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MEMBERSMAGAZINESeptember2014-February2015HUNTINGTONMUSEUMOFART WestVirginiaresidentsmayobtainasummaryotheregistrationandfnancialdocumentsromtheSecretaryoStateStateCapitolCharlestonWV25305.Registrationdoesnotimplyendorsement. 1DearMembersTheHuntingtonMuseumofArtisveryproudtobeapartofthenewExpeditionaryLearningELschoolwhichwillopeninCabellCountyinthe2016schoolyear.SuperintendentBillSmithcontactedHMAtoinvolveusfromthebeginningintheplanningprocessastheartsplayavitalroleintheconceptofExpedition-aryLearning.TheschoolwillcombinePeytonandGenevaKentelementaryschoolsintheoldBeverlyHillsschoolwhichisbeingredesignedasanELschool.ELhasitsrootsinOutwardBoundandtheHarvardGraduateSchoolofEducation.Itwaschosenasoneof11proposalsoutof600submittedundertheAmerica2000educationinitiativein1992duringtheBushadministration.Thisinitiativewasbeguntohelppromoteandfundthedisseminationofradicalschoolre-formmodelsthroughoutthecountry.Originallymadeupofjust10schoolsthesuccessofthismodelhasengenderedsubstantialgrowthuntiltherearenow165schoolsparticipatingin31statesandtheyareoverseenbyanationalnonprofitorganization.AsthewordexpeditionaryimpliesELsapproachtocurriculalinksreal-worldissueswithchallengingproject-basedlearning.Stu-dentsmustinvestigateandsolvesociallyrelevantproblemsandeffectmeaningfulchangeincommunitiesoutsidetheirclass-rooms.ELintegratesallsubjectsinthelearningprocessratherthanseparatingthemforinstruction.ELalsoprovidesmanyop-portunitiesforteamworkamongstudentsandunusuallyalsoamongteachersofvaryingdisciplineswhoworkcollaborativelyonprojects.EarlystudiesontheELlearningmethodshowincreasedacademicachievementbutalsotheseschoolsshowimprovedattendanceteacherretentionandadropindisciplinaryproblems.PartoftheELprocessisdevelopingrespectandresponsibilityineachstudentandtheimportanceofqualityteamwork.Itenhancescriticalthinkingcreativityandproblem-solvingskillsandtiesstronglyintotheArtSpiritphilosophythatguidesourMuseum.WearesoproudHMAisastrongpartnerinthedevelopmentofthenewELschool.Infactitislikeadreamcometrue.SincerelyMargaretMaryLayneExecutiveDirectorHMALetterfromtheExecutiveDirectorCabellCountySchoolsSuperintendentandHMABoardofTrusteesMemberBillSmithtalkstoHMAsBoardofTrusteesaboutExpeditionaryLearningattheJanuary2014meeting.Wearenotleadingpeopletoart.Ratherwearebearingwitnesstothecreativitythatlieswithineachofus.Unknown 2BoardofTrusteesSTAFFMargaretMaryLayneExecutiveDirectorJohnArthurFacilitiesAssistantCarolBaileyDevelopmentDirectorDr.MikeBeckConservatoryDirectorBradBostonEducationCoordinatorRuthAnnBurkeWeekendReceptionistJudyClarkExecutiveAssistantKatherineCoxEducationDirectorJenineCulliganSeniorCuratorCynthiaDearbornMuseumSchoolsCoordinatorCarolEiselsteinMuseumShopBuyerVolunteerJohnFarleyPreparatorAssistantCuratorJohnGillispiePublicRelationsDirectorChristopherHattenLibraryDirectorBillieMarieKarnesFinanceDirectorKathleenKneafseyArtistinResidencePamMasonMuseumAssistantPart-timeMattMatneyFacilitiesDirectorSandyMcNeerDevelopmentDatabaseAdministratorTessMooreDevelopmentOfficerAmaNapierReceptionistAdministratorJoshNapierFacilitiesAssistantJaniceNoahWeekendShopAssistantLindaSannsRegistrarAshleySaundersMuseumShopManagerJenniferStrechayGrantsWriterJohnWeberSpecialProjectsVolunteerVisionStatementTheHuntingtonMuseumofArtwillbecomeanintegralpartofthelivesofallcitizensfacilitatingcreativityaccessandopportunitytothesocialstructureoftheregion.MissionStatementTheHuntingtonMuseumofArtservesthepublicasamuseumandculturalcenterandinthegreatercommunityactsasapresenceandadvocatefortheareasofartseducationandnature.COVERPaulStrandAmerican1890-1976WireWheelNewYork1917printed1977bySalLopes.Platinumprintunframedimage1234x10316sheet1378x11116.BequestofRobertC.May1993.13.27.CourtesyoftheArtMuseumattheUni-versityofKentuckyandfeaturedinHIMGPresentsWIDEANGLEAmericanPhotographsfromtheArtMuseumattheUniversityofKentuckyINSIDEFRONTCOVERPleasesavethedateforHIMGPresentsThe2015MuseumBallonFebruary21.INSIDEBACKCOVERSkateDayatHMAfeaturingartistDonPendletonwasabigsuccessbackinMay.BACKCOVERVernonF.HowellEngagingtheBrushPile2011.Mixedmedia.CourtesyoftheArtist.ThisimageisfeaturedintheexhibittitledCuratorsChoiceVernonHowell.FreeTuesdaysatHMACourtesyofMacysTuesdaysarefreeadmissiondaysatHMA.OurTuesdayhoursare10a.m.to9p.m.FreeTuesdaysatHMAin2014aregenerouslysponsoredbyMacys.MonteWardPresidentBarbaraMosesAtkinsVicePresidentPaulJacobsonTreasurerPatriciaProctorSecretaryDr.SarahDenmanImmediatePastPresidentExecutiveCommitteeDorisAndrewsAvaG.BicknellJimelleWalkerBowenSheliaBrownfieldCathyBurnsLizaCaldwellTysonComptonDeborahCooleyDonnaL.CubbedgeHarrietteCyrusGayeFearingAlexFranklinCarolynHunterBrandiJacobs-JonesDr.DoloresJohnsonChristieKinseyExecutiveCommitteeBillMillsHalcyonMosesDr.MauriceMufsonLeeOxleyExecutiveCommitteeSen.RobertPlymaleLouisePolanMarilynPolanJessicaPressmanEdwardRahalPhoebePattonRandolphBrandyRoismanExecutiveCommitteeThomasScarrCarterSeatonSusanShieldsChristopherSlaughterJerrySutphinWendyThomasEdwardTuckerDr.JohnH.WeberEX-OFFICIOEdDawsonTheHerald-DispatchDr.StephenKoppMarshallUniversityWilliamSmithCabellCountySchoolsDonVanHornMarshallUniversityCollegeofArtsandMediaEMERITUSTRUSTEESGeorgeR.AndrickCarolynBagbyAlexE.BoothJr.GayleCoxRobertY.CsernicaInterimDirectorEmeritusDr.R.LawrenceDunworthMrs.JohnR.HallR.SterlingHallC.DonHatfieldJoyceLevyMrs.SeldenS.McNeerJr.A.MichaelPerryR.O.RobertsonJr.Dr.ThomasF.ScottAnnSpeerDr.JosephB.ToumaDavidToddJoanWeisbergExecutiveCommitteeHONORARYTRUSTEESJanetBromleyMaryHodgesGayleManchin 3RecentAcquisitionsThisgenrepaintingoneofPerrysbesthasfilledanimpor-tantgapintheMuseums19thcenturyAmericanpaintingcol-lection.ThePotteryArtistpor-traysasimplebrickworkroomwitharoughinteriorandfea-turesrowsandstacksofcrocksandurnsliningonewall.Aslantofsunlightcominginfromtheleftprovidesjustenoughlightforapotteryartistknownasacrockerinthe19thcenturytodecorateanunglazedcrock.Withhisglasseshalfwaydownhisnosesleevesrolledupandalookofconcentrationonhisfacetheartistusesapipe-liketooltotrailasimpleslipdesignonthesideofacrockbalancedonhislap.Thelightalsoillu-minatesjugshangingfromtheceilingandaliddedvesselonthefloorwhichdepictsade-signknownaschickenpeckingcorn.ThismotifaccordingtoHirschlAdlerGalleriesisexclusivelyanAmericande-signusedbyasmallnumberofpottersinNewYorkStateandtoamuchlesserextentinVer-montandPennsylvania.Themotifwasemployedbetweenthe1860sand1880smostpromi-nentlybytwomajorpotteriesinPoughkeepsieandEllenvilleNewYorkitislikelythatoneofthesetwopotterieswastheinspi-rationforThePotteryArtist.EnochWoodPerryAmeri-can1831-1915isbestknownforhisportraitsandpaintingsofevery-dayscenes.LikemanyofhiscontemporarieshetraveledtoEuropeforartisticpursuitsstudyinginDsseldorffortwoyearswithEman-uelLeutzeandtheninPariswithThomasCouture.AfterformalstudyhetraveledtoItalyandservedasU.S.Consulfortwoyearsbeginningin1856.In1858PerryreturnedtotheUnitedStatesandbegantravel-ingaroundthecountryspendingtimeinPennsylvaniaLouisianaHawaiiCaliforniaandUtahactivelypursuingportraitpaintingsineachlocation.HepaintedthelikenessesofnotablemensuchasJeffersonDavisBrighamYoungandUlyssesS.Grant.HealsometandtraveledtoYosemitewithfellowartistAlbertBierstadtultimatelyrentingBierstadtsvacatedTenthStreetStudioaftermovingtoNewYorkCityin1866.HesoonbecameassociatedwiththeNationalAcademyofDesigntheBrooklynArtAssociationandtheCenturyAssociation.HeleftNewYorkCityforSanFranciscofrom1877-1881cultivatingmanywesterncollectorssuchasGeorgeHearstLelandStanfordandCollisP.HuntingtonthefounderofHuntingtonWestVirginia.ThePotteryArtistpaintedwhenPerrywas57showsachangeinstylefrommuchofhisearlierwork.ExhibitedattheNationalAcademysannualexhibitionof1889theworkwashighlylaudedintheNewYorkpapersatthetimeItisthebestpicturethisacademicianhasevershownSpringattheAcademyNewYorkTimesMarch301889p.4.ThePotteryArtisttingedwithnostalgiaforapre-industrialpastisaninterestingamalgambetweena19thcenturyoccupationaldaguerreotypeandarichdetailedinteriorsuchasthosefoundinDutcholdmasterpaintings.EnochWoodPerryAmerican1831-1915ThePotteryArtist1888Oiloncanvas2412x20SigneddatedandinscribedatlowerleftE.WoodPerry88NAImagecourtesyofHirschlAdlerGalleriesInc.NewYorkN.Y. 4Since1992theWalterGropiusMasterArtistWorkshopserieshasbroughtmorethan100artiststotheHuntingtonMuseumoArtorworkshopspubliclecturesandexhibi-tionsoeachotheartistswork.Inthepast15yearstherehasbeenaconcentratedeorttoaddtothepermanentcol-lectionagoodrepresentativeworkbyeachothesevisitingartists.AspartothateortamajorpaintingbyHungLiuwhovisitedHuntingtoninMarch2014waspurchasedthispastJune.LiuwasrecentlycalledthegreatestChinesepainterintheU.S.byTheWallStreetJournal.HerpowerulrichlylayeredpaintingscombinewesternandeasterntraditionspainterlydripsandbravurapaintapplicationwithimagestakenromvintageChinesephotographs.IthasbeensaidthatLiuturnsoldphotographsintonewpaintings.Upuntilthepastewyearsherpaintingsreerencedpho-tographsoanonymousindividualsparticularlyChinesewomenchildrenreugeespeasantsprostitutesandsol-diers.ShereerredtotheseindividualsasghostswhohadbecomelosttohistoryduetoMaoZedongsCulturalRevo-lution-whichtookplaceasLiupreparedtograduateromhighschoolin1966.RecentlyhowevershehasturnedtoamilyphotographsespeciallythoseohergrandatherLiuWeihuawhohelpedraiseandeducateHungLiuandwasChinasmostimportantscholaronthesubjectoQian-shanaclusteromountainpeaksnearlyonethousandinNorthernChinainwhichTaoistandBuddhistmonasterieshavecoexistedorcenturies.Thislarge-scalepaintingtitledStoneDrumTappingportraysaullfgureimageohergrandatherdressedinatraditionalmonksrobewhilevisitinghisbelovedmoun-tains.Abloomingorchidplantisplacedinrontohimandastackobooksbehindsymbolsoaliteratiorschol-arorinhiscasewhattheChinesecallaJushilayBud-dhistoramonkwithaamily.HungLiuAmericanb.China1948StoneDrumtapping2013Oiloncanvas96x48MuseumPurchase2014ImagecourtesyofNancyHoffmanGalleryNewYorkN.Y.RecentAcquisitions 5AbeautiulexampleoarecentworkbyglassMaestroLinoTagliapietrahasbeenaddedtotheMuseumscollection.LinoTagliapietrahasbeencalledthegreatestglassblowerworkingto-day.RecentlytherstcomprehensiveretrospectiveexhibitionandscholarlyexaminationoTagliapietrasworkwasorganizedbytheMuseumoGlassTacomaWashington.InhercatalogueorthatexhibitiontitledLinoTagliapietraInRetrospectAModernRenaissanceinItalianGlassSusanneK.FrantzwritesTagliapietrabecametherstMuranoartisttoexperi-encewidespreadinternationalrecognitionparticularlyintheUnitedStates.Hecombinestechniquesthatarerootedinthethousand-year-oldVenetianglassmakingtraditionandbringsreshandcreativeperspectivestoartinglass.Tagliapietrasworkstandswithinthegrandesttraditionothedecorativeartsanhonoreddisciplineounabashedbeautyandexquisitecrats-manship.Linosinfuencehasbeenprooundandhehasbeeninstru-mentalintheexchangeoartisticideasandglassblowingtech-niquesbetweenItalyandtheUnitedStates.Beginningin1994aterretiringromteachingworkingormanyItalianDesignrmsandcollaboratingwithindividualartistsTagliapietrabe-ganconcentratingonhisowndesigns.Hemakeseverypieceohisworkhimselwithacoregroupoassistantsandturning80thisyearhasnotslowedhimdown.OtherImportantRecentAcquisitionsGiftsWadeSchumanAmericanb.1962Untitled1988.Oiloncanvas60x60irregular.GitoMrs.FredericM.Chacker.CoreenMarySpellmanAmerican1905-1978RuinsSpruceTreeHouseMesaVerdeColoradolate1930s.Lithographplate8x1012ramed1612x19x114.GitoHarveyD.PeytonAdditionalpurchasesDonPendletonAmericanb.1970HarlequinPeglegBlackBeautySoloist4Skateboarddecks42013.Maplescreen-printed.DesignedbyDonPendletonandcutconstructedandscreenprintedbyPennswoodManuacturingOilCityPennsylvania.MuseumPurchaseDonPendletonAmericanb.1970Mutability2013.Screen-print18x24.DesignedbyDonPendletonprintedbyPosterChildPrintsLosAngelesCA.MuseumPurchase.RecentAcquisitionsLinoTagliapietraItalianb.1934Fortuny2013.14.75x14.75x7.25inchesColoredglassandcanesmultipleencalmicarved.FundsprovidedbytheFitzpatrickSocietytheDonaldB.HarperEndowmentFund.2014.ImagecourtesyoHawkGalleriesColumbusOhio.GiftsPurchases 6CuratorsChoiceVernonF.HowellOctober182014-January112015GalleryThreeOpeningreceptionforthisexhibittakesplacefrom530to730p.m.October172014.Admissionisfree.VernonHowellaHunting-tonnativetaughtartfor30years1959-1989oneyearinWebsterSpringsand29yearsatBarboursvilleHighSchool.Afterretiringin1989How-elltransitionedfrombeingabelovedteachertoamuchac-claimedandsoughtafterart-ist.HisworkhasbeenshownacrossthestateofWestVir-giniaandbeyond.Whileteachingartandcoachingbasketballandrearingfourchil-drenwithhiswifeBeverlyhestillfoundtimetomakeart.Tak-inganearlyretirementhowev-erhasallowedHowelltofocusfull-timeonhisartworkandinthepast25yearshehascreatedalargebodyofworkinastyleuniquelyhisown.Howellsworkhasreceivednumerousaccoladesandawardsandin2012theartistwasselectedtoreceivetheprestigiousGovernorsArtsAwardforLifetimeAchievement.ThisexhibitwillfocusmainlyonworkcreatedafterHowellstoppedteachingyetinordertoshowaprogressionofstylethroughouthis55yearsofmakingartanumberofimperativeolderworkswillbeincluded.Howellhasalwaysworkedinavarietyofmediaincludingmetalandwoodreliefsphotographyoilandwatercolorpaintingpenandinkdrawingtransferprintsandstainedglassbutheisbest-knownforhisworksincollageandmixedmedia.Inspirationcomesfromarchitecturegridsmapsmechanicalpartsengineeredstructurespatternandrepetitivedesigns.Theartisthasalwaysbeenkeenlyinterestedinanddrawntosubjectsdepictinghighcontraststudiesinpositiveandnega-tivespaces.Thesecontrastslaterturnedintoshallowreliefsculpturesandshadow-boxlikeconstructionsinwhichtheart-istlayeredphotographsandfoundimagesatoponeanotherseparatedbyglassorMylarsheets.Recentcollageandmixed-mediaworksalsoexperimentwithmultiplelayersandrelief.Theseincrediblydetailedimaginaryinteriorsuseelementsofdesignandcompositiontobecomecleverillusionsofspatialdepth.Humorandvisualpunsbecomemoreapparentthelongeronespendswitheachpiece.ThisisthesixthCuratorsChoiceexhibitionpresentedbytheHuntingtonMuseumofArt.AbrochurewillbeavailableinconjunctionwiththeexhibitfeaturinganessaybyorganizingcuratorJenineCulliganillustratedwithworksbyVernonHowell.ThisexhibitissponsoredbythefollowingFriendsofVernonHowellW.B.BartandDorisAndrewsRotaryClubofBarboursvilleJimandMickeyStClairJulieHowellWaldoandJuniorV.WaldothefollowingFansofVernonHowellAnonymousDr.RobertandJackieAlexanderLouiseR.BaysInMemoryofLeonardH.BaysLoisH.ClokeJoshJenniferJosiahandJonathanCochranLindaConardInMemoryofJimConardGayleCoxPeggyD.CrosbieBobandCarolCummingsInMemoryofJohnandDelphiaCummingsBobandNancyForceLindaW.GilesDonzilR.andNancyE.HallBarbaraHaptonstallVernandMargaretReichenbecherLeslieC.SharpKayandHowardSowardsCarolynTempletonJanetThackerDonaldR.WattsKathyWeeklyCharlotteWilsonLindaLeeZbanandTheIsabelleGwynnandRobertDaineExhititionEdowmentWestVirginiaDivisionofCultureandHistoryandtheNationalEndowmentfortheArtswithapprovalfromtheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArts.ThisistheSponsorlistforthemagazineatthetimeofprinting.Additionalsponsorsmayhavedonatedsincethattime.VernonF.HowellPigeonHoled1978.FirstlayeredcollagePhotographymixedmedia.Courtesyoftheartist. 7AttheageotwelveDr.StephanieSkolikbegantopaint.Atapointinherearlyadultyearsshehadtomakeadecisionwhethertopursueacareerinmedicineoracareerinart.Shechosemedicinebutshestillpaintsandhasbeenor40yearsnottobeseenbyanyonenoteventobeseenbyherselbutorasshesaysthejourneyopaintingthepersonalexperiencethefeelingopaintingpaintingwhatisinmyconsciousnessontoacanvas.Dr.SkolikearnedabachelorsdegreeromMarshallUni-versityin1981andgraduatedromtheUniversitysSchooloMedicinein1985.ShewasafnalistintheU.S.OlympicTri-alsinbasketballin1980andaRhodesScholarshipfnalistin1981.SheadmitshoweverthatduringheryearsatMarshallshehauntedthefneartsdepartment.Shetooktwoyearsoduringhermedicalstudiestopursueherartistictrainingbutsheendedupreturningtomedicineorhervocationandormorethan20yearshasdedicatedherseltoimprovingthelivesoWestVirginians.SheisanophthalmologistinHuntingtonWestVir-giniaandPresidentandCEOotheHuntingtonRetinaCen-ter.In2013shewashonoredwiththeOutstandingWomaninTechnologyAwardorherretinopathyresearchandinventionodevicestoassistwitheyesurgery.InnerandOuterVisionThePaintingsofStephanieA.SkolikM.D.AsaphysicianwhoworksinafeldcriticaltosightandretinacareIammoreacutelyawareohowtoexecutemyownvisionandhowthevisualrepresentationowhatIseebothinnerandouterperceptioniscommunicatedinmywork.Manymusesspeaktoherandsheexperimentswithavarietyomediaoilpaintwatercolorcharcoalpastelmixedmediaandstylesin-cludingrealismsurrealismandabstraction.ThiswillbethefrstmajorexhibitoworksbyDr.Skolik.Itisherwishtomakeherworkaccessibletoeveryoneinasmanywaysaspossibleandwillincludereliesbraillelabelsandin-depthverbalnarratives.Visitorswillbeabletoenjoytheex-hibitusingmultiplesensesincludingvisionhearingandtouch.ThankstotheRobertC.ByrdInstituteforAdvancedFlexibleManufacturingfortheirassistance.ThisexhibitissponsoredbyOliverH.andGayeH.FearingtheArthurandJoanWeisbergFamilyFoundationInc.LakeandLouisePolanandTheAmericanRetinaResearchFoundation.AdditionalsupportforthisexhibitisprovidedbytheWestVirginiaDivisionofCultureandHistoryandtheNationalEndowmentfortheArtswithapprovalfromtheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArts.November12014-January252015SwitzerGalleryOpeningreceptiontakesplaceNovember22014from2to5p.m.Admissionisfree.StephanieSkolikAmericanb.1958AnnsBackyardinHilo1988.Oiloncanvas38x38.Courtesyotheartist. 8ANSELADAMSThisexhibitioneaturesacollectiono47worksbyAnselAdams1902-1984selectedromTheMuseumSetagroupingAdamsmadelateinhisliewithimagesheeltwerehisbest.IncludedaremanyoAdamsmostamousandbest-lovedphotographswhichencom-passtheullscopeohisworkelegantdetailsonaturearchitec-turalstudiesportraitsandthebreathtakinglandscapesorwhichheisrevered.TheexhibitionalsoincludesaphotoportraitoAnselAdamsbyJamesAlinder.InacareerthatspannedmorethanvedecadesAnselAdamsbecameoneoAmericasmostbelovedlandscapephotographersandoneoitsmorerespectedenvironmentalists.Heprooundlyinfu-encedthecourseo20thcenturyphotographynotonlythroughtheexampleohissumptuousandtechnicallypreciseimagesbutalsobymeansohispersonalenergyanddevotiontoadvancingthecauseophotographyasanartorm.ThisexhibitionwasorganizedbytheTurtleBayExplorationParkReddingCA.ExhibitiontourmanagementbyLandauTravelingExhibitionsLosAngelesCA.PhotographsbyAnselAdamsareusedbypermissionotheTrusteesotheAnselAdamsPublishingRightsTrust.AllRightsReserved.SustainingsponsorsorthisexhibitareTheHerald-DispatchandDianeC.andMauriceA.MusonM.D.ContributingsponsorsorthisexhibitareTheOhioValleyCameraCluboWestVirginiaandLavenderPhotography.ThisprogramispresentedwithfnancialassistanceromtheWestVirginiaDivisionoCultureandHistoryandtheNationalEndowmentortheArtswithapprovalromtheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArts.DaineGalleryNovember82014throughFebruary12015OpeningreceptiontakesplaceNovember142014rom6to8p.m.JanieWelkercuratorocollectionsandexhibitionsattheArtMuseumattheUniversityoKentuckywillpresentTheLawrenceB.andShirleyGangMemorialLectureat6p.m.November142014.Admissionisree.Areceptionollows.ThisexhibitwillalsobehighlightedduringtheNovember20144thTuesdayTourat7p.m.November252014.Rereshmentswillbeserved.MountWilliamsontheSierraNevadafromManzanarCalifornia1945.PhotographbyAnselAdams.GelatinSilverPrint.Image15916x1891639.6cmx47.2cm2014TheAnselAdamsPublishingRightsTrust.AllRightsReserved.MASTERWORKSFromtheCollectionoftheTurtleBayExplorationParkReddingCalifornia 