2003 Museum Calendar

American Representational Art Exhibitions

Hosted by Non-Profit Art Museums

Updated 11/14/03



 

January

 

 
Brandywine River Museum
Chadds Ford, PA
1-610-388-2700
Capturing Nureyev: James Wyeth Paints the Dancer
January 25 through May 18
 
 
Freer Gallery of Art
Smithsonian Institution / Washington, DC
202-357-3200
Whistler in Venice: The Pastels
Jan. 18 through June 15
 
 
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Indianapolis, IN
317-923-1331
Art of Rob Day
January 7 through February 2
 
 
Laband Art Gallery at Loyola Marymount University
Los Angeles, CA
310-338-2880
Faces/Figures: Body Encounters in the Work of Peter Liashkov and Dan McCleary
January 25 through April 5
 
 
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum
Wausau, WI
715-845-7010
Francis Lee Jaques: Master Artist of the Wild
January 25 through March 30
 
 
Midwest Museum of American Art
Elkhart, IN
219-293-6660
Adams, Forsyth and Steele: Indiana Paintings from the Lilly Endowment Collection
January 24 through April 6
Indiana Art, 1900-1950 from the Permanent Collection
January 24 through March 2
 
 
Minnesota Museum of American Art
Saint Paul, MN
1-651-292-4355
An Artist's Paradise: Minnesota Landscapes 1840-1940
January 25 through June 22
 
 
University of Virginia Art Museum
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
434-924-3592
Honoring the Legacy of Lewis and Clark: Native American Art and the American West
January 11 through March 2
 
 
Wadsworth Atheneum
Hartford, CT
860-278-2670
Marsden Hartley: American Modernist
Jan. 17 through Apr. 13
 
 

February

 
 
Corcoran Gallery of Art
Washington, DC
202-639-1700
Whistler and His Circle in Venice
February 8 through May 5
 
 
Desert Caballeros Western Museum
Wickenburg, AZ
928-684-2272
HOME: Traces of Humanity in Western Landscape Painting
February 1 through March 30
 
 
Indiana University Art Museum
Bloomington, IN
812-855-5445
William Merritt Chase: Four Paintings from the Lilly Endowment Collection
February 15 through May 4
 
 
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Los Angeles, CA
213-857-6000
Ansel Adams at 100
Feb. 2 through Apr. 27
Sargent and Italy
Feb. 9 through May 11
 
 
Mills College Art Museum
Oakland, CA
1-510-430-2164
California Paintings 1910-1940: Selections from Mills College Art Museum
Feb. through Mar.
 
 
Norman Rockwell Museum
Stockbridge, MA
413-298-4100
The Berenstain Bears Celebrate: The Art of Stan and Jan Berenstain
February 8 through May 27, 2003
 
 

March

 
 
Berman Museum of Art - Pennsylvania
Collegeville, PA
1-610-409-3500
The Human Factor: Figuration in American Art 1950-1995
Feb. 2 through Mar 30
 
 
Long Island Museum of Art, History and Carriages
Stony Brook, NY
1-631-751-0066
Country Scenes for City Patrons: Works by William Sidney Mount
March 29 through September 1
 
 
Maryhill Museum of Art
Goldendale, WA
509-773-3733
Maryhill Favorites from the American Collection
March 15 through November 15
 
 
Mint Museum of Art
Charlotte, NC
704-337-2000
Hopper: The Paris Years
March 1 through May 25
 
 
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Fort Worth, TX
1-866-824-5566
Philip Guston Retrospective
March 30 through June 8
 
 
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA
213-626-6222
Laura Owens
March 16 through June 22
 
 
National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum
Oklahoma City, OK
405-478-2250
A Poetic Spirit: The Enduring Art of Kenneth Riley
March 8 through May 26, 2003
 
 
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Washington, D.C.
202-275-1500
Light Screens: The Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright
March 14 through July 20
 
 
 
 

April

 
 
 
Allentown Art Museum
Allentown, PA
610-432-4333
Smorgasboard on Paper: American Drawings and Watercolors from the Museum's Collection
April 6 through June 8
 
 
Frick Collection
New York, NY
212-288-0700
Whistler, Women, and Fashion
April 22 through July 13
 
 
Hyde Collection Art Museum
Glens Falls, NY
518-792-1761
Family Matters: American Impressionism and Realism
April 27 through July 27
 
 
Juniata College Museum of Art
Huntingdon, PA
814-641-3505
Along the Juniata: Thomas Cole and the Dissemination of American Landscape Imagery
April 4 through September 13
 
 
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum
Wausau, WI
715-845-7010
Feast the Eye, Fool the Eye: Still Life and Tromp L'oeil Pantings
April 5 through June 1
 
 
Long Island Museum of Art, History and Carriages
Stony Brook, NY
1-631-751-0066
Winslow Homer the Illustrator: His Wood Engravings
April 5 through May 26
 
 
Midwest Museum of American Art
Elkhart, IN
219-293-6660
Roger Brown, Chicago Imagist: Selected Works from the Roger Brown Study Collection from the School of Art of the Art Institute of Chicago
April 4 throiugh June 1
 
 
National Gallery of Art
Washington, D.C.
202-737-4215
Frederic Remington: The Color of Night
April 6 through July 6
 
 
Neuberger Museum of Art
Purchase, NY
914-251-6100
Milton Avery: Selections from the Permanent Collection
April 13 through August 3
 
 
Richmond Art Museum
Richmond, IN
765-966-0256
Adams, Forsyth and Steele: Indiana Paintings from the Lilly Endowment Collection
April 26 through July 6
 
 
Virginia Historical Society
Richmond, VA
804-342-9665
Early Images of Virginia Indians: The William W. Cole Collection
April 8 through September 28
 
 
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Richmond, VA
804 340-1400
Uncommon Legacies: Native American Art from the Peabody Essex Museum
April 24 through July 20
 
 

May

 

 

Brandywine River Museum
Chadds Ford, PA
1-610-388-2700
Summers in Maine: Paintings by N.C. Wyeth
May 31 through September 1
 
 
Berman Museum of Art - Pennsylvania
Ursinus College
Collegeville, PA
610-409-3500
From Belgium to the Ballet: The Versatile Landscape of H. Theodore Hallman Sr.
May 28 through August 31
 
 
Dallas Museum of Art
Dallas, TX
214-922-1200
Concentrations 43: Maureen Gallace
May 11 through August 17, 2003
 
 
Desert Caballeros Western Museum
Wickenburg, AZ
928-684-2272
The West's Best
May 3 through June 22
 
 
Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science
Evansville, IN
812-425-2406
Eda Sterchi: Spirited Soul
May 25 through July 20
 
 
Fort Wayne Museum of Art
Fort Wayne, IN
219-422-6467
William Merritt Chase: Four Paintings from the Lilly Endowment Collection
May 17 through August 3
 
 
Greenville County Museum of Art
Greenville, SC
864-271-7570
So Far: Paintings by Bo Bartlett, 1978-2002
May 28 through September 21
 
 
Hyde Collection Art Museum
Glens Falls, NY
518-792-1761
Frederic Remington: Illustrator, Sculptor, Painter
May 25 through August 24
 
 
Katonah Museum of Art
Katonah, NY
914-232-9555
Edward Giobbi: Paintings
May 11 through July 27
 
 
Maryhill Museum of Art
Goldendale, WA
509-773-3733
Reflecting on Lewis and Clark: Contemporary Native American Viewpoints
July 13 through November 15
 
 
Muscarelle Museum of Art / College of William and Mary
Williamsburg, VA
757-221-2700
Georgia O'Keeffe and the Calla Lilly in American Art, 1860-1940
May 31 through August 10
 
 
Phippen Museum
Prescott, AZ
928-778-1385
JD CHallenger: Symbolism and Ceremonies
May 9 through July 31
 
 
Wadsworth Atheneum
Hartford, CT
860-278-2670
Benny Andrews: Bicentennial Series
May 2 through Aug. 3

 

June

 
 
Akron Art Museum
Akron, OH
330-376-9185
In a Romantic Mood: American Impressionists and Their Era
June 14 - August 30, 2003
 
 
 
Allentown Art Museum
Allentown, PA
610-432-4333
Treasures from the Greater Lehigh Vallery
June 8 through November 9
William Christine: The Grand Canyon Series
June 22 through September 28
 
 
Art Institute of Chicago
Chicago, IL
312-443-3600
Chicago, Window on the West: Artists and Patrons of the New Frontier, 1890-1940
June 28 through September 21
 
 
Bennington Center for the Arts
Bennington, VT
802-442-7158
Art of the American Indian
June 14 through August 24
Floyd Scholz:  Fine Art Bird Carvings
June 14 - December 24
 
 
Burchfield - Penney Art Center
Rockwell Hall, Buffalo State College
Buffalo, NY
716-878-6011
Listening to the Trees: Burchfield Masterworks from the Spiro Family Collection
Ends: November 2
 
 
Cantor Arts Center / Stanford University
Stanford University
Stanford, CA
650-723-4177
The Changing Garden: Four Centuries of European and American Art
June 11 through September 7
 
 
Centro Cultural del Conde Duque
Madrid, Spain
011-34-91-588-5822
Masters of Light, Plein-Air Painting in California 1890-1930
June 18 through Augus 31
 
