali Cavanaugh is an internationally represented fine artist. She studied painting at Kendall College of Art and Design and the New York Studio Residency Program in New York City. Cavanaugh's paintings have been featured on book covers, countless internet features such as the Huffington Post, Fine Art Connoisseur, Hi-Fructose and in numerous print publications including, American Art Collector, American Artist Watercolor.
Annual Permian Basin Juried Art Exhibition
May 17 -June 29, 2018
This year marks the 60th anniversary of the Annual Permian Basin Juried Art Exhibition, which aims to highlight the talent of artists in and around the West Texas region. For this year's exhibition, artists are encouraged to explore the theme METAMORPHOSIS. This exhibition is hosted by the Ellen Noël Art Museum in partnership with the Odessa Art Association.
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Captured by Detail: Camille Engel
Feb 22 - May 20, 2018
Feb 22 • 6pm • Artist Talk with Camille Engel
Camille Engel (1955) sees the splendor of everyday objects. She is able to capture in life captivated by detail, these intricate works focusing attention upon the rich colors and textures found in some of the most unheralded subjects while reflecting the artist’s victory over personal hardships.
She is an acute observer of the beauty that most of us overlook, Engel is amazed and fascinated with color and texture, seeking to capture the richness of life. These oil paintings invite us to momentarily step into her world of observation and share in her joy of the transcendent beauty all around us.
This exhibition showcases a new body work done in her realism style and celebrates the artist’s Tennessee home and showcases unique depictions of the Tennessee State Symbols.
June 1 - Aug 26, 2018
This Museum curated show will celebrate Texas artists. The exhibit will highlight individuals who have changed the course in fashion and have dresses some of most well-known people. Additionally, the exhibition will showcase important Texas artist from 1880 to 1940. Works include paintings by Tom Lea (El Paso), Furniture by Johann Jahn (New Braunfels), Sculpture by Elisabet Ney (Austin), Ceramics by Wilson Pottery Brothers (Seguin) and Prints by Merritt Mauzey (Clifton).