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Boise Art Museum


address  670 Julia Davis Dr.
 Boise, ID  83702
phone (208) 345-8330
hours Sun. noon-5 pm, Tue.-Sat. 10 am-5 pm; 1st Thu. 10 am-9 pm
general adm Included in admission
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An Intentional Eye: Select Gifts from Wilfred Davis Fletcher

Art Show
Wilfred Davis Fletcher (1922 – 2016), a third-generation Idahoan and long-time friend and supporter of the Boise Art Museum, had an inspired collecting vision. Unconstrained by conventional collecting practices and the whims of the art market, he enjoyed discovering new facets of an artist’s work. His unique eye and open-mindedness led him to collect artworks across a variety of media—including ceramics, drawings, glass works, paintings, prints, and sculptures. Mr. Fletcher understood the distinctive allure of collecting, and continued to purchase art until his final days. We celebrate his life and his passion for collecting with this special exhibition, which features artworks from his recently received bequest alongside earlier gifts, all of which he lived with and loved for many years. The works in this exhibition demonstrate his commitment to supporting modern and contemporary American art and artists. Mr. Fletcher donated his first gift—a small graphite drawing by Maynard Dixon—to the Museum in 1984. In the years since then, he has made seventeen additional donations to the Museum, totaling nearly 600 works of art. His incredible generosity has significantly shaped the Museum’s Permanent Collection of approximately 4,000 objects, by introducing artworks by prominent artists who were previously unrepresented. The Permanent Collection is at the heart of what we do at the Boise Art Museum. We are fortunate to have a strong body of artwork from which to draw for exhibitions and educational programs. The Museum is grateful to Mr. Fletcher and proud to have collaborated with him to benefit our community for generations to come.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sat 11/25/17 at 10am 

Bricks and Stones

Art Show
Sean Kenney is an artist and children’s book author. He has more than five million LEGO® bricks at his studio in Brooklyn, New York, which he uses to create sculptures and wall murals. Kenney merges vintage tapestry aesthetics with op-art patterns to create abstract compositions that recall gemstones, such as jade and jasper. Accompanying Kenney’s artwork are actual stones on loan from the Idaho Museum of Mining & Geology and Stewart’s Gem Shop. Rich in history, these spectacular gems present many facets of a gemstone’s transformation. Together, the wall murals and gems offer a unique opportunity for admiring dazzling representations of beauty in natural and artistic creations.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sat 11/25/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 11/26/17 at 12pm 

An Intentional Eye: Select Gifts from Wilfred Davis Fletcher

Art Show
Wilfred Davis Fletcher (1922 – 2016), a third-generation Idahoan and long-time friend and supporter of the Boise Art Museum, had an inspired collecting vision. Unconstrained by conventional collecting practices and the whims of the art market, he enjoyed discovering new facets of an artist’s work. His unique eye and open-mindedness led him to collect artworks across a variety of media—including ceramics, drawings, glass works, paintings, prints, and sculptures. Mr. Fletcher understood the distinctive allure of collecting, and continued to purchase art until his final days. We celebrate his life and his passion for collecting with this special exhibition, which features artworks from his recently received bequest alongside earlier gifts, all of which he lived with and loved for many years. The works in this exhibition demonstrate his commitment to supporting modern and contemporary American art and artists. Mr. Fletcher donated his first gift—a small graphite drawing by Maynard Dixon—to the Museum in 1984. In the years since then, he has made seventeen additional donations to the Museum, totaling nearly 600 works of art. His incredible generosity has significantly shaped the Museum’s Permanent Collection of approximately 4,000 objects, by introducing artworks by prominent artists who were previously unrepresented. The Permanent Collection is at the heart of what we do at the Boise Art Museum. We are fortunate to have a strong body of artwork from which to draw for exhibitions and educational programs. The Museum is grateful to Mr. Fletcher and proud to have collaborated with him to benefit our community for generations to come.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sun 11/26/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 11/28/17 - Sat 12/2/17 at 10am 

Bricks and Stones

Art Show
Sean Kenney is an artist and children’s book author. He has more than five million LEGO® bricks at his studio in Brooklyn, New York, which he uses to create sculptures and wall murals. Kenney merges vintage tapestry aesthetics with op-art patterns to create abstract compositions that recall gemstones, such as jade and jasper. Accompanying Kenney’s artwork are actual stones on loan from the Idaho Museum of Mining & Geology and Stewart’s Gem Shop. Rich in history, these spectacular gems present many facets of a gemstone’s transformation. Together, the wall murals and gems offer a unique opportunity for admiring dazzling representations of beauty in natural and artistic creations.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Tue 11/28/17 - Sat 12/2/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/3/17 at 12pm 

