Photo courtesy of Darren Waterston

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 New York artist Darren Waterston, moderated by George T. M. Shackelford, deputy director.

Waterston has been exhibiting his paintings, works on paper and installations in the U.S. and abroad since the early 1990s. The artist’s current paintings continue his exploration of landscape as metaphor and poetic space. These alluring and ethereal works depict otherworldly environments—nature destabilized and on the threshold of the recognizable and the fantastical.

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 New York artist Darren Waterston, moderated by George T. M. Shackelford, deputy director.

Waterston has been exhibiting his paintings, works on paper and installations in the U.S. and abroad since the early 1990s. The artist’s current paintings continue his exploration of landscape as metaphor and poetic space. These alluring and ethereal works depict otherworldly environments—nature destabilized and on the threshold of the recognizable and the fantastical.

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 New York artist Darren Waterston, moderated by George T. M. Shackelford, deputy director.

Waterston has been exhibiting his paintings, works on paper and installations in the U.S. and abroad since the early 1990s. The artist’s current paintings continue his exploration of landscape as metaphor and poetic space. These alluring and ethereal works depict otherworldly environments—nature destabilized and on the threshold of the recognizable and the fantastical.

WHEN

WHERE

Virtual
https://www.kimbellart.org/event/artists-eye-13?date=2021-06-12T11:00:00

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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