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Grace Allison Griffith
1885 - 1955
Pasture and Eucalyptus
watercolor, 9 x 10 1/2
Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery Monthly - July 2014
Celebrating California Art
Wednesdays through Sundays, 12:00 - 4:00
other times by appointment 707-875-2911 or 510-414-9821 (cell)
1785 Coast Highway One, Bodega Bay, CA 94923
New at the gallery
Linda Sorensen
Bird Island Overlook
Ft. Cronkhite, Marin Coast
oil on canvas, 18 x 24

Now Showing ... Jean Warren
"Watercolor ~ Inside & Out"
July and August

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Sebastopol's Own
"Wizard of Watercolor,"
Grace Allison Griffith 1885-1955

Ben Sharpsteen arriving at the Premier for Fantasia 1939
Walt Disney Director Ben
Sharpsteen and Calistoga's
Sharpsteen Museum

Currently on Exhibit
at Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery
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news from our
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Bodega Bay watercolor artist,
Jean Warren
Now showing ... Jean Warren
Watercolor ~ Inside & Out
July and August


Jean will be at the gallery for painting demonstrations
on the following dates. Make plans now!

Sunday, July 6
Sunday, July 20
Wednesday, July 23

Sunday, August 3
Wednesday, August 6
Sunday, Augsut 10

As Jean looks toward her artistic future, she says with confidence that she's never felt she's arrived. With wide bright eyes and an unmistakable smile of an adventurous spirit, she confidently says, "I'm always striving for that 'next,' whatever that next is."

Jean recalls when she was a child, her grandmother would ask, "Jeanie, would you make a picture for me?" Of course Jeanie eagerly agreed and her grandmother displayed her paintings all over the house. Later, Jean's teachers encouraged her more and she came to see herself as a painter. She was always looking at shapes, natural rhythms and colors in the natural world and expressing them in paint. She says, "After a while, I just had to do art, it was part of my life."

Leaves of Time
Duncans Landing 2


Today Jean recalls how important encouragement was to her, so she in turn encourages her students that they can do it. Jean believes they too can know the joy of exploring what is around them and "make a picture," just like she did as a child when she was encouraged by her grandmother.

Jean says, "I learned to leave some things unsaid in a painting to let the viewer complete the picture with his or her own experiences."

Hakone Garden Oak, Saratoga

For example, look at Jean's painting of the Hakone Garden Oak to the right. The paint doesn't stay in the lines. Background colors flow into a tree and the tree flows into the background. Leaves disappear into the branches and trunk and in turn they disappear back into the leaves. Jean explains that this allows her to lead the eye of the observer around within the painting, giving it a sense of movement and liveliness. The images in Jean's work are never cut and dry. She wants the observer to experience the painting, and bring something of their own experience to it. Jean views her role as artist to involve viewers, often by doing less, not spelling it all out.

She says, "Representational images spark the interest in the viewer while the abstract involves their experience and interpretation. It always has been my goal to challenge the static image, to paint more of what's going on, both on the surface and below the surface, drawing on people's different levels of consciousness."

When people say they have no artistic talent, Jean refuses to believe them. She has an answer to which she's given considerable thought.

She says, "I don't think my artistic talent is unique. I think everyone has it. It just takes someone to visually describe their world. All you need do is give people permission. I guess that's what happened to me, I was given permission. I really think anyone can do this, if they have the inclination."

Studio Abstract
Spring Lake Oaks
Sierra Sketch Book

When teaching watercolor, Jean says, "The one thing I love to get through to my students is that watercolor is so versatile, it gives you ideas what to do next, to be able to to respond to what the paint is doing on the paper is a gift watercolor gives us like no other medium seems to do. All the accidents that happen, things which weren't planned for ... getting my students to see they're not mistakes ... but that's where the art comes in, taking it forward from that point on."

Shakespeare and Company
-- Paris

With the demonstrations at the gallery, that's what I hope to show. Visitors to my painting demonstrations might see me start by looking out the window and painting what I see, demonstrating how I create a good design out of most anything. I'll have my sketchbook and be able to show how a painting can grow from a simple sketch.

There are so many ways to start a painting. Suppose there are eight

people in one of my classes. I would have the students go from paper to paper, leaving a mark. Then when students return to their paper, they have the challenge of incorporating all eight marks into their painting. They turn it into magical things. One of the paintings in the show began this very way.

