Works of outstanding Bay Area artf rom the di Rosa Preserve were exhibited at The Kreeger Museum, seen outside California for the first time since 1997.
Robert Hudon, E-Flat, 1986, Bronze and horn. Photo by Greg Staley
This exhibition showcased the extraordinary vision of innovative artist Kendall Buster and consisted of a major site-specific installation, drawings and models.
Kendall Buster, Portable Highrise, 2003, Photo by Erich Keel
William Christenberry is an exemplary artist whose poignant, sensitive works effectively communicate on a profound moral and poetic level.
William Christenberry, Rear of House after Removal of Kitchen; T.B. Hicks' Store; Red Building in Forest; South End of Palmist Building, 2001, Collection of the artist(clockwise, beginning in top left corner)
Fourteen artists from the Washington, DC, metropolitan area created monuments on 22” x 30” sheets of paper (two of the sculptors contributed models instead of works on paper) conveying the quality and relevance of the Present.
John Ruppert, Orb, 2000
Sam Gilliam in 3-D was the first special exhibition presented by The Kreeger Museum.
Sam Gilliam, Stepped and Folded, 1998