Reflections on our Collection – February 8, 2021

“JOB” Jerry Smith American/Kansas Acrylic on Canvas 66x90” A2017.07 This painting by Jerry Smith was one of the first I interpreted to our Board of Directors for accession as a Board member heading up the collections committee in 2017. This painting gave me such satisfaction to break down, analyze, and discover its meaning. Therefore,...

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Reflections On Our Collection

The Naked Young Painter William Segal 1947 Oil on Canvas 24"x20” The Art of the Self Portrait   The introspection required of a person undertaking a self-portrait is sometimes daunting. You have to look what seems like endlessly into the mirror at your face in a back and forth constant...

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White Glove Art Sale – Ed Ruscha Lot

Ed Ruscha Lot (Pronounced REW SHAY) *"City Spot." Ed Ruscha* American b 1937 Color lithographic print 1992 signed and numbered on Lana Royal Paper Edition 58/95 PROVENANCE: FROM THE TIMOTHY AND TERRI CHILDS COLLECTION framed and matted 14x20" Hardy and Halpern Appraisal available $6,300.00 Curator's Choice   from edruscha.com: "Ed...

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White Glove Art Sale – Guy Charon Lot

Guy Charon Lot Guy Charon Fr. b. 1927 Tulipes à Paris framed double matted and floated behind plexiglass marked and signed 301/375 Chartreuse, cadmium yellow, cadmium orange, viridian green, pink, blues PROVENANCE: marked on the back as the property of Carlyle Hotel New York to see what a painting is...

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Impacting Education – Looking Ahead

By Christopher Collier, Guest Writer for the MAS Educators and civic leaders founded the Museum of Arts and Sciences in 1956, envisioning the expansion and enrichment of the educational opportunities available to Bibb County school children. While the Museum has expanded from a single rented room to a state-of-the-art, 50,000...

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