Along the way, Jean has learned from some of California Watercolor's best painters, Millard Sheets, Milford Zornes, Robert E. Wood and George Post. As Jean looks toward her artistic future, she says with confidence that she's never felt she's arrived." With wide bright eyes and an unmistakable smile of an adventurous spirit, she confidently says, "I'm always striving for that 'next,' whatever that next is."

Rectangle Dance
Inner Strength

Jean's show will be at the gallery during July and August. Jean will host the gallery and be doing painting demonstrations six days during her show. Make plans to attend now, and make one of Jean's works part of your collection

Jean Warren in action for the Marine Mammal Center
Jean does more than paint. Jean and her husband Phil are representatives for Marin County's Marine Mammal Center. Together they can often be seen combing the beach, observing and at times, as in the scene above, they can be seen capturing sea life. ... The video to the right is of a sea lion release arranged by Phil and Jean in September of 2013 at Scotty Creek Beach just north of Bodega Bay.
Jean Warren Watercolors | Jean Warren's page on our site | Jean Warren Watercolor ~ Inside & Out | Back to the Top

Also available ...

Jean Warren’s Watercolor
African Animal Series
Jean Warren African Series Jean Warren African Series
Jean Warren African Series Jean Warren African Series

In 2000, Jean’s daughter Wendy asked Jean to create some African animal pictures to decorate the nursery for Jean’s newly born grandson. Jean created eight African animals. Wendy thought they were so good, she wanted to share them. She made a series of 1000 numbered off-set prints on acid free paper which Jean signed.

Each print measures 11 x 15 and is unframed.
Each print is signed and numbered and has a certificate of authenticity.

Jean Warren African Series Jean Warren African Series
Jean Warren African Series Jean Warren African Series

Jean is now making these prints available through Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery.

Individual prints are $35.00
The full series of 8 are offered at $200.00.

Sebastopol's Own Wizard of Watercolor,
Grace Allison Griffith 1885-1955
Sebastopol's Griffith family photographed in 1910 ... Grace to the right, flanked by her mother and father, Ida and Nathaniel Griffith, and her younger sisters, Alice and Nell

Grace Allison Griffith was born on one of Sebastopol's pioneering apple ranches in 1885. She trained with Lorenzo Latimer and forged her style doing stylized landscapes of Sonoma pastures with sheep, oaks and wildflowers. For her paintings of Hawaii in 1919, she was dubbed by local critics to be "the Wizard of Watercolor." A few years later while exhibiting in Scotland and England, she was invited to accept membership in the prestigious Royal Watercolor Society.

Photo portrait of Grace, 1905
(courtesy of the artist's family)
Photo portrait of Grace, 1905 (in profile)
(courtesy of the artist's family)
Portrait of Nathaniel A. Griffith, Grace's father who brought the Gravenstein Apple to Sebastopol, painted by family friend Vera Del Sticker, 1896. (courtesy of the artist's family)
Early Spring
, oil on canvas
collection of Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery

In California, Grace exhibited widely including exhibitions at the California State Fair and the California Palace of the Legion of Honor. Today, her works hang in the Sonoma County Museum, the Sonoma County Courthouse and Santa Rosa City Hall. Grace sold many of her paintings through Berkeley's Claremont Hotel, Gump's in San Francisco and the Kanst Gallery in Los Angeles.

Meadow Oaks
, watercolor triptych
collection of Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery

Grace's artistic talent was evident when she was a child. To build on that talent, Grace's parents sent her to far off San Francisco to attend the Cogswell Polytechnic College where she studied under Bohemian Club painter Lorenzo P. Latimer. It should be noted here that Grace's parents had an amazing philosophy of raising their three daughters. Grace, the oldest, followed her passions in art. Her younger sisters Alice and Nell were encouraged to follow their talents as well.

Alice became a protector of natural treasures and today would be called an environmentalist. She worked hard to preserve Griffith Woods just north of Sebastopol from a threat from the University of California which wanted to remove the redwoods to dig up mastodon bones discovered underneath them.

Nell became a poet producing five books of poetry and was published in many magazines including Good Housekeeping, Better Homes and Gardens and Reader's Digest. Her poem "A Blood Donor's Prayer," was reprinted all over the world and included in Eleanor Roosevelt's syndicated column.

