Make sure to check out the Nevada Museum of Art this month. There are a few long standing exhibitions that are coming to a close, and you don’t want to miss your opportunity to see these at the museum!
Closing April 5:
Daniel McCormick & Mary O’Brien’s Watershed Sculpture – Photographs of the commissioned watershed sculpture that is located along the Carson and Truckee rivers and other archives donated by the artists of their previous works.
Closing April 10:
Scholastic Art Awards 2015 – Winning artwork from Northern Nevada students grades 7 to 12. The artwork has been judged by a panel of local artists and professionals.
Closing May 3:
No Boundaries: Aboriginal Australian Contemporary Abstract Painting – Paintings created by nine elderly men from the Western Australian desert who were leaders in their communities. These paintings explore the abstract and examine the possibilities of Aboriginal art.
Victoria Sambunaris’ Taxonomy of a Landscape – Photographs that document the status of the vast American landscape. Sambunaris crossed the US by car to capture the declining terrain in this series of photographs.
Consuelo Jimenez Underwood’s Mothers — The Art of Seeing – Working with materials such as plastic, barbed wire, and steel wire, Underwood has created a series of works that explore Mexican heritage and related issues.