Amon Carter Circle Prints and Drawings Forum
For all those who love works on paper, join assistant curator Maggie Adler for a behind-the-scenes look at Sam Francis: Prints featuring the artist’s colorful lithographic work from the Tamarind Institute and a tour of the thematic exhibition Horizon Lines, which features prints and photographs from the permanent collection that encourage us to look more deeply at the role of the simple horizon line in how we perceive an artwork and the world around us.
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Members preview reception
This exhibition explores the work of a relatively unknown artist whose desire to push the boundaries of his imagination reflect in the unique, futuristic worlds he created in both his prints and paintings. The show highlights a series of 48 prints from the permanent collection that Tyler created at SMU in 1970. Featuring architectural environments of surreal, organic, and mechanistic forms, these etchings depict otherworldly places often set within proscenium stages. Also included in the exhibition will be 4 to 5 large paintings in which Tyler translates his unique forms into arbitrary, saturated hues that enliven theatrical landscapes. Please RSVP to email@example.com or 817.989.5060.
Every year, we celebrate the generosity of our Amon Carter Circle members with a special reception and dinner in the Amon Carter’s elegant main gallery. To learn how you can join this group of art enthusiasts, call Mary Lynn Sloane at 817.989.5063.
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND
April 25–April 28, 2017
The name itself evokes images that seem far away from the modern world, a laid-back place to get away from the busy life, a place with none of the things that complicate life. There is an endless expanse of blue sky, stunning views into the Sierra Madre mountains of Mexico and the Chinati mountains of Texas, and the remarkable stucco and white washed architecture of the town. Marfa is also the home of the internationally known contemporary art museum founded by minimalist artist Donald Judd, the Chinati Foundation. If you want to experience this extraordinary place, join us for a four day, three night trip that includes a visit to Fort Davis, star party at McDonald Observatory, Marfa Prada, art galleries and studios, sophisticated restaurants, and the mysterious Marfa Lights.
All inclusive tour price is $1095 per person. (Single supplement is $300.) This fee includes accommodations based on double occupancy, breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily; transportation by luxury motor coach; gratuities for guides and bus drivers; all sightseeing and admission charges; service charges, and taxes.
For reservations please contact Mary Lynn Sloane at 817.989.5063 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. This tour is not ADA accessible.