Spring Shower, Valley of the Moon
collection of Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery

Grace painted what she knew best, stylized pastoral landscapes of Sonoma and Marin Counties. Her father Nathaniel was good friends with Luther Burbank. Luther enlisted Grace's artistic talents to record some of his hybrids.

Although she worked in oil from time to time, her primary expression was through soft and sensitive watercolors, capturing the mood and harmonic colors of the land she loved.

Sheep, Hills and Eucalyptus

Collection of Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery

Just after World War I ended, Grace and her sister Alice maintained an artist studio in Honolulu. Grace's watercolor style and technique worked wonderfully with island scenes. Local critics in the islands called her "the wizard of watercolor." The same sensitivity she used to capture Sonoma County's sheep grazing amid old stands of mossy-covered oaks was now capturing old Hawaii's landscape, its sea vistas, its plant life and its colorful people at work.

Stringing Leis Dockside
Private collection

Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery's collection of Grace Allison Griffith paintings will be on exhibit through August. Stop in and get know one of Sonoma County's best historic artists and make one of her works part of your treasured collection.

Drying Fishnets 1919

Private Collection
Flower Fields above Diamond Head

Private Collection
sources: Gaye Lebaron's column, Santa Rosa Press Democrat, Sun. Mar 30, 1988 | discussion with Ned Coons, the artist's great nephew
Grace Allison Griffith's page on our site | Back to the Top

Walt Disney Director Ben Sharpsteen and Calistoga's Sharpsteen Museum

Sharpstein Museum Interior Pan Photo
Interior of the Sharpsteen Museum in Calistoga, a step into California's past with pioneering animator Ben Sharpsteen (1895-1980) as your guide.
Ben directed 31 films for Walt Disney between 1920-1980. He created this Museum to tell the story of Calistoga and the Upper Napa Valley.

"To Ben with my thanks and best wishes, Walt"

Ben was one of Walt Disney's closest advisors and directors. He joined Disney Studios in 1929 and was central to the production of both animated and live action films. Among his distinguished long list of directorial credits include Dumbo, Fantasia and Pinocchio. Over his Disney career, he directed 31 films

After graduating from U.C. Davis with a degree in agriculture, Ben enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1917. After WWI, Ben worked for the Hearst International Film Service where he worked on the early animated series, Happy Hooligan. From there, he worked for Paramount, Jefferson Films and Max Fleischer Studio in New York. Then, a good friend suggested he approach Walt Disney Studios

Ben Sharpstein at Fantasia Premier 1939
Ben Sharpsteen arriving at the
premier for Fantasia in 1939
Walt showed Ben a few Mickey Mouse cartoons and Ben recalled, "My first reaction was they were excellent, compared to the animation I knew." Over the course of his distinguished career, Ben was a director and producer, best known for Snow White and the Seven Dwarf (1937), Dumbo (1941) and Pinocchio(1940). He produced, directed or participated in a long list of animated and live projects.

Ben enjoyed his tenure at Disney Studios, and in 1959, was honored at his retirement dinner with a gathering of animation's early pioneers pictured to the right and below.

This is a close-up of the larger photo below. Ben Sharpsteen, the guest of honor, is seated between Walt and Roy Disney. Behind Walt against the wall is Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery's featured artist Joshua Meador. We believe the gentleman behind Roy Disney is Ralph Hulett, another Disney Studios artist featured in our gallery colleciton.
Among those attending Ben Sharpsteen's retirement dinner were Ub Iwerks,
Ward Kimball, Marc Davis, Ollie Johnston, Roy E. Disney Jr., and Jack Hannah.
Ben collected vintage cars and to this day, old car enthusiasts make the Sharpsteen Museum a regular destination. These four models were visiting during our June visit.

The panoramic photo above, and others to the right and below, depict a long-ago Calistoga as a resort town. The various dioramas in the Museum are of excellent quality - these photos do not do them justice.

A visit to this Museum, within walking distance of Calistoga's main drag (including the Lee Youngman Gallery), is like a trip to the past that seems fresh, not musty. Some us us still remember the household goods and town environments of our grandparents or great grandparents - a world like that in "The Music Man" that is ideal in its way.