An Intentional Eye: Select Gifts from Wilfred Davis Fletcher

Art Show
Wilfred Davis Fletcher (1922 – 2016), a third-generation Idahoan and long-time friend and supporter of the Boise Art Museum, had an inspired collecting vision. Unconstrained by conventional collecting practices and the whims of the art market, he enjoyed discovering new facets of an artist’s work. His unique eye and open-mindedness led him to collect artworks across a variety of media—including ceramics, drawings, glass works, paintings, prints, and sculptures. Mr. Fletcher understood the distinctive allure of collecting, and continued to purchase art until his final days. We celebrate his life and his passion for collecting with this special exhibition, which features artworks from his recently received bequest alongside earlier gifts, all of which he lived with and loved for many years. The works in this exhibition demonstrate his commitment to supporting modern and contemporary American art and artists. Mr. Fletcher donated his first gift—a small graphite drawing by Maynard Dixon—to the Museum in 1984. In the years since then, he has made seventeen additional donations to the Museum, totaling nearly 600 works of art. His incredible generosity has significantly shaped the Museum’s Permanent Collection of approximately 4,000 objects, by introducing artworks by prominent artists who were previously unrepresented. The Permanent Collection is at the heart of what we do at the Boise Art Museum. We are fortunate to have a strong body of artwork from which to draw for exhibitions and educational programs. The Museum is grateful to Mr. Fletcher and proud to have collaborated with him to benefit our community for generations to come.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sun 12/3/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 12/5/17 - Sat 12/9/17 at 10am 

Bricks and Stones

Art Show
Sean Kenney is an artist and children’s book author. He has more than five million LEGO® bricks at his studio in Brooklyn, New York, which he uses to create sculptures and wall murals. Kenney merges vintage tapestry aesthetics with op-art patterns to create abstract compositions that recall gemstones, such as jade and jasper. Accompanying Kenney’s artwork are actual stones on loan from the Idaho Museum of Mining & Geology and Stewart’s Gem Shop. Rich in history, these spectacular gems present many facets of a gemstone’s transformation. Together, the wall murals and gems offer a unique opportunity for admiring dazzling representations of beauty in natural and artistic creations.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Tue 12/5/17 - Sat 12/9/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/10/17 at 12pm 

An Intentional Eye: Select Gifts from Wilfred Davis Fletcher

Art Show
Wilfred Davis Fletcher (1922 – 2016), a third-generation Idahoan and long-time friend and supporter of the Boise Art Museum, had an inspired collecting vision. Unconstrained by conventional collecting practices and the whims of the art market, he enjoyed discovering new facets of an artist’s work. His unique eye and open-mindedness led him to collect artworks across a variety of media—including ceramics, drawings, glass works, paintings, prints, and sculptures. Mr. Fletcher understood the distinctive allure of collecting, and continued to purchase art until his final days. We celebrate his life and his passion for collecting with this special exhibition, which features artworks from his recently received bequest alongside earlier gifts, all of which he lived with and loved for many years. The works in this exhibition demonstrate his commitment to supporting modern and contemporary American art and artists. Mr. Fletcher donated his first gift—a small graphite drawing by Maynard Dixon—to the Museum in 1984. In the years since then, he has made seventeen additional donations to the Museum, totaling nearly 600 works of art. His incredible generosity has significantly shaped the Museum’s Permanent Collection of approximately 4,000 objects, by introducing artworks by prominent artists who were previously unrepresented. The Permanent Collection is at the heart of what we do at the Boise Art Museum. We are fortunate to have a strong body of artwork from which to draw for exhibitions and educational programs. The Museum is grateful to Mr. Fletcher and proud to have collaborated with him to benefit our community for generations to come.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sun 12/10/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 12/12/17 - Sat 12/16/17 at 10am 

Bricks and Stones

Art Show
Sean Kenney is an artist and children’s book author. He has more than five million LEGO® bricks at his studio in Brooklyn, New York, which he uses to create sculptures and wall murals. Kenney merges vintage tapestry aesthetics with op-art patterns to create abstract compositions that recall gemstones, such as jade and jasper. Accompanying Kenney’s artwork are actual stones on loan from the Idaho Museum of Mining & Geology and Stewart’s Gem Shop. Rich in history, these spectacular gems present many facets of a gemstone’s transformation. Together, the wall murals and gems offer a unique opportunity for admiring dazzling representations of beauty in natural and artistic creations.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Tue 12/12/17 - Sat 12/16/17 at 10am 

An Intentional Eye: Select Gifts from Wilfred Davis Fletcher

Art Show
Wilfred Davis Fletcher (1922 – 2016), a third-generation Idahoan and long-time friend and supporter of the Boise Art Museum, had an inspired collecting vision. Unconstrained by conventional collecting practices and the whims of the art market, he enjoyed discovering new facets of an artist’s work. His unique eye and open-mindedness led him to collect artworks across a variety of media—including ceramics, drawings, glass works, paintings, prints, and sculptures. Mr. Fletcher understood the distinctive allure of collecting, and continued to purchase art until his final days. We celebrate his life and his passion for collecting with this special exhibition, which features artworks from his recently received bequest alongside earlier gifts, all of which he lived with and loved for many years. The works in this exhibition demonstrate his commitment to supporting modern and contemporary American art and artists. Mr. Fletcher donated his first gift—a small graphite drawing by Maynard Dixon—to the Museum in 1984. In the years since then, he has made seventeen additional donations to the Museum, totaling nearly 600 works of art. His incredible generosity has significantly shaped the Museum’s Permanent Collection of approximately 4,000 objects, by introducing artworks by prominent artists who were previously unrepresented. The Permanent Collection is at the heart of what we do at the Boise Art Museum. We are fortunate to have a strong body of artwork from which to draw for exhibitions and educational programs. The Museum is grateful to Mr. Fletcher and proud to have collaborated with him to benefit our community for generations to come.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sun 12/17/17 at 12pm 

