Art on Sunday–Project Listing (sequential)
Maman – (Art on Sunday #1) – October 25, 2015; a large, bronze spider sculpture
World’s Most Expensive Painting by a Woman – November 8, 2015; Georgia O’Keeffe’s Jimson Weed/White Flower No. 1.
Allies – November 15, 2015; Allies Day May 1917, Fifth Avenue, New York, New York
Garden Statue – November 22, 2015; Middleton Place Plantation, Dorchester County, South Carolina
A Christmas Still Life – November 29, 2015; 1886 oil on canvas painting by Eloise Harriet Stannard (1829-1915)
Swannanoa/Swannanoa II – December 6, 2015, Swannanoa/Swannanoa II, Painted and chromium-plated steel with wood and metal base, 1959/1974
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.
Christmas Morning – December 20, 2015; Christtagmorgen (Christmas Morning), 1844, oil on panel, Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller
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
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
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
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.
Before Shots Were Fired – February 28, 2016; Fort Sumter before the Civil War by Bvt. Brigadier General Seth Eastman.
Wuxtry – August 28, 2016; Woodcut color print by Albert Abramovitz, a Federal Arts Project Work Projects Administration work.
Are you hopeful? – September 11, 2016; Painting includes the ruins of the World Trade Center, New York City
1884 American Express Night Train – Night scene on the New York Central Railroad, American Express company’s special express train.
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.
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
Perforated Object – October 9, 2016; inspired by an artifact discovered in 1936 in a excavation.
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.
Snap Apple Night (aka Halloween or All Hallow Eve) – October 30, 2016; All-hallow Eve by Daniel Maclise
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.
Sleeping Lady with Black Vase – March 26, 2017 – A long lost painting discovered thanks to a cameo in Stuart Little?
Returning is Secondary – November 12, 2017 – On her first combat mission, badly damaged by anti-aircraft fire, Hell’s Wench, flies valiantly on leading her formation to their targets.