This is a cousin of "Disneyland's" main street without the crowds or commercialism. Although most of the paintings and painted backgrounds in the Museum are of recent vintage, there is at least one Early California Painting on display for the connoisseur. The Museum features special exhibits of collections, such as the extensive exhibit of Dolls and Their Stories (through October) when we visited. Volunteers do a great job with the Sharpsteen Museum. Open 11-4, 1311 Washington St., 707-942-5911, .

Here is the original 1940 trailer for Fantasia. Ben Sharpsteen was the supervising director for this film and our gallery's featured artist Joshua Meador directed the Rite of Spring portion of the film and did visual effects for The Sorceror's Apprentice.

A video invitation to visit the Sharpsteen Museum in Calistoga
Sharpsteen Museum | Photos of Ben Sharpsteen Retirement Dinner | Back to the Top

Gallery News

Our Gallery Hours are from 12:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M., Wednesday through Sunday. We are also available for scheduled appointments, especially for those who wish to view the gallery on Mondays or Tuesdays. Please call Dan at the gallery and schedule a visit, or call him on his cellphone, 510-414-9821

Last month, we told you about a mention in Matier and Ross's column in the SF Chronicle that San Francisco was offering George Lucas some prime real estate across from Piers 30 - 32 just south of the Bay Bridge for his museum of illustrative arts. On Tuesday, June 24, Lucas announced plans to locate his museum in Chicago.

Previously, we supported Lucas's hopes of locating his museum in the Presidio.

We are saddened by this announcement in as far as San Francisco is concerned. Had it come to pass that the Lucas Museum would share the Presidio with The Walt Disney Family Museum, it would have been a world class attraction. We congratulate Chicago and will include plans to visit the Lucas Museum on our next trip to the Art Institute of Chicago.

Dan's I-Phone video of pelicans and dolphins
sharing a feeding frenzy on Doran Beach in Bodega Bay.

When Dan isn't at the gallery, he can often be found walking the shores of Doran Beach, a place he likes to call his personal gym. Last month, we wrote about his pelican rescue. Word is our pelican has now been released. This month, we wish to share a rare sighting of dolphins. This past month, Dan noticed some pelicans diving and a dolphin would jump just as the pelicans hit the water. He suspects the pelicans spotted the dolphins herding fish and feeding. As the fish approached the surface, the pelicans would dive just as the dolphin broke the surface to take his share.

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What's showing in Bodega Bay?
Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery Sign Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery
1785 Coast Highway One, Bodega Bay,
CA 94923, 707-875-2911 | Map & Location
Celebrating Early California, Western and American Art
- original paintings by famous artists of the past
Now showing ... "A Sampling of our Collection"
Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery Exterior
Reb Brown Sign Thumbnail The Ren Brown Collection
Feather and Fin ... Makuganga Woodblocks | Back to the Top

Ren Brown Collection

Local Color Gallery Local Color Artist Gallery
Assembled Mixed Painted & Fired
Rebeca Travino - Chris Boyde - Susan St. Thomas - Paula Matzinger
Gallery Hours, daily 10 AM to 5 PM
1580 Eastshore Dr., Bodega Bay
707-875-2744 |
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J C Henderson Neptune's Ocean
What's showing nearby?
in Sonoma, Napa & Marin Counties
Christopher Queen Gallery IN DUNCANS MILLS Christopher Queen Galleries
The Spirit of Bohemia
24th Annual Early Artists of the Gohemian Club 1870-1920
through to September

3 miles east of Hwy 1 on Hwy 116 on the Russian River |707-865-1318| Back to the Top
Self Portrait of Xavier Martinez
Bobbi & Ron Quercia

IN DUNCANS MILLS Quercia Gallery
Impressions in Wax -- Encaustic Paintings
by Kathy Knebel -- through August
Hours: 11am-5pm, Thur - Mon (707) 865-0243 | Back to the Top

Quercia Gallery Duncans Mills
BBHPhoto Dennis Calabi NOW IN SANTA ROSA Calabi Gallery |
* Dennis has recently relocated his unique gallery to Santa Rosa.
456 Tenth Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95401 | email: | 707-781-7070

Now showing ... Summer Selection

Famed master conservator Dennis Calabi brings his rare knowledge and experience
to present a tasteful and eclectic array of primarily 20th century artwork. |Back to the Top
Easton Crustacean Dancing Dream 144
Easton, Crustacean Dancing Dream, American Alabaster
Annex Galleries Santa Rosa IN Santa Rosa The Annex Galleries
specializing in 19th, 20th, and 21st century American and European fine prints
Grand (Re)Opening Inaugural Group Exhibition