Bricks and Stones

Art Show
Sean Kenney is an artist and children’s book author. He has more than five million LEGO® bricks at his studio in Brooklyn, New York, which he uses to create sculptures and wall murals. Kenney merges vintage tapestry aesthetics with op-art patterns to create abstract compositions that recall gemstones, such as jade and jasper. Accompanying Kenney’s artwork are actual stones on loan from the Idaho Museum of Mining & Geology and Stewart’s Gem Shop. Rich in history, these spectacular gems present many facets of a gemstone’s transformation. Together, the wall murals and gems offer a unique opportunity for admiring dazzling representations of beauty in natural and artistic creations.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sun 12/17/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 12/19/17 - Sat 12/23/17 at 10am 

An Intentional Eye: Select Gifts from Wilfred Davis Fletcher

Art Show
Wilfred Davis Fletcher (1922 – 2016), a third-generation Idahoan and long-time friend and supporter of the Boise Art Museum, had an inspired collecting vision. Unconstrained by conventional collecting practices and the whims of the art market, he enjoyed discovering new facets of an artist’s work. His unique eye and open-mindedness led him to collect artworks across a variety of media—including ceramics, drawings, glass works, paintings, prints, and sculptures. Mr. Fletcher understood the distinctive allure of collecting, and continued to purchase art until his final days. We celebrate his life and his passion for collecting with this special exhibition, which features artworks from his recently received bequest alongside earlier gifts, all of which he lived with and loved for many years. The works in this exhibition demonstrate his commitment to supporting modern and contemporary American art and artists. Mr. Fletcher donated his first gift—a small graphite drawing by Maynard Dixon—to the Museum in 1984. In the years since then, he has made seventeen additional donations to the Museum, totaling nearly 600 works of art. His incredible generosity has significantly shaped the Museum’s Permanent Collection of approximately 4,000 objects, by introducing artworks by prominent artists who were previously unrepresented. The Permanent Collection is at the heart of what we do at the Boise Art Museum. We are fortunate to have a strong body of artwork from which to draw for exhibitions and educational programs. The Museum is grateful to Mr. Fletcher and proud to have collaborated with him to benefit our community for generations to come.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Tue 12/19/17 - Sat 12/23/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/24/17 at 12pm 

Bricks and Stones

Art Show
Sean Kenney is an artist and children’s book author. He has more than five million LEGO® bricks at his studio in Brooklyn, New York, which he uses to create sculptures and wall murals. Kenney merges vintage tapestry aesthetics with op-art patterns to create abstract compositions that recall gemstones, such as jade and jasper. Accompanying Kenney’s artwork are actual stones on loan from the Idaho Museum of Mining & Geology and Stewart’s Gem Shop. Rich in history, these spectacular gems present many facets of a gemstone’s transformation. Together, the wall murals and gems offer a unique opportunity for admiring dazzling representations of beauty in natural and artistic creations.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sun 12/24/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 12/26/17 - Sat 12/30/17 at 10am 

An Intentional Eye: Select Gifts from Wilfred Davis Fletcher

Art Show
Wilfred Davis Fletcher (1922 – 2016), a third-generation Idahoan and long-time friend and supporter of the Boise Art Museum, had an inspired collecting vision. Unconstrained by conventional collecting practices and the whims of the art market, he enjoyed discovering new facets of an artist’s work. His unique eye and open-mindedness led him to collect artworks across a variety of media—including ceramics, drawings, glass works, paintings, prints, and sculptures. Mr. Fletcher understood the distinctive allure of collecting, and continued to purchase art until his final days. We celebrate his life and his passion for collecting with this special exhibition, which features artworks from his recently received bequest alongside earlier gifts, all of which he lived with and loved for many years. The works in this exhibition demonstrate his commitment to supporting modern and contemporary American art and artists. Mr. Fletcher donated his first gift—a small graphite drawing by Maynard Dixon—to the Museum in 1984. In the years since then, he has made seventeen additional donations to the Museum, totaling nearly 600 works of art. His incredible generosity has significantly shaped the Museum’s Permanent Collection of approximately 4,000 objects, by introducing artworks by prominent artists who were previously unrepresented. The Permanent Collection is at the heart of what we do at the Boise Art Museum. We are fortunate to have a strong body of artwork from which to draw for exhibitions and educational programs. The Museum is grateful to Mr. Fletcher and proud to have collaborated with him to benefit our community for generations to come.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Tue 12/26/17 - Sat 12/30/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/31/17 at 12pm 

Bricks and Stones

Art Show
Sean Kenney is an artist and children’s book author. He has more than five million LEGO® bricks at his studio in Brooklyn, New York, which he uses to create sculptures and wall murals. Kenney merges vintage tapestry aesthetics with op-art patterns to create abstract compositions that recall gemstones, such as jade and jasper. Accompanying Kenney’s artwork are actual stones on loan from the Idaho Museum of Mining & Geology and Stewart’s Gem Shop. Rich in history, these spectacular gems present many facets of a gemstone’s transformation. Together, the wall murals and gems offer a unique opportunity for admiring dazzling representations of beauty in natural and artistic creations.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sun 12/31/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/2/18 - Sat 1/6/18 at 10am 

