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Illuminating the complexity of art-making amid a global pandemic, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art will present "Sandy Rodriguez in Isolation," a selection of new works on paper conceived by the Los Angeles–based painter during her Joshua Tree Highlands Artist Residency in Southern California at the height of COVID-19.

The exhibition features more than 30 landscapes, protest scenes, maps, and botanical studies, created using Rodriguez’s hand-processed inks and watercolors, which she derived from plants and mineral pigments native to the region. Reflecting on the ways artists have responded to past pandemics and uprisings, Rodriguez’s series connects the conflicts of the past year, including the public health crisis and flashpoints of racial injustice, to ancestral healing practices, both medicinal and creative.

Illuminating the complexity of art-making amid a global pandemic, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art will present "Sandy Rodriguez in Isolation," a selection of new works on paper conceived by the Los Angeles–based painter during her Joshua Tree Highlands Artist Residency in Southern California at the height of COVID-19.

The exhibition features more than 30 landscapes, protest scenes, maps, and botanical studies, created using Rodriguez’s hand-processed inks and watercolors, which she derived from plants and mineral pigments native to the region. Reflecting on the ways artists have responded to past pandemics and uprisings, Rodriguez’s series connects the conflicts of the past year, including the public health crisis and flashpoints of racial injustice, to ancestral healing practices, both medicinal and creative.

Illuminating the complexity of art-making amid a global pandemic, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art will present "Sandy Rodriguez in Isolation," a selection of new works on paper conceived by the Los Angeles–based painter during her Joshua Tree Highlands Artist Residency in Southern California at the height of COVID-19.

The exhibition features more than 30 landscapes, protest scenes, maps, and botanical studies, created using Rodriguez’s hand-processed inks and watercolors, which she derived from plants and mineral pigments native to the region. Reflecting on the ways artists have responded to past pandemics and uprisings, Rodriguez’s series connects the conflicts of the past year, including the public health crisis and flashpoints of racial injustice, to ancestral healing practices, both medicinal and creative.

WHEN

WHERE

Amon Carter Museum of American Art
3501 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.cartermuseum.org/exhibitions/sandy-rodriguez-isolation

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