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.
In December of 2018, artnet news listed the top 32 inspiring art exhibits to see across the nation. Our exhibit at the Pasadena Museum of History, “Something Revealed,” was named as one of these.
In October of 2018, Scarlett Cheng of Arroyo Magazine wrote about our exhibit at the Pasadena Museum of History “Something Revealed”
Los Angeles Times writer, Carolina Miranda, writes about Maurine St. Gaudens and Joseph Morsman and their years long search into the lives of historical California women artists and the fascinating stories behind the creation of “Emerging from the Shadows” and the exhibition which it inspired.
Announced in PASADENA NOW, “Something Revealed” at the Pasadena Museum of History is an exhibition of over 250 works by under appreciated California female artists and the role they played in shaping the arts and culture over a period of 100 years. The exhibit opens September 29th and runs through March 31, 2019.
Journal of the Print World features Emerging artist Dorothy Stratton King in their April 2018 publication.
Upcoming Exhibition at the Pasadena Museum of History. “Something Revealed; California Women Artists Emerge, 1860-1960” opening October, 2018 through March, 2019.
Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento acquires a Ruth Miller Kempster painting rediscovered by Maurine St. Gaudens and featured in “Emerging from the Shadows”
The Summer 2017 cover article of the Journal of American Art Pottery Association profiles Polia Pillin, her career as a fine art painter and her inclusion in “Emerging from the Shadows.”
In anticipation of the upcoming exhibit at the Creative Arts Group in Sierra Madre, Kat Ward covered the four-volume set with particular attention to several of its artists.