An Intentional Eye: Select Gifts from Wilfred Davis Fletcher

Art Show
Wilfred Davis Fletcher (1922 – 2016), a third-generation Idahoan and long-time friend and supporter of the Boise Art Museum, had an inspired collecting vision. Unconstrained by conventional collecting practices and the whims of the art market, he enjoyed discovering new facets of an artist’s work. His unique eye and open-mindedness led him to collect artworks across a variety of media—including ceramics, drawings, glass works, paintings, prints, and sculptures. Mr. Fletcher understood the distinctive allure of collecting, and continued to purchase art until his final days. We celebrate his life and his passion for collecting with this special exhibition, which features artworks from his recently received bequest alongside earlier gifts, all of which he lived with and loved for many years. The works in this exhibition demonstrate his commitment to supporting modern and contemporary American art and artists. Mr. Fletcher donated his first gift—a small graphite drawing by Maynard Dixon—to the Museum in 1984. In the years since then, he has made seventeen additional donations to the Museum, totaling nearly 600 works of art. His incredible generosity has significantly shaped the Museum’s Permanent Collection of approximately 4,000 objects, by introducing artworks by prominent artists who were previously unrepresented. The Permanent Collection is at the heart of what we do at the Boise Art Museum. We are fortunate to have a strong body of artwork from which to draw for exhibitions and educational programs. The Museum is grateful to Mr. Fletcher and proud to have collaborated with him to benefit our community for generations to come.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Tue 1/2/18 - Sat 1/6/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/7/18 at 12pm 

Bricks and Stones

Art Show
Sean Kenney is an artist and children’s book author. He has more than five million LEGO® bricks at his studio in Brooklyn, New York, which he uses to create sculptures and wall murals. Kenney merges vintage tapestry aesthetics with op-art patterns to create abstract compositions that recall gemstones, such as jade and jasper. Accompanying Kenney’s artwork are actual stones on loan from the Idaho Museum of Mining & Geology and Stewart’s Gem Shop. Rich in history, these spectacular gems present many facets of a gemstone’s transformation. Together, the wall murals and gems offer a unique opportunity for admiring dazzling representations of beauty in natural and artistic creations.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sun 1/7/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/9/18 - Sat 1/13/18 at 10am 

An Intentional Eye: Select Gifts from Wilfred Davis Fletcher

Art Show
Wilfred Davis Fletcher (1922 – 2016), a third-generation Idahoan and long-time friend and supporter of the Boise Art Museum, had an inspired collecting vision. Unconstrained by conventional collecting practices and the whims of the art market, he enjoyed discovering new facets of an artist’s work. His unique eye and open-mindedness led him to collect artworks across a variety of media—including ceramics, drawings, glass works, paintings, prints, and sculptures. Mr. Fletcher understood the distinctive allure of collecting, and continued to purchase art until his final days. We celebrate his life and his passion for collecting with this special exhibition, which features artworks from his recently received bequest alongside earlier gifts, all of which he lived with and loved for many years. The works in this exhibition demonstrate his commitment to supporting modern and contemporary American art and artists. Mr. Fletcher donated his first gift—a small graphite drawing by Maynard Dixon—to the Museum in 1984. In the years since then, he has made seventeen additional donations to the Museum, totaling nearly 600 works of art. His incredible generosity has significantly shaped the Museum’s Permanent Collection of approximately 4,000 objects, by introducing artworks by prominent artists who were previously unrepresented. The Permanent Collection is at the heart of what we do at the Boise Art Museum. We are fortunate to have a strong body of artwork from which to draw for exhibitions and educational programs. The Museum is grateful to Mr. Fletcher and proud to have collaborated with him to benefit our community for generations to come.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Tue 1/9/18 - Sat 1/13/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/14/18 at 12pm 

Bricks and Stones

Art Show
Sean Kenney is an artist and children’s book author. He has more than five million LEGO® bricks at his studio in Brooklyn, New York, which he uses to create sculptures and wall murals. Kenney merges vintage tapestry aesthetics with op-art patterns to create abstract compositions that recall gemstones, such as jade and jasper. Accompanying Kenney’s artwork are actual stones on loan from the Idaho Museum of Mining & Geology and Stewart’s Gem Shop. Rich in history, these spectacular gems present many facets of a gemstone’s transformation. Together, the wall murals and gems offer a unique opportunity for admiring dazzling representations of beauty in natural and artistic creations.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sun 1/14/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/16/18 - Sat 1/20/18 at 10am 

