Creating Palazzo Inverso

Creating Palazzo Inverso

By D.B. Johnson, Author and Illustrator Creating Palazzo Inverso was a challenging, exhilarating, mind-crazy experience that began when I saw M.C. Escher’s lithograph, Cycle (1938). In it, Escher depicted a joyful boy rushing down the entry stairs of a beautifully...
A Sweet Tooth for Art

A Sweet Tooth for Art

By local artist, Meghan Cochran   Raising two little girls can be tough, especially when trying to live a full, creative life. I am a mom of two little ladies under three years old and had been searching for a way to include them in my creative journey.  ...
Tom Blackwell’s Photorealism

Tom Blackwell’s Photorealism

By Tom Blackwell   Tom Blackwell is a photorealist painter who has several works of art in the Currier’s collection and is also a part of the Still Life: 1970s Photorealism exhibition.   In the late 1960s, I was still finding my voice as an artist. At...
New Information About Old Friends

New Information About Old Friends

Have you ever visited the Currier and seen a work of art that fascinated you so much that you wanted to know everything about it? Maybe you wondered how many times Claude Monet’s The Seine at Bougival was exhibited? Well, your time has come! The Museum has massively...