 
Clark (Sterling and Francine) Art Institute
Williamstown, MA
413-458-9545
Turner: The Late Seascapes
June 14 through September 7
 
 
Corcoran Gallery of Art
Washington, DC
202-639-1700
Portraits of Places: Works by Childe Hassam
June 7 through August 4
 
 
DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park
Lincoln, MA
781-259-8355
Joseph Wheelwright: Stone Heads and Tree Figures
June 7 throughn May 16
 
 
Denver Art Museum
Denver, CO
720-865-5000
Sargent and Italy
June 28 through September 21
 
 
Desert Caballeros Western Museum
Wickenburg, AZ
928-684-2272
The Mountains Know: The Photographs of Michael Collier
June 28 through September 1
 
 
Emerson Gallery at Hamilton College
Clinton, NY
315-859-4396
Monhegan Island: A 150-Year Tradition (1858-2003)
June 5 through August 10
 
 
Everson Museum of Art
Syracuse, NY
315-474-6064
Fields: Gary Ernest Smith
June 1 through September 7
 
 
Farnsworth Art Museum
Rockland, ME
207-596-6457
Pirates: From the Golden Age of American Illustration
June 15 through September 21
 
 
Fayetteville Museum of Art
Fayetteville, NC
910-485-5121
Georgia O'Keeffe: An Artist's Landscape
June 13 through July 27
 
 
Freer Gallery of Art
Smithsonian Institution / Washington, DC
202-357-3200
Whistler's Greatest Etchings: The 1889 Amsterdam Set
June 28 through Feb. 1, 2004
 
 
Grand Rapids Art Museum
Grand Rapids, MI
616-831-1000
Chris Stoffel Overvoorde: A Life in Art
June 20 through September 7
 
 
Greenville County Museum of Art
Greenville, SC
864-271-7570
Mary Whyte: Alfreda's World
June 11 through August 31
 
 
Hockaday Museum of Art
Kalispell, Montana
406-755-5268
WaterWorks
 June 5 through July 10
 
 
Holter Museum of Art
Helena, MT
406.442.6400
Intimate Teerrain: The Paintings of Michael Haykin
June 16 through August 17
 
 
Honolulu Academy of Arts
Honolulu, HI
808-532-8712
Artists of Hawai'i 2003
June 5 through July 27
 
 
Hunter Museum of American Art
Chattanooga, TN
423-267-0968
The John A. and Margaret Hill Collection of American Western Art
June 28 through September 14
 
 
Kalamazoo Institute of Arts
Kalamazoo, MI
616-349-7775
The Woman as Subject: Selections from the Permanent Collection
June 14 through August 30
 
 
Knoxville Museum of Art
Knoxville, TN
865-525-6101
William Russell Briscoe
June 3 through August 31
 
 
Krasl Art Center
St. Joseph, MI
616-983-0271
Marc Sijan: Ultra Realistic Sculpture
June 8 through August 7
 
 
Louisiana Arts and Science Center
Baton Rouge, LA
225-344-5272
Robert Henri and His Influence: From the Permanent Collection of the Sheldon Memorial Gallery
June 25 through August 10
 
 
Lowe Art Museum at University of Miami
Coral Gables, FL
305-284-3603
Edouard Duval-Carrié: Endless Passage
June 14 through September 7
 
 
Madison Art Center
Madison, WI
608-257-0158
Some Assemblage Required: Collage Culture in Post-War America
June 7 through August 17
 
 
Mattatuck Museum
Waterbury, CT
203-753-0381
Picture Perfect: The Art of Northwest Connecticut
June 1 - September 18, 2003
 
 
Miami Art Museum
Miami, FL
305-375-3000
American Tableaux: Many Voices, Many Stories
June 20 through September 7
 
 
Monterey Museum of Art
Monterey, CA
831-372-5477
Joseph Raphael (1869-1950
June 7 through August 31
 
 
Monteserrat College of Art
Beverly, MA
508-922-8222
Without Likeness: Paintings by Anne Harris
June 2 through July 11
 
 
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Chicago, IL
312-280-2660
Thomas Struth
June 28 through September 28
 
 
Museum of Nebraska Art
Kearney, NE
308-865-8559
Edgar Jerins: New Work
June 1 through September 14
 
 
National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum
Oklahoma City, OK
405-478-2250
Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition
June 13 through September 8
 
 
National Museum of Wildlife Art
Jackson Hole, WY
307-733-5771
The Hole Range: Wildlife and Landscape of the Tetons and Wind Rivers
June 5 through November 9
 
 
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
Los Angeles, CA
213-763-3466
California's Native Grandeur: Preserving the Vanishing Landscapes
June 8 through September 1
 