An Intentional Eye: Select Gifts from Wilfred Davis Fletcher

Art Show
Wilfred Davis Fletcher (1922 – 2016), a third-generation Idahoan and long-time friend and supporter of the Boise Art Museum, had an inspired collecting vision. Unconstrained by conventional collecting practices and the whims of the art market, he enjoyed discovering new facets of an artist’s work. His unique eye and open-mindedness led him to collect artworks across a variety of media—including ceramics, drawings, glass works, paintings, prints, and sculptures. Mr. Fletcher understood the distinctive allure of collecting, and continued to purchase art until his final days. We celebrate his life and his passion for collecting with this special exhibition, which features artworks from his recently received bequest alongside earlier gifts, all of which he lived with and loved for many years. The works in this exhibition demonstrate his commitment to supporting modern and contemporary American art and artists. Mr. Fletcher donated his first gift—a small graphite drawing by Maynard Dixon—to the Museum in 1984. In the years since then, he has made seventeen additional donations to the Museum, totaling nearly 600 works of art. His incredible generosity has significantly shaped the Museum’s Permanent Collection of approximately 4,000 objects, by introducing artworks by prominent artists who were previously unrepresented. The Permanent Collection is at the heart of what we do at the Boise Art Museum. We are fortunate to have a strong body of artwork from which to draw for exhibitions and educational programs. The Museum is grateful to Mr. Fletcher and proud to have collaborated with him to benefit our community for generations to come.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Tue 1/16/18 - Sat 1/20/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/21/18 at 12pm 

Bricks and Stones

Art Show
Sean Kenney is an artist and children’s book author. He has more than five million LEGO® bricks at his studio in Brooklyn, New York, which he uses to create sculptures and wall murals. Kenney merges vintage tapestry aesthetics with op-art patterns to create abstract compositions that recall gemstones, such as jade and jasper. Accompanying Kenney’s artwork are actual stones on loan from the Idaho Museum of Mining & Geology and Stewart’s Gem Shop. Rich in history, these spectacular gems present many facets of a gemstone’s transformation. Together, the wall murals and gems offer a unique opportunity for admiring dazzling representations of beauty in natural and artistic creations.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sun 1/21/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/23/18 - Sat 1/27/18 at 10am 

An Intentional Eye: Select Gifts from Wilfred Davis Fletcher

Art Show
Wilfred Davis Fletcher (1922 – 2016), a third-generation Idahoan and long-time friend and supporter of the Boise Art Museum, had an inspired collecting vision. Unconstrained by conventional collecting practices and the whims of the art market, he enjoyed discovering new facets of an artist’s work. His unique eye and open-mindedness led him to collect artworks across a variety of media—including ceramics, drawings, glass works, paintings, prints, and sculptures. Mr. Fletcher understood the distinctive allure of collecting, and continued to purchase art until his final days. We celebrate his life and his passion for collecting with this special exhibition, which features artworks from his recently received bequest alongside earlier gifts, all of which he lived with and loved for many years. The works in this exhibition demonstrate his commitment to supporting modern and contemporary American art and artists. Mr. Fletcher donated his first gift—a small graphite drawing by Maynard Dixon—to the Museum in 1984. In the years since then, he has made seventeen additional donations to the Museum, totaling nearly 600 works of art. His incredible generosity has significantly shaped the Museum’s Permanent Collection of approximately 4,000 objects, by introducing artworks by prominent artists who were previously unrepresented. The Permanent Collection is at the heart of what we do at the Boise Art Museum. We are fortunate to have a strong body of artwork from which to draw for exhibitions and educational programs. The Museum is grateful to Mr. Fletcher and proud to have collaborated with him to benefit our community for generations to come.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Tue 1/23/18 - Sat 1/27/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/28/18 at 12pm 

Bricks and Stones

Art Show
Sean Kenney is an artist and children’s book author. He has more than five million LEGO® bricks at his studio in Brooklyn, New York, which he uses to create sculptures and wall murals. Kenney merges vintage tapestry aesthetics with op-art patterns to create abstract compositions that recall gemstones, such as jade and jasper. Accompanying Kenney’s artwork are actual stones on loan from the Idaho Museum of Mining & Geology and Stewart’s Gem Shop. Rich in history, these spectacular gems present many facets of a gemstone’s transformation. Together, the wall murals and gems offer a unique opportunity for admiring dazzling representations of beauty in natural and artistic creations.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sun 1/28/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/30/18 - Sat 2/3/18 at 10am 

An Intentional Eye: Select Gifts from Wilfred Davis Fletcher

Art Show
Wilfred Davis Fletcher (1922 – 2016), a third-generation Idahoan and long-time friend and supporter of the Boise Art Museum, had an inspired collecting vision. Unconstrained by conventional collecting practices and the whims of the art market, he enjoyed discovering new facets of an artist’s work. His unique eye and open-mindedness led him to collect artworks across a variety of media—including ceramics, drawings, glass works, paintings, prints, and sculptures. Mr. Fletcher understood the distinctive allure of collecting, and continued to purchase art until his final days. We celebrate his life and his passion for collecting with this special exhibition, which features artworks from his recently received bequest alongside earlier gifts, all of which he lived with and loved for many years. The works in this exhibition demonstrate his commitment to supporting modern and contemporary American art and artists. Mr. Fletcher donated his first gift—a small graphite drawing by Maynard Dixon—to the Museum in 1984. In the years since then, he has made seventeen additional donations to the Museum, totaling nearly 600 works of art. His incredible generosity has significantly shaped the Museum’s Permanent Collection of approximately 4,000 objects, by introducing artworks by prominent artists who were previously unrepresented. The Permanent Collection is at the heart of what we do at the Boise Art Museum. We are fortunate to have a strong body of artwork from which to draw for exhibitions and educational programs. The Museum is grateful to Mr. Fletcher and proud to have collaborated with him to benefit our community for generations to come.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Tue 1/30/18 - Sat 2/3/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 2/4/18 at 12pm 

