Oct. 25, 2019 - January 2020
"From Field to Field"
Coming to The Journey Museum and Learning Center is “From Field to Field,” featuring artists James Pollock and Stephen Randall. The grand opening is Oct. 25 at 5 p.m. and will include speeches and appetizers. No admission charged after 5 p.m. on Oct. 25. You can view the exhibit through January 2020.
The exhibit will exemplify "Plein Air" artwork. Done outside, this artwork takes in the beauty surrounding the painter. Pollock and Randall were both part of the U.S. Army Combat Art Program as soldier artists during the Vietnam War, and their love of art never wavered.
“These two artists are not only sharing their art, but also some of their tools of the trade,” says Corey Christianson, the administration, exhibits and curation coordinator at The Journey Museum and Learning Center.
Pollock says, “When all is said and done, I will have over 70 pieces of art on display. This is one of the largest selections of my art ever exhibited in a museum setting. Included in the exhibit along with a large selection of plein air pieces are illustrations, sketchbooks and intuitive pieces of art that are explorations beyond plein air.”
Some of the artwork in the exhibit will be for sale through the museum gift shop, the Journey Trading Co.
You can view "From Field to Field" with admission to The Journey Museum and Learning Center - $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and FREE for members.