Welcome to the Walsh Art Gallery
11 a.m.-5 p.m.
12 p.m.-4 p.m.
Also open one hour prior to curtain and during intermission of Quick Center season performances.
Closed at any time the Quick Center is closed for the holidays.
Elements of Peace: Marlene Siff
Thursday, September 20 - Sunday, December 2, 2012
Wednesday, November 14 at 7 p.m. - Gallery Talk with the Artist. Free.
"My paintings, works on paper, and sculpture depict imagery of personal events and psychological issues. They are expressed through geometric shapes, color, light, space, texture, edges and movement each interplaying with one another engaging the viewer to participate. The 'Elements of Peace' series pays homage to people who have been affected by war. White is soft, quiet, spiritual, unadorned and full of infinite possibilities. My intention is to create an architectural space for rest, retreat, connection, reflection and identification." - Marlene Siff, artist
Colleen Browning: A Brush with Magic
(in collaboration with the Bellarmine Museum of Art)
Thursday, January 24 - Sunday, March 24, 2013
The Bellarmine Museum of Art and Thomas J. Walsh Art Gallery collaborative exhibition of Realist artist Colleen Browning is a truly exceptional occasion. Colleen Browning found inspiration for her paintings in her everyday world and in her travels to exotic locations. The circus town of Baraboo, Wisconsin, inspired one of her most impressive series of paintings, which features the circus, pageants, clowns, and marching bands. Picture of a Painting of the Great Circus Parade, 1988, is a study of illusion, fragmented and combined mirrors of reality.
Of Celtic ancestry, she received her early artistic training at a provincial art school in southern England, where her accomplishments led to a scholarship at London's Slade School of Art. Her first solo exhibition was held at London's Little Gallery when Browning was 31 years old. From her immigration to the United States in 1949, she exhibited her work in the Whitney Museum of American Art Biennial, the Carnegie International, at Chicago's Art Institute, the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, and the National Academy of Design in New York City. As one of America's most accomplished Realists, Browning was a leader in the realist revival of the 1990s.
Collaboration with Dr. Philip Eliasoph, professor of art history at Fairfield University and author of Colleen Browning: The Enchantment of Realism.
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Po Kim: The Spirit of Change
Thursday, April 18 - Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Born in Korea in 1919, Po Kim studied art in Tokyo, Japan. He returned to Korea in 1946 to establish the Fine Art Department of Chosun University in Kwangju, Korea, where he was a professor and chairman. In 1955, he came to America on a fellowship at the University of Illinois, moving to New York City two years later. In 2000, Kim received an honorary doctorate degree of letters from Chosun University. Kim's career as an artist spans more than six decades. The Thomas J. Walsh Art Gallery is honored to feature over 30 of his works as part of the exhibition.
Exhibitions on Screen
EXHIBITIONS is a new theatrical series of events, bringing the world's greatest art exhibitions to cinema screens worldwide. EXHIBITIONS will feature the world's foremost upcoming art exhibitions, creatively captured especially for the big screen.