 
Norman Rockwell Museum
Stockbridge, MA
413-298-4100
Norman Rockwell in Arlington
June 7 through October 26
 
 
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum
Canyon, TX
806-651-2244
Neighbors: Texas Artists in New Mexico
June 21 through October 5, 2003
 
 
Parrish Art Museum
Southhampton, NY
631-283-2118
Augustus Saint-Gaudens: American Sculptor of the Gilded Age
June 8 through August 3
 
 
Peninsula Fine Arts Center
Newport News, VA
757-596-8175
Size Matters: From the Collection of Sydney and Frances Lewis
June 07 through September 07
Richard McMahan's Mini Museum: From Tiny Tut to Petit Pop
June 07 through September 07
 
 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Philadelphia, PA
215-972-7600
Times of Change: Artists' Choices, 1913-1945 Works from the Permanent Collection
June 14 through April 4
 
 
Phillips Collection
Washington D.C.
202-387-2151
Marsden Hartley
Jun. 7 through Sep. 7
 
 
Portland Museum of Art - Maine
Portland, Maine
1-207-775-6148 or 1-800-639-4067
Fairfield Porter: A Life in Art, 1907-1975
June 19 through September 7
 
 
San Antonio Museum of Art
San Antonio, TX
210-978-8100
Carmen Lomas Garza: A Retrospective
June 2 through August 26
 
 
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
San Francisco, CA
415-357-4000
Faith, Hope and Impossibility: The Art of Philip Guston
June 28 through September 28
 
 
Smart Museum of Art - University of Chicago
Chicago, IL
773-702-0200
Material Identity: Prints by Robert Arneson
June 21 through September 7
 
 
Stark University Center Galleries
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX
979-845-6081
Milton Avery Revisited: Works from the Louis and Annette Kaufman Collection
June 5-July 20
 
 
St. John's Museum of Art
Wilmington, NC
910-763-0281
From Sea to Shining Sea: American Treasures from the North Carolina Museum of Art
June 20 through May 30
 
 
Terra Museum of American Art
Chicago, IL
312-664-3939
Out of the Shadows: Helen Torr, A Retrospective
June 28 through August 17
The Master Prints of Edward S. Curtis: Portraits of Native America
June 7 through September 21
A Rich Simplicity: Folk Art from the Terra Foundation for the Arts Collection
June 7 through September 21
 
 
Triton Museum of Art
Santa Clara, CA
408-247-3754
Theodore Wores: Man of Purpose and Vision  
June 6 through February 15
 
 
Tyler Museum of Art
Tyler, Texas
903-595-1001
The Child in Me: Illustrations by Caldecott Award-Winning Artist Ed Young
June 28­August 24
 
 
Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery
Nashville, TN
615-322-0605
Summer Reading: Artists' Books in Nashvile Collections
June 17 through August 16
 
 
Ventura County Museum of History and Art
Ventura, CA
805-653-0323
Powerful Beauty: Images of Ventura County Women
June 7 through August 31.
 
 
Vero Beach Museum of Art
Vero Beach, FL
772-231-0707
Passavanti and Biladeau
June 7 through July 20
 
 
Yellowstone Art Museum
Billings, MT
406-256-6804
Painted Essays: William Keith's Landscapes of the West
June 6 through July 27
 
 

July

 

 

Art Institute of Chicago
Chicago, IL
1-312-443-3600
Painters and the American West
Summer 2003
 
 
Bakersfield Museum of Art
Bakersfield, CA
661-323-7219
California, This Golden Land of Promise
July 10 through September 11
 
 
Brevard Museum of Art & Science
Melbourne, FL
321-242-0737
Sigi Oberlaender: Jazz
July 19 through August 24
 
 
Chicago Cultural Center
Chicago, IL
312-744-6630
Thomas Skomski: Rooms with Views
July 19 thrugh September 14
 
 
DePauw University
Greencastle, IN
765-658-4800
Adams, Forsyth and Steele: Indiana Paintings from the Lilly Endowment Collection
July 26 through October 12
 
 
Elvehjem Museum of Art
University of Wisconsin - Madison, WI
608-263-2246
Jim Dine Prints: 1985­2000
July 12 through September 21
 
 
Farnsworth Art Museum
Rockland, ME
207-596-6457
Men at Work: Paintings by Kristina Branch
July 20 through September 28
 
 
Gibbes Museum of Art
Charleston, SC
843-722-2706
Works by Warhol: From the Cochran Collection
July 29 through December 7
 
 
Greenville County Museum of Art
Greenville, SC
864-271-7570
Corrie McCallum: Take Note
July 12 through September 14
 
 
Hearst Center for the Arts
Cedar Falls, IA
319-273-8641
Landscapes from the Permanent Collection
July 31 through October 12
 