Bricks and Stones

Art Show
Sean Kenney is an artist and children’s book author. He has more than five million LEGO® bricks at his studio in Brooklyn, New York, which he uses to create sculptures and wall murals. Kenney merges vintage tapestry aesthetics with op-art patterns to create abstract compositions that recall gemstones, such as jade and jasper. Accompanying Kenney’s artwork are actual stones on loan from the Idaho Museum of Mining & Geology and Stewart’s Gem Shop. Rich in history, these spectacular gems present many facets of a gemstone’s transformation. Together, the wall murals and gems offer a unique opportunity for admiring dazzling representations of beauty in natural and artistic creations.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sun 2/4/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 2/6/18 - Sat 2/10/18 at 10am 

An Intentional Eye: Select Gifts from Wilfred Davis Fletcher

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Wilfred Davis Fletcher (1922 – 2016), a third-generation Idahoan and long-time friend and supporter of the Boise Art Museum, had an inspired collecting vision. Unconstrained by conventional collecting practices and the whims of the art market, he enjoyed discovering new facets of an artist’s work. His unique eye and open-mindedness led him to collect artworks across a variety of media—including ceramics, drawings, glass works, paintings, prints, and sculptures. Mr. Fletcher understood the distinctive allure of collecting, and continued to purchase art until his final days. We celebrate his life and his passion for collecting with this special exhibition, which features artworks from his recently received bequest alongside earlier gifts, all of which he lived with and loved for many years. The works in this exhibition demonstrate his commitment to supporting modern and contemporary American art and artists. Mr. Fletcher donated his first gift—a small graphite drawing by Maynard Dixon—to the Museum in 1984. In the years since then, he has made seventeen additional donations to the Museum, totaling nearly 600 works of art. His incredible generosity has significantly shaped the Museum’s Permanent Collection of approximately 4,000 objects, by introducing artworks by prominent artists who were previously unrepresented. The Permanent Collection is at the heart of what we do at the Boise Art Museum. We are fortunate to have a strong body of artwork from which to draw for exhibitions and educational programs. The Museum is grateful to Mr. Fletcher and proud to have collaborated with him to benefit our community for generations to come.
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Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Tue 2/6/18 - Sat 2/10/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 2/11/18 at 12pm 

Bricks and Stones

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Sean Kenney is an artist and children’s book author. He has more than five million LEGO® bricks at his studio in Brooklyn, New York, which he uses to create sculptures and wall murals. Kenney merges vintage tapestry aesthetics with op-art patterns to create abstract compositions that recall gemstones, such as jade and jasper. Accompanying Kenney’s artwork are actual stones on loan from the Idaho Museum of Mining & Geology and Stewart’s Gem Shop. Rich in history, these spectacular gems present many facets of a gemstone’s transformation. Together, the wall murals and gems offer a unique opportunity for admiring dazzling representations of beauty in natural and artistic creations.
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Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sun 2/11/18 at 12pm 

An Intentional Eye: Select Gifts from Wilfred Davis Fletcher

Art Show
Wilfred Davis Fletcher (1922 – 2016), a third-generation Idahoan and long-time friend and supporter of the Boise Art Museum, had an inspired collecting vision. Unconstrained by conventional collecting practices and the whims of the art market, he enjoyed discovering new facets of an artist’s work. His unique eye and open-mindedness led him to collect artworks across a variety of media—including ceramics, drawings, glass works, paintings, prints, and sculptures. Mr. Fletcher understood the distinctive allure of collecting, and continued to purchase art until his final days. We celebrate his life and his passion for collecting with this special exhibition, which features artworks from his recently received bequest alongside earlier gifts, all of which he lived with and loved for many years. The works in this exhibition demonstrate his commitment to supporting modern and contemporary American art and artists. Mr. Fletcher donated his first gift—a small graphite drawing by Maynard Dixon—to the Museum in 1984. In the years since then, he has made seventeen additional donations to the Museum, totaling nearly 600 works of art. His incredible generosity has significantly shaped the Museum’s Permanent Collection of approximately 4,000 objects, by introducing artworks by prominent artists who were previously unrepresented. The Permanent Collection is at the heart of what we do at the Boise Art Museum. We are fortunate to have a strong body of artwork from which to draw for exhibitions and educational programs. The Museum is grateful to Mr. Fletcher and proud to have collaborated with him to benefit our community for generations to come.
Event Info: (203) 345-8330
Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Tue 2/13/18 - Sat 2/17/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 2/18/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 2/20/18 - Sat 2/24/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 2/25/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 2/27/18 - Sat 3/3/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 3/4/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 3/6/18 - Sat 3/10/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 3/11/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 3/13/18 - Sat 3/17/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 3/18/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 3/20/18 - Sat 3/24/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 3/25/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 3/27/18 - Sat 3/31/18 at 10am 

