“Who Was Nellie Gail Moulton?” is the first comprehensive retrospective of the artist’s work in over 50 years. Nellie Gail Moulton was one of the first female artists to join the Laguna Beach art colony in the early 1900s and the Moulton name has become synonymous with the history of Orange County. (CLICK IMAGE ABOVE TO READ THE FULL POST)
“Something Revealed: California Women Artists Emerge, 1860-1960” exhibition at the Pasadena Museum of History, was selected by Hyperallergic as number 4 of the top 20 art exhibitions in Los Angeles for the year 2019.
Roberta Allen writes about the landmark women artists exhibition at the Pasadena Museum of History and shares her thoughts on the groundbreaking artists included in the exhibit.
Abe Ahn of the online arts magazine Hyperallergic writes about the landmark California women artists exhibition: “An exhibition brings together work by artists whose contributions to art movements and regional histories might have been obscured, forgotten, or overshadowed by those of their male colleagues.”
Hyperallergic guest author, John Seed, professor of art and art history at Mt. San Jacinto College in Southern California discusses the iconic painting “Bus Stop” by Elsie Palmer Payne as well as the artist’s life, career as an artist and her marriage to another recognizable name in California art history, the landscape painter Edgar Payne.
In “Southwest Art” writer Mackenzie McCreary covered the “Something Revealed” exhibit at the Pasadena Museum of History. The exhibit showed from the fall of 2018 until late spring of 2019. (CLICK THE IMAGE ABOVE TO READ THE FULL POST)
On March 25th, 2019 artnet news published coverage of “A Fascinating Exhibition” as they described the “Something Revealed” exhibit at the Pasadena Museum of History.
In the March edition of Los Angeles County Museum of Art “On Fire” author William Poundstone wrote, “One of this season’s sleepers is Something Revealed: California Women Artists Emerge, 1860-1960.” In the article he drew special attention to the rediscovered life and career of the painter Ruth Miller Kempster.
The article is replete with numerous images taken from the exhibit at the Pasadena Museum of History, “Something Revealed” running from October 2018 until the end of March 2019.
KCET’s Art and Entertainment writer, Meher McArthur, details the artists and works included in “Something Revealed: California Women Artists Emerge, 1860-1960” exhibition that is running through March of 2019.