 
Henry Art Gallery
University of Washington / Seattle, WA
206-543-2280
On Wanting to Grow Horns: The Little Theatre of Tom Knechtel
July 18 through October 6
 
 
Illinois State Museum
Springfield, IL
217-782-7387
John James Audubon: The Birds of America, Prints From the Collection of the Illinois State Museum
July 20 through October 5
 
 
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
Kansas City, MO
816-753-5784
Greg Rose: Paradise Redux
July 11 through October 5
 
 
Museum of Art and History, Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz, CA
831-429-1964
Ian Everard: Extricating Memory
July 1 through November
 
 
Nevada Museum of Art
Reno, NV
775-329-3333
Edward Hopper: The Paris Years
July 11 through September 21
 
 
Newark Museum
Newark, NJ
973-596-6550
Art Explores Religion
July 30 through September 28
 
 
Paine Art Center and Gardens
Oshkosh, WI
920-235-6903
Art Quilts Now
July 1 through September 15
 
 
Saginaw Art Museum
Saginaw, MI
989-754-2491
Reflections of Superior: Artists under sail
July 11 through August 31
 
 
Shelburne Museum
Shelburne, VT
802-985-3346
Red, White, and Blue: American Patriotic Images
July 4 through October 26
 
 
Smart Museum of Art - University of Chicago
Chicago, IL
773-702-0200
Big Idea: The Maquettes of Robert Arneson
July 10 through September 14
 
 
Washington County Museum of Fine Arts
Hagerstown, MD
301-739-5727
Elizabeth O'Reilly Exhibition
July 5 through August 24
From the Mountains to the Sea
July 11 through September 21
Ship to Shore Paintings
July 25 through September 14
 
 
Yellowstone Art Museum
Billings, MT
406-256-6804
A Western Icon: The Art & Stories of Will James
July 10 through June 30,
 
 

August

 

 

 
Art Museum of Southeast Texas
Beaumont, TX
409-832-3432
PAINTED ESSAYS: William Keith's Landscapes of the West
August 16 through October 5
 
 
Ball State University Museum of Art
Muncie, IN
765-285-5242
William Merritt Chase: Four Paintings from the Lilly Endowment Collection
August 16 through November 2
 
 
Bennington Center for the Arts
Bennington, VT
802-442-7158
George Cherepov Retrospective
August 30 through December 24
Impressions of New England
August 30 through December 24
 
 
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum
Neenah, WI
920-751-4670
Norman Rockwell Lithographs
August 24 through October 12
 
 
Bruce Museum
Greenwich, CT
203-869-0376
Wendell Minor's America the Beautiful: Celebrating 15 Years of Picture Book Art
August 2 through November 2
 
 
Cape Museum of Fine Arts
Dennis, MA
508-385-4477
Philip Koch: New England Dreams and Reality
August 15 through September 21
 
 
Charles Allis Art Museum
Milwaukee, WI
414-278-8295
Will Kolstad Paintings and Drawings
August 17 through September 14
 
 
Corcoran Gallery of Art
Washington, DC
202-639-1700
True Impressions: French and American Impressionist Painting
August through December
 
 
Crocker Art Museum
Sacramento, CA
916-264-5423
Remembering the Family Farm: 150 Years of American Prints
August 22 through November 9
 
 
Farnsworth Art Museum
Rockland, ME
207-596-6457
The Lucid Mark: 15 Years of Painting by Dennis Pinette
August 03 through November 02
 
 
Foothill Arts Center
Golden, CO
303-279-3922
Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibition
August 30 through October 26
 
 
Harvard University Art Museums
Cambridge, MA
617-495-9400
Harvard Collects American Art
August 9 through February 22
 
 
Krasl Art Center
St. Joseph, MI
616-983-0271
Passage:  Recent Paintings and Drawings by Honore Lee
August 14 - October 12
 
 
Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester
Rochester, NY
716-473-7720
All Around the Town: Artists' New York
August 1 through October 26
 
 
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Minneapolis, MN
612-870-3000
George Washington: A National Treasure
August 1 through November 30
 
 
Mint Museum of Art / Mint Museum of Craft+Design
Charlotte, NC
704-337-2000
American Quilt Classics 1800-1980: The Bresler Collection
August 30 through January 4
 
 
Muscatine Art Center
Muscatine, IA
563-263-8282
African American Works on Paper
August 3 through September 21
 
 
Pensacola Museum of Art
Pensacola, FL
850-432-6247
Parlour Tricks: The Sculptures of Christopher Saucedo
August 22 through October 11
Real Illusions: John O'Connor's Blackboards
August 29 through October 4
 
 
Portland Museum of Art - Maine
Portland, Maine
1-207-775-6148 or 1-800-639-4067
Charles Frederick Kimball
August 31 through December 7
 