Mapping the Past: Selections from the Thomas J. Cooney Collection

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Map makers have the unique ability to collapse both time and space in their works. Mapping the Past explores what mapping means both in the technical sense and in the metaphorical sense, looking beyond pure cartography for deeper meaning. Most of the works collected here, which were recently gifted to the Museum by Thomas J. Cooney, date to the 17th century. As new scientific understanding developed at that time, cartographers were intent on accurately depicting the known world by applying theories of the physical universe. Although mathematical and scientific accuracy were important to map makers, because their works were also highly sought after by armchair travelers who longed to know and understand other cultures, maps also revealed significant biases of the time. The relatively recent discovery of the Americas, as well as expanded contact with the cultures of the East, greatly increased public interest in distant lands.
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Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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Schedule
 • Sat 11/25/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 11/26/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 11/28/17 - Sat 12/2/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/3/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 12/5/17 - Sat 12/9/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/10/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 12/12/17 - Sat 12/16/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/17/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 12/19/17 - Sat 12/23/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/24/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 12/26/17 - Sat 12/30/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/31/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/2/18 - Sat 1/6/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/7/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/9/18 - Sat 1/13/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/14/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/16/18 - Sat 1/20/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/21/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/23/18 - Sat 1/27/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/28/18 at 12pm 

Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain

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Organized by The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon, the Heard Museum presents a retrospective of the work of contemporary Oregon artist Rick Bartow (1946-2016). Featuring 115 drawings, paintings, prints, mixed-media works and, sculpture, "Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain" will explore the artist's career, from the 1970s to his most recent work. We invite you to join us in sharing Bartow's magnificent work. The exhibition will explore themes such as: Gesture, Self, Dialogue, Tradition, Transformation, and New Work. Accompanying the exhibition will be a lavishly illustrated catalogue. In the catalogue, curator and executive director of The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Jill Hartz, addresses the new work while her co-curator, Danielle Knapp, McCosh Associate Curator at the JSMA, discusses the other thematic sections. Lawrence Fong, former curator of American and regional art at the JSMA, examines the impact of Bartow's New Zealand experience and American Indian heritage.
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Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sat 11/25/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 11/26/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 11/28/17 - Sat 12/2/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/3/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 12/5/17 - Sat 12/9/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/10/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 12/12/17 - Sat 12/16/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/17/17 at 12pm 

Cheryl K. Shurtleff: The Road is Wider than Long

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Born in Ontario, Oregon, in 1947, celebrated artist Cheryl K. Shurtleff grew up on a fruit ranch near Payette, Idaho. She earned a BFA in Drawing and Painting from Boise State College in 1973 and an MA in Art Education from Boise State University in 1978. She went on to earn an MA in Art History from the University of Oregon in 1988. In 2013, Shurtleff retired from Boise State University after a 35-year tenure as a Professor of Art. Her work is in many private and public collections. The Road is Wider than Long explores Shurtleff’s complex body of work, much of which has a strong bent toward the uncanny, mysterious, and surreal. Borrowing its title from Roland Penrose’s 1938 book of Surrealist poetry, which Shurtleff had among the many books in her library, the exhibition examines both the artwork she created and the ephemera she collected, and underscores the ways in which the objects in Shurtleff’s home and studio informed and inspired her art practice. Featuring both two- and three-dimensional work alongside source imagery and objects, the exhibition showcases the incredible breadth and depth of the work Shurtleff created before her death in 2015.
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Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sat 11/25/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 11/26/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 11/28/17 - Sat 12/2/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/3/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 12/5/17 - Sat 12/9/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/10/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 12/12/17 - Sat 12/16/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/17/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 12/19/17 - Sat 12/23/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/24/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 12/26/17 - Sat 12/30/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/31/17 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/2/18 - Sat 1/6/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/7/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/9/18 - Sat 1/13/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/14/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/16/18 - Sat 1/20/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/21/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/23/18 - Sat 1/27/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/28/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/30/18 - Sat 2/3/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 2/4/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 2/6/18 - Sat 2/10/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 2/11/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 2/13/18 - Sat 2/17/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 2/18/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 2/20/18 - Sat 2/24/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 2/25/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 2/27/18 - Sat 3/3/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 3/4/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 3/6/18 - Sat 3/10/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 3/11/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 3/13/18 - Sat 3/17/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 3/18/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 3/20/18 - Sat 3/24/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 3/25/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 3/27/18 - Sat 3/31/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 4/1/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 4/3/18 - Sat 4/7/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 4/8/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 4/10/18 - Sat 4/14/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 4/15/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 4/17/18 - Sat 4/21/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 4/22/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 4/24/18 - Sat 4/28/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 4/29/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 5/1/18 - Sat 5/5/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 5/6/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 5/8/18 - Sat 5/12/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 5/13/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 5/15/18 - Sat 5/19/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 5/20/18 at 12pm 

