Twentieth century American painting from New England’s summer art colonies will be the focus of ACME Fine Art’s summer-long exhibition. The salon style show will open on the 21 July and will run through 18 August 2012.
More than twenty artists and over thirty works will be included in the exhibition that will present a stylistic cross section of modern art in America. Coastal New England art colonies such as Monhegan Island and Cranberry Island in Maine, and Wellfleet and Provincetown in Massachusetts are the sources for much of the artwork that will comprise the exhibition, and the New England coastline will be the loosely interpreted theme. Artwork from the early twentieth century will include paintings by Charles Demuth, Charles Hawthorne, E. Ambrose Webster, Edwin Dickinson, Jack Tworkov, and Karl Knaths. Fine examples by mid-century artists such as: Hans Hofmann, George McNeil, Giorgio Cavallon, Lester Johnson, Stephen Pace, Edward Corbett, Haynes Ownby, Michael Loew, Daniel Brustlein, Charles Littler, Seong Moy, Dorothy Eisner, John Grillo, James Gahagan, Tony Vevers, and James Lechay. The exhibition also features a fine selection of paintings by late twentieth century and contemporary artists: Alex Katz, Helen Frankenthaler, Myrna Harrison, Richard Baker, Robert Beauchamp, Mary Frank, Helen Miranda Wilson, Rose Basile, Ron Shuebrook, Susan Baker, and Sharli Powers Land.
ACME Fine Art and Design is located at 38 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts, 02116. Summer Hours are 11:00 to 5:30 Wednesday through Saturday, and by appointment. For further information about the exhibition or the artists please contact ACME Fine Art at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617.585.9551. The entire exhibition will be viewable at http://www.acmefineart.com.