9WideAngleNovember152014-February82015DaywoodGalleryOpeningreceptiontakesplaceNovember142014from6to8p.m.JanieWelkercuratorofcollectionsandexhibitionsattheArtMuseumattheUniversityofKentuckywillpresentTheLawrenceB.andShirleyGangMemorialLectureat6p.m.November142014.Admissionisfree.Areceptionfollows.ThisexhibitwillalsobehighlightedduringtheNovember20144thTuesdayTourat7p.m.November252014.Refreshmentswillbeserved.WideAngleAmericanPhotographsfromtheArtMuseumattheUniversityofKentuckywasorganizedbyUKCuratorJanieWelker.Iteaturesadiverseselectionoseventy-oneworksromacollectionomorethan1300bybothrenownedandlesser-knownartistswhoseworkillustratessomeothemajorthemesinthe20th-and21stcentury.Amongtheseareportraitureandtheportrayalogenderthetransitionromtra-ditionalphotographytoconstructedlandscapesandthecon-ventionsodocumentaryphotographystreetphotographyandimagesmanipulatedorpsychologicaleect.ArtistsrepresentedintheexhibitincludeWalkerEvansDorisUlmannAnselAd-amsBereniceAbbottLewisHinePaulStrandRobertFrankHelenLevittRalphEugeneMeatyardAndyWarholAaronSiskindCarrieMaeWeemsandCindySherman.LexingtonKentuckyhasaparticularlyrichhistoryinpho-tographydueinparttotheLexingtonCameraClubandthepeopleassociatedwiththatgroup.Foundedin1936andactiveuntil1972itnurturedthecareersotwophotographerswhobecamerenownedfguresinthephotographyworldVanDerenCokeandRalphEugeneMeatyardaswellastalentedregionalphotographersincludingRobertC.Maywhosebequestopho-tographsandundinghasbeenintegraltobuildingtheUKArtMuseumscollection.ThisexhibitispresentedbyHIMGandsponsoredbyGaryCaudillInMemoryofRogerPembertonDoloresCookInMemoryofWillisW.CookRynnieandScottCotterInMemoryofMrs.AmyDouthatRobertsDonnaL.andWilliamD.CubbedgeInMemoryofSallySigalWarrenandJudithDumkeInMemoryofAnnCsernicaHighPerfor-manceHeatTreatingInc.InHonorofLyleRamseyMr.andMrs.VernonF.HowellInMemoryofJoeCoxDr.MontserratMillerDr.DanielHolbrookandJohnHolbrookInMemoryOfLindaHamiltonTamaraNimmoInMemoryofCleadithandChristineNimmoDr.andMrs.RichardE.OakesInMemoryofRichardEOakesIIM.D.RobertD.OlsonInHonorofDalaiLamaFranklinE.SampsonInMemoryofBernieLouSampsonAnneShuffInHonorofCynthiaDearbornJamesandPatriciaShopeInMemoryofThorntonBarretteandwifeEleanorJeremyandPaulaWattsWestVirginiaDivisionofCultureandHistoryandNationalEndowmentfortheArtswithapprovalfromtheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArts.HIMGPresentsAmericanPhotographsfromtheArtMuseumattheUniversityofKentuckyMargaretBourke-WhiteAmerican1906-1971AMileUndergroundKimberlyDiamondMineSouthAfrica1950.Gelatinsilverprint13716x101116.BequestofCorneliaWilberM.D.1992.12.CourtesyoftheArtMuseumattheUniversityofKentuckyandfeaturedinHIMGPresentsWIDEANGLEAmericanPhotographsfromtheArtMuseumattheUniversityofKentucky.JanieWelkerFormoreaboutTheLawrenceB.andShirleyGangMemorialLecturebyJanieWelkeronNovember142014pleaseseepage20. 10MacysPresentswww.paperwomenworkingwithpaperBeginningwithworksromtheearly18thcenturybyMariaSibyllaMerianDutch1647-1717andcontinuingintothe21stcenturywithworksrom2013byKateBingaman-BurtAmericanb.1977thisexhibitwillexamineworksbywomenartistswhousethemediumopapertoexploretheirworld.Theexhibitwillincludedrawingpastelprintsphotographywater-colorhand-madepapermoldedpaperpulpandamixedmediaquilt.Theexhibitwillincludeapproximately50worksbyartistsincludingbesidesthetwomentionedaboveKtheKollwitzMarieLaurencinSoniaDelaunayBereniceAbbottBlancheLazzellLouiseNevelsonGloriaVanderbiltMarciaMarxLeeBontecouYvonneJacquetteHelenFrankenthalerKikiSmithMiriamSchapiroIdaKohlmeyerLesleyDillMaggieTaylorJa-netFishLyndaBenglisAlisonSaarJoanMitchellCarrieMaeWeemsSandySkoglundandSookJinJoamongothers.TheexhibitwillbepresentedintheMuseumsDaineGallerywhichwasdesignedspecifcallyorexhibitionseaturingworksonpaper.TheshowwillbeonviewduringMarchWomensHistoryMonth.Sincetheyear2000therehasbeenaconsciouseortontheMuseumsparttoacquireworksbywomenandartistsocolororthepermanentcollection.Thisisthefrstinaseriesoexhibitswhichwillpresentaselectionoworksbywomenartistsinavarietyomedia.ThisexhibitispresentedbyMacys.AdditionalsupportforthisexhibitisprovidedbytheWestVirginiaDivisionofCultureandHistoryandtheNationalEndowmentfortheArtswithapprovalfromtheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArts.MariaSybillaMerianDutch1647-1717MarquiaasPassionFlowerwithFruit1705.Transer-printwatercolorpaper1934x133450.2cmx34.9cm.FundsprovidedbytheSarahWheelerCharitableTrustinmemoryoHaroldR.SteveWheelerandSarahSlackWheeler.FromMetamorphosisoftheInsectsSurinamPlate21Amsterdam1705.DaineGalleryFebruary282015-June142015KateBingaman-BurtAmericanb.1977ObsessiveConsump-tionDailyDrawing1.22.112011.Penandinkonpaper11x81227.9cmx21.6cm.MuseumpurchaseDanielR.SiloskyEndowmentFund2013.12.1 11Forthenextyear-and-a-haltheMuseumhasscheduledaseriesosmallexhibitionsthatwilltaptheknowledgewhichourTrusteesandStahavegleanedaboutHMAscol-lectionduringtheirmanyyearsoinvolvementwiththisinstitution.Wehadgreatsuccesswithanexhibitionin2010calledDocentsSelectandwearepre-sentingtheseollow-upshowswithcollectionpicksromstaandboardmembersorwhobetterknowsthecollectionandthemissionotheMuseumThisseriesoshowswillbepresentedontheBridgeGalleryandwillbedividedintoourdistinctexhibitsasollowsEmeritusandHonoraryBoardMembersOctober252014-February152015HMAStaffMarch212015-July122015VotingBoardMembersIJuly252015-November82015VotingBoardMembersIINovember212015-February212016Weareaskingeachtrusteeandstamembertopickaavoritesmall-scaleworkandprovideashortwrite-upexplainingwhyaspe-cifcworkwasselected.ItwillbeinterestingtoviewtheirchoicesThisexhibitispresentedbyMaryH.HodgesInMemoryofJ.ChurchillHodges.AdditionalsupportforthisexhibitisprovidedbytheWestVirginiaDivisionofCultureandHistoryandtheNationalEndowmentfortheArtswithapprovalfromtheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArts.Tri-StateArtsAssociationJuriedExhibition2014ContinuesthroughOctober52014GalleryThreeTheTri-StateArtsAssociationinconjunctionwiththeMuseumpresentsthisbiennialexhibitionthatpromotestheworkoartistslivingandworkinginWestVirginiaKentuckyandOhio.JurorsorthisyearsexhibitionareRayHassardandPattieBryonbothoCincinnatiOhio.Avarietyomediawillberepresentedincludingpaintingdrawingphotographyceramicssculptureglasswoodtextilesandmixed-media.TheTri-StateArtsAssociationhasbeeninexistencesince1953.Theas-sociationwasormedtoencourageandpromoteapublicinterestinandunderstandingoallschoolsoartandtocreateanddevelopacloserrelationshipbetweenartandthecommunity.TheHuntingtonMuseumoArthasbeenshowcasingworkbymembersotheTri-StateArtsAssociationsince1959.ThisexhibitissponsoredbytheWestVirginiaDivisionofCultureandHistoryandtheNationalEndowmentfortheArtswithapprovalfromtheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArts.HIMGPresentsTheDaywoodCollectionDaywoodGalleryContinuesThroughNovember22014TheDaywoodCollectionwasormedrom1916to1965byPhilippiW.Va.nativesArthurSpencerDayton1887-1948andRuthWoodsDayton1894-1978whogitedthecollec-tiontoHMAin1967.ThestrengthoTheDaywoodCollectionliesinacademi-callytrainedartistsworkinginthevariousschoolsorealismandAmericanimpressionismincludingmasterworksbyChil-deHassamJ.AldenWeirEmilCarlsenJohnTwachtmanWillardMetcalFrankBensonCharlesDavisandworksbyTheEight.TheDaywoodCollectionexhibitispresentedbyHIMGandgenerouslysponsoredbyCarolynBagbyInMemoryofPatriciaParkerAgeeCarolandBrianBaileyInMemoryofHowardandBettyanneHerbitterAdamBoothInMem-oryofJeanneEllenKaplanBennieBreeceInMemoryofWilliamCampbellandPatriciaParkerAgeeGayleCoxInMemoryofJoeCoxGlenDanaheyInHonorofGlenDa-nahey-PNCInstitutionalInvestmentsHalcyonandJasonMosesInMemoryofGarththegreatestartistweveeverknownKatherinePeytonForbesInMemoryofPatriciaParkerAgeeSammeL.GeeInMemoryofMaymieHannaGeeNancyE.HoeyInMemoryofCharlotteandAlbertBoosMr.andMrs.SeldenMcNeerJr.InMemoryofRo-bertaShinnEmersonTessMooreInMemoryofJohnP.ChildersJr.RonaldR.MorganInMemoryofSee-MoreEnglishBullTerrier4252005-1192010BillandMari-lynMurdockStacieandJeffRakesInHonorofoursonsZacheryandIsaacRakesMelissaRoweInMemoryofEv-erettT.CalawayBobandKarenSchwarzinHonorofBobs70thBirthdayJackSteinbergInMemoryofEddaStein-bergTheIsabelleGwynnandRobertDaineExhibitionEn-dowmentWestVirginiaDivisionofCultureandHistoryandtheNationalEndowmentfortheArtswithapprovalfromtheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArtsMaryH.HodgesInMemoryofJ.ChurchillHodgesPresentsCollectionWisdomEmeritusHonoraryTrusteesSelectBridgeGalleryOctober252014-February152015ThisexhibitwillbefeaturedduringtheJanuary20154thTuesdayTourat7p.m.January272015.Admissionisfree.Refreshmentswillbeserved.Tri-StateArtsAssociationHowardSomervilleScottish1873-1952Joyce1920.Oiloncanvas4412x34.GitoMrs.ArthurS.Dayton67.1.234 12HMADocentRonMorganconductsa4thTuesdayTour.Dogsandthepeoplewholovethemattenda4thTuesdayTourinconjunctionwiththeFineArfexhibitatHMA.Specialoodorthe4thTuesdayreceptionortheexhibittitledTracksTheRailroadinPhotographsfromtheGeorgeEastmanHouseCollection.4thTuesdayToursArePopularatHuntingtonMuseumofArtHMAsschooltoursprogramisbooming.Yellowschoolbusesflltheparkinglotandchildrensvoicesfllthegalleryspacesev-erymorningduringtheweek.LastyearwiththeindispensablehelpromtheHMAdocentsweguided8550studentsthroughthemuseum.SowhataboutadulttoursSeveralyearsagoHMAsBoardEducationCommitteedecidedtolaunchaninitiativethatwouldinviteencourageandengageadultsinintriguingandlivelyexperiencesatthemuseum.WithSarahDenmanslead-ershipandguidanceEducationCommitteeMembersmetanddiscussedideasoranadulttourprogram.Aterlotsobrain-stormingandlivelydiscussionthecommitteeormulatedaplanandcalledit4thTuesdayTours.Justasitsoundsonceamonthonthe4thTuesdayHMAwouldinvitethepublictoadocent-ledtourollowedbyareceptionorastimulatingandenjoyableeveningatthemuseum.FinallyonApril262011wewel-comedadultsandamilymemberstoourfrst4thTuesdayTour.ItwasgreatMuseumstaanddocentspreparedthoroughlyandvisitorsenjoyedtheevening.Every4thTuesdayTourhasathemebasedonaparticularexhibitorgroupingoexhibits.OneexampleoathemebasedtourwasaneveningdesignedaroundHMAsexhibitFineArfanexhibitopaintingsanddrawingsodogsromHMAscollec-tion.Forthe4thTuesdayToursomevisitorsenjoyedatourotheexhibitwhileothersbroughttheirdogsandenjoyedadogwalkonthemuseumstrails.Thiswasalsodesignedinconjunc-tionwiththeopeningoHuntingtonsnewdogpark.FortheopeningotheexhibitTRACKSTheRailroadinPhotographsfromtheGeorgeEastmanHouseCollectionanexhibito44photographsotrainsthemuseumhosteda4thTuesdayTour.TherewasaspecialguestappearancebyCollisP.HuntingtonJimCastoinulldisguisewhogaveananimatedandlivelytourotheshow.Inadditionguestsdelightedinthespeciallydesignedrereshmentsatthereception.Anannualavorite4thTuesdayTouristheTastingTour.ThistourisdesignedaroundHMAsC.FredEdwardsConser-vatoryandalloitsood-producingplants.Coconutmangocoeecashewpineapplegingerchocolatepapayabananasteviapomegranateandsugarcanearejustsomeotheood-producingplantsinHMAsconservatory.Ona4thTuesdayTourguestscanstrollthroughtheconservatorylearnaboutthedierentplantsandsampledierentoodsmadewiththesein-gredients.Thisadulttourprogram4thTuesdayTourscontinuestogrowinpopularity.Alongwiththeregularswhohavebeencomingsinceitsbeginningnewpeoplecontinuetoattend.O-tenentireamilieswillcomeortheevening.JustlikeHMAsschooltoursprogramitisbooming.ArecentvisitorsaidMyhusbandandIdidntknowwhatweweremissingbynotcomingtothe4thTuesdayTours. 13TastingTourattendeesenjoysomesugarcaneandstevia.JamesCastoportraysCollisP.Huntingtonata4thTuesdayTour.Enjoyaneveningwithriendslearningaboutartandpartak-inginsomedeliciousrereshments.AlltoursaredesignedaroundHMAexhibitsandareledbyHMAdocents.4thTuesdayTourstakeplacetheourthTuesdayoeachmonthrom7to9p.m.Formoreinormationon4thTuesdayTourscall304529-2701.FreeTuesdaysatHMAarespon-soredbyMacys.September23at7p.m.3DThistourwilleaturesculptureatHMAincludingWalterGropiusArtistAlbertParrthesculpturecourtyardandout-doorsculpture.October28at7p.m.HarryPotterandthePermanentCollectionYearFourYesthereareconnectionsbetweenHMAspermanentcol-lectionandtheHarryPotterseries.Docentswillreadex-cerptsromtheworksbyJ.K.Rowling.November25at7p.m.AnselAdamsandtheAmericanPhotographEnjoyaneveningophotographywhileviewingtheANSELADAMSMASTERWORKSFromtheCollec-tionoftheTurtleBayExplorationParkRed-dingCaliforniaexhibitandHIMGPresentsWIDEANGLEAmericanPhotographsfromtheArtMuseumattheUniversityofKentuckyexhibit.PhotographsbyAnselAdamsusedbypermissionoftheTrusteesoftheAnselAdamsPublishingRightsTrust.AllRightsReserved.ThistravelingexhibitionisorganizedbyTheTurtleBayExplora-tionParkReddingCaliorniainassociationwithLandauTravelingExhibitionsLosAngelesCaliornia.December23at7p.m.ArtonaLimbThisholidaytourocusesontreesthroughoutthemuseumdecoratedwithartworkmadebyareaartistsandartisans.January27at7p.m.CollectionWisdomHMAsEmeritusBoardMembershaveselectedtheiravoriteworksromthemuseumscollectiontobeincludedinthisexhibit.Aguidedtourbyboardmemberswilllendinsightintotheirchoices.February24at7p.m.ScavengerHuntTeamupwithyourriendsandseeiyoucanfndtheanswerstothecluesasyouhuntthroughthepermanentcollection.Upcoming4thTuesdayTours 14DocentsatHMA-HighlightsfromtheYearInthepastfscalyearHMAdocentsparticipatedin1288hoursotrainingconducted217toursor8604peopleoallagesandvolunteered990hoursotimeortours.HMAsdocentprogramwillstartupagainonSep-tember82014at930a.m.atthemuseum.AnyoneinterestedinlearningmoreabouttheprogramwasinvitedtoattendourannualDocentOpenHouseonTuesdaySeptember92014rom6-730p.m.atHMA.TripstoareamuseumshelpHMADocentslearnaboutmuseumtrends.HelenGibbonsleadsNatureDocentsonatrailtour.HMADocentsareshownonavisittotheCultureCenterinCharleston.CongratulationstoournewDocentsA.J.StovitzJanetBaileyGeorgeSherrillandKarenGold.AterayearotrainingtheyareofciallyHMADocentsnotetheturquoiselanyards.DocentLindaGrayconductsatour.DocentChrisLongconductsatour.DocentMichaelCorneldrepresentedHMAattheNationalDocentSym-posiuminSanFrancisco. 