 
Seattle Art Museum
Seattle, WA
206-654-3100
The View from Here: The Pacific Northwest 1800-1930
August 8 through February 29
 
 
Shelburne Museum
Shelburne, VT
802-985-3346
From Goodnight Moon to Art Dog: The World of Clement, Edith, and Thacher Hurd
August 1 - October 26
 
 
Speed Art Museum
Louisville, KY
302-634-2700
The Lithographs of James McNeill Whistler
August 12 through November 2
 
 
Stark University Center Galleries
College Station, TX
979-845-6081
Winslow Homer
August 26 through October 19
 
 
Tacoma Art Museum
Tacoma, WA
253-272-4258
The Art of Nathan Oliveira 
August 26 through November 30
 
 
Terra Museum of American Art
Chicago, IL
312-664-3939
Debating American Modernism: Stieglitz, Duchamp and the New York Avant-Garde
August 30 through November 30
 
 

September

 

 

 

Brandywine River Museum
Chadds Ford, PA
1-610-388-2700
Art of the American West -- a Private Collection
September 6 through November 23
 
 
Butler Institute of American Art
Main Facility in Youngstown, OH
330-743-1711
Richard Schmid: Retrospective
September 7 through October 19, 2003
 
 
Charles H. MacNider Museum
Mason City, IA
515-421-3666
Sprawl: Tim Dooley & Aaron Wilson
September 13 through November 3
 
 
Columbia Museum of Art
Columbia, SC
803-799-2810
Edward Hopper and Urban Realism
September 20 through January 4
 
 
Corcoran Gallery of Art
Washington, DC
202-639-1700
Beyond the Frame: The French Impressionist Sculptures of J. Seward Johnson, Jr.
September 13 through January 5
 
 
Coutts Memorial Museum of Art
El Dorado, KS
316-321-1212
All Creatures Great and Small
September 2 through September 24
 
 
Danforth Museum of Art
Framingham, MA
508-620-0050
Heidi Christensen
September 18 through November 16
 
 
DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park
Lincoln, MA
781-259-8355
Pupprts, Ghosts and Zombies: the Sculpture of Pat Keck
September 13 through January 18
 
 
Flint Institute of Arts
Flint, MI
810-234-1695
All American: Paintings and Sculptures from the Collection of the Flint Institute of Arts
September 27 through February 1
 
 
Frick Art and Historical Center
Pittsburgh, PA
412-371-0600
The Early Work of Henry Koerner: 1945-1955
September 13, 2003 - November 9
 
 
Gibbes Museum of Art
Charleston, SC
843-722-2706
Red Grooms: Selections from the Graphic Work
September 19 through December 14
 
 
Great Plains Art Collection - U. of Nebraska
(formerly Center for Great Plains Studies Art Collection)
University of Nebrasks, Lincoln, NE
402-472-6220
No Time for Idle Hands: Carol Gray's Watercolors
September 28 to December 14
 
 
Hearst Center for the Arts
Cedar Falls, IA
319-273-8641
"Wind and Water: Iowa's Evolving Landscape"
September 21 through November 16
 
 
Juniata College Museum of Art
Huntingdon, PA
814-641-3505
American Woodblock Prints
September 26 hrough November 8
 
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York, NY
212-535-7710
The Responsive Eye: Ralph T. Coe and the Collecting of American Indian Art
September 9 through December 14
 
 
Milwaukee Art Museum
Milwaukee, WI
414-224-3200
Georgia O'Keeffe Installation
September 4 through Ongoing
 
 
Montclair Art Museum
Montclair, NJ
973-746-5555
Growing Up: Childhood in American and Native American Art
September 14 through February 15
 
 
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts
Montgomery, AL
334-244-5700
Nostalgic Journey: American Illustrations from the Delaware Art Museum
September 6 through December 7
 
 
Museum of Contemporary Religious Art at St. Louis University
St. Louis University, St. Louis MO
314-977-7170
AVODA Objects of the Spirit: Ceremonial Art by Tobi Kahn
September 2 through October 12
 
 
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Houston, TX
713-639-7300
The American Landscape East to West: THemes in Painting and Photography, 1780-1910
September 6 through January 19
Western Landscapes by Albert Bierstadt and Thomas Moran from the Stark Museum of Art in Orange
September 6 through February 1
 
 
National Academy Museum
New York, NY
212-369-4880
George Inness and the Visionary Landscape
September 17 - December 28
 
 
National Gallery of Art
Washington, D.C.
202-737-4215
The Art of Romare Beardeb, 1911-1988
September14 through January 4
 
 
Neuberger Museum of Art
Purchase, NY
914-251-6100
Facing Reality: The Seavast Collection of Contemporary Realism
September 14 through February 15
 