Consider the Source

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Following Weather or Not and Tall Tales, this is the third exhibition in a series based on the Boise Art Museum’s Art Cards. These exhibitions are the result of a unique collaboration between the Museum’s curators and educators and have been thoughtfully designed to foster art appreciation and learning. Many of the works in this exhibition were included in the set of BAM Art Cards called In Your Element and were chosen for their connection to the elements of earth, air, fire, or water. Expanding on this concept, the exhibition looks at the physical elements used to create works of art, whether man-made or naturally occurring. Exploring the idea of materiality, Consider the Source presents an original arrangement of works from the Museum’s Permanent Collection. Artists have created the works using substances as diverse as clay, fiber, gelatin silver, glass, graphite, ink, metal, paper, pigment, polymer, stone, and wood. Materiality is an essential component of the creative process and determines how artists execute their works. Viewers are invited to spend time looking closely at the artworks to decipher how and why the artists have employed particular materials.
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Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sat 11/25/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 11/26/17 at 12pm 
 • Mon 11/27/17 - Sat 12/2/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/3/17 at 12pm 
 • Mon 12/4/17 - Sat 12/9/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/10/17 at 12pm 
 • Mon 12/11/17 - Sat 12/16/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/17/17 at 12pm 
 • Mon 12/18/17 - Sat 12/23/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/24/17 at 12pm 
 • Mon 12/25/17 - Sat 12/30/17 at 10am 
 • Sun 12/31/17 at 12pm 
 • Mon 1/1/18 - Sat 1/6/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/7/18 at 12pm 
 • Mon 1/8/18 - Sat 1/13/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/14/18 at 12pm 
 • Mon 1/15/18 - Sat 1/20/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/21/18 at 12pm 
 • Mon 1/22/18 - Sat 1/27/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/28/18 at 12pm 
 • Mon 1/29/18 - Sat 2/3/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 2/4/18 at 12pm 
 • Mon 2/5/18 - Sat 2/10/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 2/11/18 at 12pm 
 • Mon 2/12/18 - Sat 2/17/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 2/18/18 at 12pm 
 • Mon 2/19/18 - Sat 2/24/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 2/25/18 at 12pm 
 • Mon 2/26/18 - Sat 3/3/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 3/4/18 at 12pm 
 • Mon 3/5/18 - Sat 3/10/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 3/11/18 at 12pm 
 • Mon 3/12/18 - Sat 3/17/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 3/18/18 at 12pm 
 • Mon 3/19/18 - Sat 3/24/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 3/25/18 at 12pm 
 • Mon 3/26/18 - Sat 3/31/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 4/1/18 at 12pm 
 • Mon 4/2/18 - Sat 4/7/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 4/8/18 at 12pm 
 • Mon 4/9/18 - Sat 4/14/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 4/15/18 at 12pm 
 • Mon 4/16/18 - Sat 4/21/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 4/22/18 at 12pm 
 • Mon 4/23/18 - Sat 4/28/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 4/29/18 at 12pm 

Jo Hamilton: Knots in Time

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Fiber artist Jo Hamilton moved to Portland after graduating from the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland. Although educated as a painter, she eventually began to explore the representational possibilities of crochet. She depicts the urban fabric of Portland and its people, using traditional materials such as yarn, as well as alternative materials such as plastic and parachute cord. Hamilton learned to crochet from her grandmother, and the link between craft and human relationships pervades her work. Her portraits and cityscapes stem as much from the traditional handicrafts passed down to her by her grandmother as from her training in fine arts. By combining the traditions of crochet and academic painting, Hamilton’s work draws viewers into a world in which looking, knowing, and making are bound together. Rather than working from patterns, Hamilton achieves her likenesses by knotting, unraveling, and re-knotting her compositions until securing accurate representations of her subjects. This attention to detail, combined with her unusual choice of materials, imbues even Hamilton’s large-scale works with a surprising warmth and familiarity, whether of the sprawling urban environment or its residents. Jo Hamilton: Knots in Time includes intimate portraits of the artist’s friends and family alongside a series of portraits based on mug shots from Multnomah County. The exhibition also highlights several of Hamilton’s expansive cityscapes that provide a commentary on Portland’s development boom.
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Price: Museum admission $3-$8; members, BSU students & children under 6 free
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 • Sat 1/13/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/14/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/16/18 - Sat 1/20/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/21/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/23/18 - Sat 1/27/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 1/28/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 1/30/18 - Sat 2/3/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 2/4/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 2/6/18 - Sat 2/10/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 2/11/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 2/13/18 - Sat 2/17/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 2/18/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 2/20/18 - Sat 2/24/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 2/25/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 2/27/18 - Sat 3/3/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 3/4/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 3/6/18 - Sat 3/10/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 3/11/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 3/13/18 - Sat 3/17/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 3/18/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 3/20/18 - Sat 3/24/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 3/25/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 3/27/18 - Sat 3/31/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 4/1/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 4/3/18 - Sat 4/7/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 4/8/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 4/10/18 - Sat 4/14/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 4/15/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 4/17/18 - Sat 4/21/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 4/22/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 4/24/18 - Sat 4/28/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 4/29/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 5/1/18 - Sat 5/5/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 5/6/18 at 12pm 
 • Tue 5/8/18 - Sat 5/12/18 at 10am 
 • Sun 5/13/18 at 12pm