15NewPugmillissavingtimeandmoneyinHMAsClayStudioHMAsClayStudioisaverybusyplace.Classesworkshopsandcampsareunderwaythroughouttheyearwithhundredsopeopleenjoyingart-makingexperienceswithclay.Ineveryclay-makingendeavorwhetheritisonapot-terywheelorhand-buildingwhetheritisromthehandsoachildoraproessionalthereisalwayssomeletoverclaythatcouldpotentiallygotowaste.Butinaclaystudionothingiseverwasted.Whensomeonefnishesaprojectandhasletoverclaythatistoodryortoowettousethatclayisplacedinalargetrashcan-sizedcontainer.Whenthecontainerisullitstimetobeginre-processingtheclay.Theclayhastobemoistenedandordriedtoanevenconsistencyandlastlywedgedsimilartokneadingbread.Finallythepreviouslydiscardedclayisreadyoruse.Asisevidentthecontainerounusedclaytakesupspaceinthestu-dioandthewedgingtakestimeandmuscle.InFebruarythisprocedurechangeddrasticallyallowingormoreefciencyinservingourever-growingpopulationointerestedpotters.HMAboughtapugmill.ApugmillisamachinethatdoesALLothework.Discardedcollectedclaycanbeputinthetopothepugmillregardlessohowwetordryitis.Thepugmilldoesallothewedgingandextrudesperectlypreparedclay-readyoruseBeoreweacquiredthepugmillHMAtypicallybought11600poundsoclayayear-thatisnotatypoSoarsinceFebruaryartistinresidenceKathleenKneaseyhaspuggedmorethan1500poundsoclay.Thisreprocessedorpuggedclayhasbeenusedtomakethe275bowlsthatHMAcontributedtoEmptyBowlsithasbeenusedattheDowntownLiveCAFeventwherecountlesschildrenexperiencedthewondersoclayithasbeenusedbySaturdayKidsArtattendeesithasbeenusedinclayclassesandonandon.Needlesstosaythepugmillisavaluableassettothemuseumsclaystudio.Itsavestimemoneyandspace.AboveallitenablesHMAtoserveourcommunitymoreeectively.PurchaseofthepugmillwasmadepossiblewithgeneroussupportfromtheJamesH.andAliceTeubertCharitableTrust.DiscardedclaywaitstobereprocessedThankstotheJamesH.andAliceTeubertCharitableTrustorthegeneroussupportinthepurchaseothepugmill.TheHuntingtonCalligraphersGuildMeetsonthethirdFridayoeverymonthinStudio2at630p.m.Allskilllevelsarewelcome.Forurtherinormationcall304523-3037Tri-StateArtsAssociationMembershipmeetingsareheldmonthlyonthesecondThursdayoeverymonthat7p.m.inStudio1attheHuntingtonMuseumoArt.Formoreinormationvisitwww.tristatearts.orgOhioValleyCameraClubIyouhaveaninterestinphotog-raphyorwouldliketolearnmoreaboutphotographywewouldliketoinviteyoutojointheOhioValleyCameraClub.TheclubmeetsonthefrstandthirdThursdayoeachmonthat7p.m.Formoreinorma-tionvisitwww.ovccwv.orgWestVirginiaBeadSocietyTheWestVirginiaBeadSocietyisaneclecticmixocreativeandin-novativebeadweaversanunstruc-turedorganizationbasedonteach-ingencouragingandinspiringoneanother.BeadersmeetinStudio2thesecondSaturdayoeverythirdmonthcall304529-4200orurtherinorma-tion.CommunityArtGroupsatHuntingtonMuseumofArtThepugmillturnsdrydiscardedclayintoclaythatisreadytobeused. 16ClassesADULTArtPaperDollsSaturdaySeptember271session10a.m.-4p.m.InstructorsDremaCraftandWandaCummingsStudio240Members65Non-membersHandBuildingandWheelThrowingforAdultsMondaysSeptember22-November2410sessions6-8p.m.InstructorKathleenKneafseyStudio4180Members205Non-membersOpenStudioWednesdaysSeptember24-November2610sessions6-8p.m.MonitorKathleenKneafseyStudio4515pereveningFigureDrawingTuesdaysOctober7-November258sessions630-930p.m.MonitorBruceBowersockStudio1200Members225Non-membersIntrotoPhotoshopMondaysOctober20-November246sessions630-830p.m.InstructorSholtenSingerStudio595Members120Non-membersBasicPhotographicTechniquesWednesdaysSeptember3-October86sessions6-8p.m.InstructorLarryReesStudio395Members120Non-membersIntermediateAdvancedPhotographicTechniquesThursdaysSeptember4-October96sessionsInstructorLarryRees6-8p.m.Studio395Members120Non-membersAdvancedWednesdayWatercolorWednesdaysOctober1-November269sessions10a.m.-1p.m.InstructorLisaWaldenStudio2210Members235Non-membersAStudyofAnselAdamsBlackWhiteLandscapePhotographyThursdaysOctober30-December116sessions6-8p.m.InstructorLarryReesStudio395Members120Non-membersFORKIDSModernMovementsHomeschoolArtClassWednesdaysOctober1-November56sessions11a.m.-1230p.m.InstructorKathleenKneafseyStudio570Members95Non-membersAmazingArtMakingSaturdaysSeptember20-October256sessions1-3p.m.6th-9thgradersInstructorCharityBakerStudio380Members105Non-membersSaturdayKidsArtforchildrenK-5thgradesEverySaturday1-3p.m.InstructorsJessicaLongShelbySpenceJeslynPerformingArtsCenterStudio5AdmissionisFREEthankstothegeneroussponsorshipofCabellHuntingtonHospital. 17AlbertPfarrWalterGropiusMasterArtistSeriesPresentsExhibitionJuly262014-October192014PublicPresentationSeptember252014at7p.m.WorkshopEquilibriumDemonstrationandDiscussionwithAlbertPfarronBuildingLarge-ScaleWorktakesplace9a.m.to4p.m.September26-282014.AbouttheArtistAlbertParrreceivedaBacheloroArtsromtheStateUniversityoNewYork-Potsdamin1984.Followingpost-baccalaureatestudyattheUniversityoMassachusetts-AmherstheearnedaMasteroFineArtsdegreein1990romtheNewYorkStateCollegeoCeramicsatAlredUniversity.Parrhasreceivednumerousawardsresearchgrantsellowshipsandresidenciesbothstatesideandabroad.In2005hewasoneosixnationalEmergingArtistschosenbytheNationalCouncilorEducationoCeramicArts.TheollowingyearhewasselectedastheNCE-CAArtist-in-Residenceorasix-weekresidencyattheGuldager-gaardInternationalCeramicResearchCenterinDenmark.ParrsworkisrepresentedinnumerousprivateandpubliccollectionssuchastheDaumMuseumoContemporaryArtSedaliaMis-souritheArchieBrayFoundationHelenaMTandtheJohnMi-chaelKohlerArtsCenterSheboyganWI.Hisworkhasbeenea-turedinTheNewYorkTimesCeramicsMonthlyandAmericanCraftamongothers.Since2007ParrhasmanagedtheeducationandstudiooperationsoGreenwichHousePotteryaninternationallyrecognizedcenterorceramicsinNewYorkNY.Heisalsoinvolvedinresearchanddevelopmentothe3DprintingoceramicsorCorecastinconjunctionwithShapewaysa3DprintingcompanyheadquarteredinNewYork.AbouttheArtistsWorkBrooklyn-basedceramistAlbertParrisknownorlarge-scaleree-standingceramicsculpturescomposedohundredsointerconnectingandinterchangeablepartsthatdrawinspirationrompatternsoconstructioninbothnatureandtechnology.Usingapeg-and-holeabricationtechniqueParrinsertsavari-ablecombinationoearthenwarespinesfangesandloopsintoacylindricalterracottacore.Theresultingnon-representationalormsbloomanddeveloporganicallyspontaneouslyashecareullybalancesandcounterweightsthenumerouscompo-nents.Hisassemblagesaremodulareachcontainspotentialele-mentsothenexttoberecycledintonewobjectsinentirelydi-erentcongurations.ThescaleandsheerphysicalityoParrsworkcanbeintimidatingandotherworldlyyettheamiliarre-semblancetooversizedtoysmodelsomolecularstructuresorthree-dimensionaldoodlesengagesanddelightstheviewer.InhisartiststatementAlbertParrstatesIcreateworkasiIwerepiecingtogetherapuzzleorcreatingacode.InasenseIvecreatedagameormyselandtheviewer.Ienjoyworkingwithinthelimitationsothisinventedgame-seeingwhatnewpiecescanbemadeeachtimeIsetuptheworkusingavocabularyoparts.Theormsareconstructedonroundedbasesthatenablethemtorockbackandorthwhenpushed.Thereisasubtlere-erencetothegureandthesimpleshapesandcolorshaveachildlikeappeal.Thelargescalecreatesanundeniablepresenceinagalleryspaceandtheprojectingshapesstandincontrasttostraightcleanarchitecturallines.Anotherconnectionsuggeststheprocessoathrownceramicvesselincludingitsrelianceoncenterrotationandspinningorce.Thegoalhoweverisnottomakeanalperectedormbutrathertorelinquishsomecontroloverthenalimagetospontaneousdecisions.Bycre-atingworksthatcanbeassembledanddissembledItradethepreciousnessotheormalobjectortheenjoymentandactivityinvolvedincreating.AlbertParrForUndierligeMurstenstrangebrick5-22-418.Ceramic10hx5d.GyeonggiInternationalCeramicBiennaleSouthKorea.Im-agecourtesyotheartist.Inthisdemonstration-onlyworkshopparticipantswillexperi-encersthandhowtobuildlarge-scaleceramicsculptureswithocusonusingmoldsanduniversalttingsinspiredbyindustrytocreateworkthatcanbeassembledinvariouscombinations.Specialattentionwillbegiventounderstandingthestructuralrequirementsormakinglarge-scaleworksaelybyunderstand-ingthelimitationsoclayandwaystoworkwithitsweightandinherentragility.Theartistwillsharethewaysinwhichsci-entictheorieshaveinspiredtheselarge-scaleworksaswellasaddressingindividualquestionsrelatingtoparticipantsartisticendeavorsandtechnicalissues. 18LinnMeyersWalterGropiusMasterArtistSeriesPresentsExhibitionAugust162014-October122014PublicPresentationSeptember112014WorkshopTheGameofUnintendedConsequencestakesplacefrom9a.m.to4p.m.September12-142014.AbouttheArtistLinnMeyerscompletedaBFAatTheCooperUnionNewYorkNYandearnedanMFAromCaliorniaCollegeotheArtsSanFranciscoCA.MeyershashadsoloshowsattheAmericanUniversityMuseumattheKatzenArtsCenterWash-ingtonDCThePhillipsCollectionWashingtonDCTheUniversityoMarylandCollegeParkGFineArtWashingtonDCMargaretThatcherProjectsNewYorkGalleryJoePhila-delphiaandWestmorelandMuseumoAmericanArtGreens-burg.MeyershasalsoparticipatedinseveralinternationalgroupshowsincludingtheTokyoMetropolitanMuseumoArtTokyoandParisConcretParis.ShehasreceivednumerousawardsincludingtheSmithsonianArtistResearchFellowshipArtist-in-ResidenceattheSanJoseInstituteoContemporaryArtArtist-in-ResidenceattheHirshhornMuseumandSculptureGardenArtist-in-ResidenceattheTamarindInstitutetheTra-wickAwardPollock-KrasnerFoundationGrantExcellenceinDrawingAwardromTheCooperUnionArtist-in-ResidenceattheBronxCouncilontheArtsandtheAlexKatzScholar-shiptoSkowhegan.MeyerscurrentlylivesandworksinWash-ingtonDC.AbouttheArtistsWorkIamtotallyenamoredbythesimplicityoftheline.Weareallfamiliarwiththeline.Wealluseit.Weallwrite.Itsbuiltintous.-LinnMeyersTimeiscentraltotheworkoWashingtonDC-basedart-istLinnMeyerswhosepracticecentersupontheintimacyanddirectnessodrawing.Eachdenseandintricateinklinedraw-ingistheresultoanearlymeditativeprocessbywhichMeyerslaysdownconsecutivelinesintolargelyorganicormscreatingrhythmicrepetitivepatterns.Thisprocessrequiresagreatdealoendurance.Eachlinebecomestherecordoaphysicalmove-mentandtheinevitableinconsistenciesandimperectionsothebodyasitmovesthroughtimeandspacebecomeintegraltothefnalcomposition.Meyersslayeringovividcolorscreatesashimmeringqualitysuggestiveolightandmovementacrossthesuraceothework.WorkinginarangeoscalesMeyershasinrecentyearsmovedromthepagetocreatingsite-specifcwalldrawings.Ambitiousinscaleandlaborthesedrawingscantakeseveralweekstocompletetheirshapesrespondingtothearchi-tectureothespaceandthesurroundingelements.LinnMeyersUntitled2011.InkonMylar30.5x42.Imagecourtesyotheartist.Inthisworkshopstudentswillexploretheprocessoartisticcollaboration.Drawingwillbetheprimarymediumalthoughothertechniqueswillalsobeavailable.Studentswillworktogethertocreateartworksthatollowintheoot-stepsotheSurrealistsbyusingvariousiterationsoSurrealistparlorgames.Participantswillplaywithideasoiden-tityandownership.Theclassprojectswillencouragestudentstorelinquishcontrolovertheirimagesapracticethattheycanthenusetoletgoothepreciousnessandpre-conceivedideasthatmostartistsstrugglewiththeirpro-cess.Theworkshopwillleadtogreaterexperimentationwithineachstudentspersonalstudiopractice. 19KooSchadlerExhibitionJanuary242015-April52015PublicPresentationMarch262015at7p.m.WorkshopTheStillLifeinEggTemperatakesplace9a.m.to4p.m.March27-292015.AbouttheArtistKooSchadlerearnedaBacheloroArtsdegreeromTutsUniversityBostonMAin1984.AtergraduatingshetraveledextensivelythroughoutEu-ropesettlinginFlorenceItalytopursueherstud-iesinarthistoryandpainting.Schadlerreturnedtothestatesin1986andmovedtoCaliornia.Thereshewasintroducedtoeggtemperaoneotheold-estpaintingtechniquesbyChesterArnoldattheCollegeoMarin.Shemovedeastinthe1990stoasmalltowninsouthernNewHampshire.WithadeepeningcommitmenttothetechniquesotheOldMastersSchadlerstudiedoilpaintingwithhusbandandwieduoNumaelandShirleyPuli-do-renownedortheirunderstandingoclassicalpaintingprinciples-whilemasteringeggtemperaonherown.Sheestablishedastudioandnowpur-suesull-timethestudyandcreationoeggtemperapaintingsandsilverpointdrawings.SchadlerisaMasterPainteroTheCopleySo-cietyoBostonacontributingeditoratTheArtistsMagazineandaboardmemberotheInternationalSocietyoTemperaPainters.Schadlerwritesandlecturesoneggtemperaandteachestemperaandgesso-makingworkshopsaroundtheUSandabroad.Schadlerspaintingsanddrawingsareinmorethan400privateandcorporatecollectionsandmanymuseumsnation-wide.HerworkisrepresentedbytheArdenGalleryinBostonMAandTreesPlaceinOrleansMA.AbouttheArtistsWorkKooSchadleravorsthepre-Renaissancemediumoeggyolkspowderedpigmentandwatertocreateastoundinglydetailedin-tenselycoloredeggtemperapaintingsothenaturalworld.Em-ployedbyartistsromBotticellitoWyetheggtemperapaintisgenerallyappliedinscoresodilutedthinotentransparentlay-ersocolor.Astheimagebuildstheinteractionotheselayersocolorcreatestherichluminouslookandbrilliantsuraceuniquetotemperapaintings.SchadlersmasterullyexecutedworksdrawinspirationromthecompositionsandtraditionalsettingsoNorthernandItalianRenaissancepaintings.Howeverthecom-moncastobiblicalcharactersisreplacedbybirdsbugsrogsterrapinsrabbitsandothercreatures.LikeamedievalmanuscriptilluminatorSchadlerotenincorporatesletteringintoherworkjuxtaposedwiththeminutiaeonature.InherartiststatementSchadlerwritesIbecameapainterbecauseomyloveorcratsmanshipandmyloveorOldMasterpainting.Myloveorthenaturalworldgivesmemysubjectmat-ter.TheseinspirationsareundamentalandsucienttoexplainalltheartworkIproduce.Myartworkgivesmetheopportunitytoquietlyobservenature.Animalsparticularlythequietandinconspicuousvarietiesareamongmyavoritesubjects.Theyarevisuallyinterestingandbeautiullypatternedmysteriousandunknowableoinnitevaluetohumansandtheworldatlarge.Ienjoyplacingthematcenterstage.Tomethereisnothingaswell-designedasthealphabetasgeometricallypureasaseashellasvisuallygraceulasafowerorasdecorativeasaspottedbunny.KooSchadlerProfleoBoy--Ethan.EggTemperaontruegessopanelnishedwithoil10x6581512x1218x178ramed.Imagecourtesyotheartist.WalterGropiusMasterArtistSeriesPresentsInthisworkshopyoulearnhowtocreatealumi-nouseggtemperapaintingromstarttonish.Koodiscussesindepththeimportanceotheset-uptakingintoconsiderationlightvaluescolorwarmandcoolshapestexturesandedges.Therewillbepaintingdemonstrationsaswellasongoingin-dividualinstructionandcritiques.Kooprovidesaselectionostilllieimagesorstudentstochooseromtheimagesarespecicallydesignedtoteachstudentsarangeothemostessentialtechniquesoeggtemperapainting. 