The Annex Galleries is a member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA). | Back to the Top
Linda Ratzlaff IN GRATON Graton Gallery

Graton Gallery | (707) 829-8912  |
9048 Graton Road, Graton CA 95444 | Open Wednesday ~ Saturday 10:30 to 6, Sunday 10:30 to 4

Bodega Landmark Gallery Thumb IN BODEGA Bodega Landmark Gallery Collection
17255 Bodega Highway Bodega, California USA 94922 Phone 707 876 3477 | | Back to the Top
Hammarfriar Gallery Thumb IN Healdsburg Hammerfriar Gallery

 (707) 473-9600  |
132 Mill Street, Healdsburg, CA 95448 | Open Tues - Fri 10 to 6, Sat 10 - 5, Sun 12 - 4

john Anderson
Vintage Bank Petaluma Thumbnail
IN PETALUMA Vintage Bank Antiques
Vintage Bank Antiques is located in Historic Downtown Petaluma, corner of Western Avenue and Petaluma Blvd. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Warren Davis and the rest of the team at Vintage Bank Antiques has assembled a spectacular inventory of paintings. From the 18th Century to Contemporary Artists. We have paintings to suit every price point and collector level.
If you have a painting for sale, please consider Vintage Bank Antiques. Contact Warren Davis directly at, 101 Petaluma Blvd. North, Petaluma, CA 94952, ph: 707.769.3097 | Back to the Top
Petaluma Arts Council Art Center IN PETALUMA Petaluma Arts Center
"... to celebrate local artists and their contributions and involve the whole community

Petaluma Art Center
Photo:Anita Diamondstein
Lee Youngman Photo Thumbnail
Lee Youngman
IN CALISTOGA the Lee Youngman Gallery
Featuring the work of contemporary painter Paul Youngman,
and the works of famed painter, Ralph Love (1907-1992) | Back to the Top
Left ... Lee Youngman, Right ... Paul Youngman

Paul Youngman
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Links to current museum exhibits relevant to Early California Art
The Greater Bay Area
The Walt Disney Family Museum
This museum tells Walt's story from the early days.
(on the Parade Grounds) 104 Montgomery Street,
The Presidio of San Francisco, CA 94129
Now on exhibit --
"Leading Ladies and Femmes Fatales"
Marc Davis - through Nov 3
-- view location on Google Maps
Disney Museum Exterior Thumbnail San Francisco
de Young Museum
Modernism from the National Gallery of Art
the Robert & Jane Meyeroff Collection

Jun 7 - Oct 12
De Young Museum Thumbnail
San Francisco
California Historical Society
California Historical Society Thumbnail San Francisco
Legion of Honor

Permanent European and Impressionist Paintings
Intimate Impressions from the National Gallery
through August 3
Matisse from SFMOMA, through Sept 7
San Francisco Legion of Honor Museum
San Francisco
Contemporary Jewish Museum
San Francisco's Contemporary Jewish Museum Thumbnail Oakland
Oakland Museum of California

Inspiration Points: Masterpieces of California Landscape
through Jul 13
ongoing Gallery of California Art
-showcasing over 800 works from the OMCA's collection

Oakland Museum Thumbnail
San Francisco

Currently closed for a major expansion
Santa Rosa
Sonoma County Museum
From Hogarth to Hundertwasser: A Passion for Prints
through Aug 24
Sonoma County Museum Thumbnail
Santa Rosa
Charles M. Schultz Museum

"Heartbreak in Peanuts"
through Aug 11
Charles M Schultz Museum Santa Rosa Moraga
Hearst Art Gallery

Dale Chihuly: Venetians
Hearst Art Gallery Thumbnail
Mission San Francisco de Solano Museum

featuring the famed watercolor paintings
of the California Missions
by Christian Jorgensen
Mission San Francisco de Solano in Sonoma CA Sonoma
Sonoma Valley Museum of Art

551 Broadway, Sonoma CA 954
(707) 939-7862
Sonoma Museum of Art Exterior Thumb
Grace Hudson Museum

Growth Rings: A retrospective of
College of the Redwoods Graduate Woodworkers
through Aug 17
Grace Hudson Museum

Bolinas Museum

featuring their permanent collection,
including Ludmilla and Thadeus Welch,
Arthur William Best,
Jack Wisby,
Russell Chatham, Alfred Farnsworth.

