Art on Sunday–Project Listing (sequential)

  1. Maman – (Art on Sunday #1) – October 25, 2015; a large, bronze spider sculpture
  2. World’s Most Expensive Painting by a Woman – November 8, 2015; Georgia O’Keeffe’s Jimson Weed/White Flower No. 1.
  3. Allies – November 15, 2015; Allies Day May 1917, Fifth Avenue, New York, New York
  4. Garden Statue – November 22, 2015; Middleton Place Plantation, Dorchester County, South Carolina
  5. A Christmas Still Life – November 29, 2015; 1886 oil on canvas painting by Eloise Harriet Stannard (1829-1915)
  6. Swannanoa/Swannanoa II – December 6, 2015, Swannanoa/Swannanoa II, Painted and chromium-plated steel with wood and metal base, 1959/1974
  7. On The Trail Of Discovery – December 13, 2015, features five life-sized bronze figures: Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, a generic Indian man and girl, and Clark’s big explorer dog Seaman. 
  8. Christmas Morning – December 20, 2015; Christtagmorgen (Christmas Morning), 1844, oil on panel, Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller
  9. Memories – January 10, 2016; Memories; sculpture by Ken Payne. Bronze of a Cowboy and Young Boy on a Horse,
    outside of Mountain Trails Galleries on corner of Center and Deloney in Jackson, Wyoming
  10. A Selfie Painting – January 17, 2016; Self-Portrait, ca. 1911, Oil on panel, Morton Livingston Schamberg,Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas, August 1, 2015
  11. Self-Portrait Among Churchgoers – January 24, 2016; Self-Portrait Among Churchgoers, 1939, Tempera on Board, Ben Shahn,Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas, August 1, 2015
  12. Hope – January 31, 2016; John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, memorializes the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot, the worst civil disturbance in American History.
  13. Before Shots Were Fired – February 28, 2016; Fort Sumter before the Civil War by Bvt. Brigadier General Seth Eastman.
  14. Wuxtry – August 28, 2016; Woodcut color print by Albert Abramovitz, a Federal Arts Project Work Projects Administration work.
  15. Are you hopeful? – September 11, 2016; Painting includes the ruins of the World Trade Center, New York City
  16. 1884 American Express Night TrainNight scene on the New York Central Railroad, American Express company’s special express train.
  17. Brigadier General Herman Haupt on a scout boat – September 25, 2016; created by hand painting over a photograph by Andrew J. Russell taken in the middle of the American Civil War.
  18. A Flower and A Poem – October 2, 2016; The Passion Flower image was sketched and painted by Sophina Gordon in the 1860s, and compiled with others into a book
  19. Perforated Object – October 9, 2016; inspired by an artifact discovered in 1936 in a excavation.
  20. Brooklyn Bridge – October 16, 2016, Brooklyn Bridge is Joseph Stella’s best-known and most moving testimonial to the power and majesty of America’s modern industrial landscape.
  21. Snap Apple Night (aka Halloween or All Hallow Eve) – October 30, 2016; All-hallow Eve by Daniel Maclise
  22. Dear Jane – November 12, 2016; Jane Stickle’s 1863 sampler quilt – sampler quilts are comprised of different block patterns that are generally non-repeating – is an inspiration for quilters all over the world.
  23. Sleeping Lady with Black Vase – A long lost painting discovered thanks to a cameo in Stuart Little?
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