 
New Britain Museum of American Art
New Britain, CT
860-229-0257
Copley to Cassatt:Masterworks from the Terra Collection
September 5 through December 7
 
 
Peninsula Fine Arts Center
Newport News, VA
757-596-8175
Virginia Watercolor Society Exhibition
September 13 through November 02
 
 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Philadelphia, PA
215-972-7600
Our Flag
September 6 through January 4
 
 
Portland Museum of Art - Maine
Portland, Maine
1-207-775-6148 or 1-800-639-4067
A Solitude of Space: The Paintings of Thomas Crotty
September 25 through January 4
 
 
Purdue University Galleries
West Lafayette, IN
765-494-3061
Land, Site, Scene
September 2 through October 12
 
 
Spencer Museum of Art / University of Kansas
Lawrence, KS
1-785-864-4710
American Indian Art at the Spencer Museum
September 6 through October 19
 
 
Terra Museum of American Art
Chicago, IL
312-664-3939
Studied Abroad: Painted Impressions from the Collection
September 6 through January 1
 
 
Telfair Museum of Art
Savannah, GA
912-232-1177
Walter O. Evans Collection of African American Art
September 10 through December 31
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

October

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cantor Arts Center / Stanford University
Stanford University
Stanford, CA
650-723-4177
Hudson River School: Masterworks from the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
October 8 through January 18
 
 
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center / Taylor Museum
Taylor Museum for Southwestern Studies
Colorado Springs, CO
719-634-5581
Art of the American West
October 4 through December
A Moment in Time:
A Photographic History of the American West
October 4 through January
Gene Kloss: Southwestern Printmaker
October 4 through December 31
 
 
Davison Art Center at Wesleyan University
Middletown, CT
860-685-2500
Performing Images, Embodying Race
The Orientalized Body in Early 20th-Century U.S. Performance & Visual Culture
15 October 15 through December 12
 
 
Farnsworth Art Museum
Rockland, ME
207-596-6457
N.C.Wyeth
October 01, 2003 through April 30
James Wyeth
October 01 through May 31
 
 
Fenimore Art Museum
Cooperstown, NY
888-547-1450
Norman Rockwell's Home for the Holidays
October 8 through December 28
 
 
Grand Rapids Art Museum
Grand Rapids, MI
616-831-1000
The American Spirit: Federic Church, Winslow Homer, Thomas Moran
October 17 through January 4
 
 
Hearst Center for the Arts
Cedar Falls, IA
319-273-8641
"The Legend of Sleepy Hollow: Original Book Illustrations by Gary Kelley"
October 19 through January 12
 
 
Irvine Museum
Irvine, CA
949-476-2565
Masters of Light, Plein-Air Painting in California 1890-1930
October 4 through January 17
 
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York, NY
212-535-7710
Hudson River School Visions: The Landscapes of Sanford R. Gifford
October 8 through Febraury 8
Philip Guston Retrospective
October 28 through January 4
 
 
Milwaukee Art Museum
Milwaukee, WI
414-224-3200
Laura Owens
October 18 through January 18
 
 
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Minneapolis, MN
612-870-3000
Sacred Symbols: Four Thousand Years of Native American Art
October 26 through January 11
 
 
Mulvane Art Museum
Washburn University
Topeka, KS
785-231-1124
The Lived Landscapes of Paul Hotvedt
25 October through 7 December
 
 
Muscatine Art Center
Muscatine, IA
563-263-8282
The Art of Marc Brown: A Retrospective
October 12 through December 30
 
 
National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum
Oklahoma City, OK
405-478-2250
How The West Was Worn
October 18 through December 31
 
 
Nevada Museum of Art
Reno, NV
775-329-3333
Dennis Oppenheim: Galloping through the West
October 5 through January 4
 
 
Paine Art Center and Gardens
Oshkosh, WI
920-235-6903
James Christensen
October 1 through January 4
 
 
Palmer Museum of Art
Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA
814-865-7672
Through the Looking Glass
October 21 through January 25
 
 
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum
Canyon, TX
806-651-2244
The Prairie Print Makers
October 17 through December 14, 2003
 
 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Philadelphia, PA
215-972-7600
In Quest of Oracles and Sacred Places: Renée Foulk's Work of the Last Decade
October 4 through November 9
 
 
Society of Illustrators Museum of American Illustration
New York, NY
212-838-2560
Thomas B. Allen - The Journey of an American Illustrator
October 1 through October 25
The Original Art - Celebrating the Fine Art of Children's Book Illustration
October 29 through November 26
 
 
Terra Museum of American Art
Chicago, IL
312-664-3939
Leaving for the Country: George Bellows at Woodstock
October 4, 2003 through January 11
 
