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The Kimbell Art Museum will present The Artist's Eye, an ongoing program, artists and architects discuss works in the museum’s collection, share the special insights of the practicing professional, and relate older art to contemporary artistic concerns, including their own.

This event will feature Ennis artist Celia Eberle, moderated by Nancy E. Edwards, curator of European art/head of academic services.

Eberle is best known for her sculptural works steeped in mythology and paradox. The artist often explores themes with ominous dichotomies, such as nostalgia and naivete, past and future, man and nature, and worship and destruction. She uses various materials and mediums, ranging from carved wood, bone, and precious stones to ceramics, sound and animatronic components, and found objects.

The Kimbell Art Museum will present The Artist's Eye, an ongoing program, artists and architects discuss works in the museum’s collection, share the special insights of the practicing professional, and relate older art to contemporary artistic concerns, including their own.

This event will feature Ennis artist Celia Eberle, moderated by Nancy E. Edwards, curator of European art/head of academic services.

Eberle is best known for her sculptural works steeped in mythology and paradox. The artist often explores themes with ominous dichotomies, such as nostalgia and naivete, past and future, man and nature, and worship and destruction. She uses various materials and mediums, ranging from carved wood, bone, and precious stones to ceramics, sound and animatronic components, and found objects.

The Kimbell Art Museum will present The Artist's Eye, an ongoing program, artists and architects discuss works in the museum’s collection, share the special insights of the practicing professional, and relate older art to contemporary artistic concerns, including their own.

This event will feature Ennis artist Celia Eberle, moderated by Nancy E. Edwards, curator of European art/head of academic services.

Eberle is best known for her sculptural works steeped in mythology and paradox. The artist often explores themes with ominous dichotomies, such as nostalgia and naivete, past and future, man and nature, and worship and destruction. She uses various materials and mediums, ranging from carved wood, bone, and precious stones to ceramics, sound and animatronic components, and found objects.

WHEN

WHERE

Virtual
https://www.kimbellart.org/event/artists-eye-12?date=2021-05-15T11:00:00

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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