Elizabeth Holland McDaniel Bolinas Embarcadero thumbnail
Walnut Creek
The Bedford Gallery, Lesher
Center for the Arts

The Skull Show
Jun 12 - Aug 31
Lesher Ctr for the Arts Walnut Creek CA San Jose
San Jose Museum of Art

approximately 2,000 20th & 21st
century artworks including paintings, sculpture,
new media, photography, drawings, prints, and artist books.
San Jose Museum of Art Thumbnail
Monterey Museum of Art

5 Decades of California Contemporary Painting
through Sep 22
Jules Tavernier; Artist and Adventurer
Jun 6 - Oct 20
Monterey Museum of Art Palo Alto
Cantor Art Center at Stanford University

Rodin! The Complete Stanford Collection
Cantor Art Center at Stanford University
Crocker Art Museum
Permanent Collection
"Workt by Hand"
Hidden Labor and Historical Quilts Sacramento
Capitol Museum

Governor's Portrait Gallery
Permanent Exhibits
Capitol Museum Sacramento Thumbnail
Stockton's Treasure!
The Haggin Museum

"if you've not visited yet, you must go!"
-Largest exhibition of Albert Beirstadt paintings anywhere,
-Joseph Christian Leyendecker, (Norman Rockwell's mentor)
see our Newsletter article, April 2011
Now Showing -- The Good Life: California Watercolors
1930-1950, The Mark and Janet Hilbert Collection
through July 20
Southern California (and Arizona)
Los Angeles
Los Angeles Museum of Art

Art of the Americas, Level 3:
Artworks of paintings and sculptures
from the colonial period to World War II—
a survey of of art and culture
& "Levitated Mass"
Los Angeles County Museum of Art Irvine
The Irvine Museum
Then and Now: 100 years of Plein Air Painting
through Oct 2, 2014
Irvine Museum Thumbnail
Santa Barbara
The Santa Barbara
Museum of Art
Santa Barbara Museum of Art Thumbnail Palm Springs
Palm Springs Art Museum

Permanent Collection
American 19th century Landscape Painting
Palm Springs Art Museum Thumbnail
San Diego
San Diego Museum of Art
Permanent Collection
San Diego Museum of Art Thumbnail

The Huntington Library

American Art Collection

Paintings by John Singer Sargent,
Edward Hopper, Robert Henri,
Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Moran,
William Keith, Mary Cassatt,
Thomas Hart Benton and many more.

Huntington Library Art Collection Pasadena
Norton Simon Museum

-Permanent collection,
European impressionist and post impressionist paintings
See our newsletter from March 2014
Norton Simon Museum Pasadena Pasadena
Museum of California Art

June Wayne:
Paintings, Prints, and Tapestries
May 4–August 31, 2014
Pasadena Museum of California Art Exterior thumb
Prescott, AZ
Phippen Museum

Architecture in Art March 8 through July 13, 2014
Phippen Museum Entrance Hwy 89    
& Beyond
Seattle, WA
Seattle Art Museum
Seattle Art Museum Portland, OR
Portland Art Museum

The Art of the Louvre's Tuileries Garden
through Sep 21

Permanent Collection: American Art
Portland Art Museum Thumbnail
Washington D.C.
The Renwick Gallery

Permanent ... Grand Salon Paintings
from the Smithsonian American Art Museum
Renwick Gallery Washington DC Chicago, IL
Art Institute of Chicago
Permanent collection:
the Impressionists
Art Institute of Chicago Thumbnail
Cedar Rapids, IA
The Cedar Rapids Museum of Art
Grant Wood: In Focus

is an ongoing permanent collection exhibition.
Cedar Rapids Museum of Art Bentonville, AR
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
Washington D.C.
The National Gallery

Permanent collection
American Paintings
Tha National Gallery Washington DC Thumbnail Philadelphia , PA
The Philadelphia Museum of Art
Philadelphia Museum of Art Thumbnail
Philadelphia , PA
Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia Campus
Barnes Foundation Campus Philadelphia Brooklyn, NY
The Brooklyn Museum
American Art
Permanent Collection
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New York , NY
The Whitney Museum of American Art

The largest selection of works by Edward Hopper
The Whitney Museum of American Art New York