 
Tyler Museum of Art
Tyler, Texas
903-595-1001
Edward Hopper: The Paris Years
October 15 through January 11
 
 
University of New Hampshire Art Gallery
Durham, NH
603-862-3712
Arthur Balderacchi: Drawn to Nature
October 25 through December 10
 
 
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Richmond, VA
804 340-1400
Robert Lazzarini
October 25 through January 4
 
 
Wadsworth Atheneum
Hartford, CT
860-278-2670
Grandma Moses in the 21st Century
October 3 through February 15
 
 

November

 
 
 
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center
Williamsburg, VA
1-800-447-8679
Lions & Eagles & Bulls: Early American Tavern & Inn Signs from The Connecticut Historical Society
Nov. through Apr.
 
 
Berman Museum of Art - Pennsylvania
Ursinus College
Collegeville, PA
610-409-3500
Susan Swinand Paintings
November 7 through December 21
 
 
Danforth Museum of Art
Framingham, MA
508-620-0050
Michelle Lougee
November 28 through January 18
 
 
Farnsworth Art Museum
Rockland, ME
207-596-6457
Winslow Homer The Illustrator: His Wood Engravings, 1857-1888
November 09 through December 28
 
 
Fayetteville Museum of Art
Fayetteville, NC
910-485-5121
The Artists of Asheville
November 15 through January 11
 
Flint Institute of Arts
Flint, MI
810-234-1695
Great Lakes Muse: American Scene Painting in the Upper Midwest, 1910-1960
November 15 through February 1
 
 
Freer Gallery of Art
Smithsonian Institution / Washington, DC
202-357-3200
Mr. Whistler's Galleries
November 20 through April 4
 
 
Greenville County Museum of Art
Greenville, SC
864-271-7570
Earth, River, and Light: Masterworks of Pennsylvania Impressionism
November 19 through January 18
Melting Pot: Art That Looks Like America
November 19 through September 19
 
 
Hearst Art Gallery at Saint Mary's College
Moraga, CA
925-631-4379
Master Artist Tribute VI: Stephen De Staebler, A Thirty-Year Survey
November13 through December 14
 
 
Lowe Art Museum at University of Miami
Coral Gables, FL
305-284-3603
Red Grooms: Selections from the Graphic Work
November 22 through January 18
 
 
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts
Montgomery, AL
334-244-5700
Steve Shepard
November 15 through January 4
 
 
Morris Museum of Art
Augusta, Georgia
706-724-7501
Baby-Boom Daydreams: The Art of Douglas Bourgeois
November 21 through February 15
 
 
Muscarelle Museum of Art / College of William and Mary
Williamsburg, VA
757-221-2700
William and Mary Collects II
November 2 through January 11
 
 
Naples Museum of Art
Naples, FL
941-597-1900
Crafting Utopia: The Art of Shaker Women
November 1 through February 1
 
 
Norman Rockwell Museum
Stockbridge, MA
413-298-4100
The Red Rose Girls: An Uncommon Story of Art and Love
November 8 through May 31
The Picture of Health: Rockwell Paintings from the Pfizer Collection
November 8 through May 31
 
 
Parrish Art Museum
Southhampton, NY
631-283-2118
Romance and Solitude: American Prints from the Collection of Theodore Rogers
Fairfield Porter: Intimate Interiors
Drawn from the Figure: Works from the Permanent Collection
November 16 through January 3
 
 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Philadelphia, PA
215-972-7600
African American Artists Celebrate Community
November 22 through April 4
 
 
South Bend Regional Museum of Art
South bend, IN
574-235-9102
Heroes and Heroines
November 8 through January 18
 
 
Swope Art Museum
Terre Haute, IN
812-238-1676
William Merritt Chase: Four Paintings from the Lilly Endowment Collection
November 15 through February 1
 
 
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Richmond, VA
804 340-1400
Mr. Whistler's Galleries: Avant Garde in Victorian London
November 20 through April 4
(collaborative project presented at the Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, DC)
 
 

December

 

 
Denver Art Museum
Denver, CO
720-865-5000
Frederic Remington: The Color of Night
December 13 through March 14
Embroidered Memories: The Appliqué Tapestries of Arlette Rose Gosiewski
December 13 through May 09
 
 
Joslyn Art Museum
Omaha, NE
402-342-3300
Tony Fitzpatrick: max and Gaby's Alphabet
December 13 through March 7
 
 
South Bend Regional Museum of Art
South bend, IN
574-235-9102
David Jay Spyker
December 6 through February 22
 
 
Tacoma Art Museum
Tacoma, WA
253-272-4258
Paris: The American Avant-Garde in Paris between 1918 and 1939
December 20 through March 28
 

 

 
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