20CamdenParkPresentsArtonaLimbThePaletteTreeeaturespaletteswithartworkbylocalandregionalartists.ArtonaLimb--HMAsHolidayExhibitEnjoytouringthroughthegalleriestoviewthemanydierentholidaytreesondisplay.Dierentartistsandartgroupshavecontributedtheiroriginalartworktodecoratethetreesshowcasingtheextraordinarycreativityinourarea.ThePaletteTreeisdecoratedwithhand-paintedpalettesbymorethan30dierentartists.TheBeadTreeisadornedwithexquisitehandmadeornamentsromtheWestVirginiaBeadSociety.AreaFolkArtistsaddsplashesocolortotheirtreewithhandmadeandhand-paintedobjects.TheTri-AreaNeedleArtsgroupdisplaysdetailedhand-stitchedobjectsontheirtree.Andthewoodturnersandwoodworkersshowamazingskillsintheirhand-cratedartwork.CamdenParkPresentsHolidayOpenHouseatHMAPleasejoinusorHolidayOpenHouseattheHuntingtonMuseumoArtrom1to430p.m.SundayDecember72014.Admissionisreebutpleasebringnon-perishableoodortheFacingHungerFoodbankandwarmclothesortheCridlinFoodClothingPantry.HolidayOpenHousewilleaturesingingperormancesbylocalgroupsavisitromSantaClauschildrensartactivitiesandrereshments.November1420146p.m.Admissionisree.Areceptionollows.MarkyourcalendarsorthisexcitingtalkortheopeningotwoexhibitsWIDEANGLEPhotographsfromtheArtMuseumattheUniversityofKentuckyANSELADAMSMASTERWORKSfromtheTurtleBayExplorationParkReddingCalifornia.ThistravelingexhibitionisorganizedbyTheTurtleBayExplorationParkReddingCaliorniainassociationwithLandauTravelingExhibitionsLosAngelesCaliornia.PhotographsbyAnselAdamsusedbypermissionotheTrusteesotheAnselAdamsPublishingRightsTrust.AllRightsReserved.GuestlecturerJanieWelkerwillpresentACura-torsTaleGeniusesMastersandTrailblazers.JanieWelkeriscuratorocollectionsandexhibitionsattheArtMuseumattheUniver-sityoKentuckyandhasabackgroundinbothjournalismandarthistory.Anewspaperreporterandeditoror12yearsshecreatedtheartsbeatatTheExpress-TimesinEastonPennsylvaniatravelingtoNewYorktowriteaboutexhibitionsattheMetropolitanMu-seumoArtandtheMuseumoModernArtaswellascoveringtheregionalartscene.Shebecamethepapersartsandentertain-menteditorbeoreattendinggraduateschoolattheStateUni-versityoNewYorkatStonyBrookwheresheearnedamastersdegreeincontemporaryandmodernarthistoryandtheory.BeorecomingtotheUniversityoKentuckyin2005sheworkedasacollectionsassistantattheInternationalCenteroPhotographyinNewYorkandthenattheHeckscherMuseumoArtinHuntingtonLongIsland.AttheHeckscherwhereshespenteightyearssheroseromassistantcuratorexhibitionsco-ordinatortocuratorocollections.Amongherpassionsaremod-ernismandphotographywhichbroughthertoUKwherethereisawonderulcollectiono1330photographswhichshehashadthepleasureohelpingtoshapeandbuild.WalterGropiusMastersWorkshopsTheWalterGropiusMasterArtistSeriesisfundedthroughthegenerosityoftheEstateofRoxannaY.Boothwhowishedtoas-sistinthedevelopmentofanarteducationprograminaccordancewiththeproposalsofWalterGropiuswhodesignedtheMuseumsGropiusAdditionaswellastheGropiusStudios.TheMuseumisindebtedtoRoxannaY.BoothssonAlexBoothforhispartici-pationintheconceptdevelopmentoftheGropiusMasterArtistsWorkshops.WorkshopfeesWorkshopeeperpersonperworkshopis325ornon-members275orMuseumMembers250orteachers200orstudents.Meet-and-greetfrst-daybreakastanddailylunchin-cludedintheworkshopee.Thenumberoworkshopparticipantsislimited.HowtoenrollRegistrationmustbereceivedatleast3daysinad-vanceotheclassstartingdate.AllchecksshouldbemadetotheHuntingtonMuseumoArt.Mostmajorcreditcardsareacceptedbyaxphonemailorinpersonorregisteronline.SendpaymenttoHuntingtonMuseumoArtEducationClasses2033McCoyRoadHuntingtonWV25701.Formoreinormationvisitwww.hmoa.orgorcall304529-2701.HMAisullyaccessible.TheLawrenceB.andShirleyGangMemorialLectureJanieWelker 21DorisAndrewsthirdromletwasvotedHMA2014VolunteerotheYear.DorisisposingwithHMAMu-seumShopManagerAshleySaundersandvolunteersNancyEcholsNancyHanshawNancyHoeyandCarolTaylor.HMAVolunteersJimandFrancesCaseposeoraphotoduringthean-nualVolunteerLuncheon.HMAVolunteerDianeMusoncenterposesoraphotoduringtheannualVolunteerLuncheon.SimplystatedtheHuntingtonMuseumoArtcouldnotpro-videalltheprogrammingitoerswithoutthehelpandsup-portoitsvolunteers.ThesecaringtalentedindividualsworkineverydepartmentotheMuseumsupportingtheeortsostamembersandmakingitpossibleorHMAtomeetthecontinuedgrowingdemandoritsservicesbytheTri-Statecommunity.Herearesomeothewaysourvolunteersskillsareputtouse3AdministrativevolunteersincludetheBoardoTrust-eeswhosetpolicyorHMA.BoardmembersalsoattendasmanyHMAeventsaspossibleandhelptospreadthewordintheirbusinesscommunitiesaboutwhatishap-peninghereattheMuseum.Boardmemberslogged898volunteerhoursinFY2013.3ConservatoryvolunteerswaterandrepotplantsandeedthewildlieintheConservatory.Theyputin118hourslastyear.3Curatorialvolunteershelppreparegallerywallsandpedestalsorexhibitionsandassistwithinventoryingworksandpreparingconditionreports.Theyprovided268hoursinFY2013.3DevelopmentvolunteersworkonmajorundraisingeventsliketheannualBallandHilltopFestivalaswellasworkingyearroundontheOpenDoorMembershipCampaignCommittee.Wecouldnotmeetourundrais-inggoalswithoutthemandthe1221hourstheyvolun-teeredlastyear3Educationvolunteersareourbeloveddocentswhoat-tendweeklytrainingorninemonthseachyearandworkwithchildrenadultsandspecialinterestgroupstopres-entandinterpretHMAscollectionsandtravelingexhi-bitions.OthervolunteersincludeM.U.ServiceLearningstudentswhoassistwithtoursandtourmaterialsprepa-ration.InFY20132513volunteerhourswereloggedintheEducationDepartment.3Facilitiesvolunteersworkonmaintainingthetrailslandscapingandpaintingprojects.Theydonated48vol-unteerhourslastyear.3FinancevolunteersserveontheFinanceandInvest-mentcommitteesotheBoardoTrustees-theygave50volunteerhoursinFY2013.3LibraryvolunteerssupportHMAscollectionsre-searchcataloglibrarymaterialsandupdatetheHMAscrapbook.Theyspent161hoursonthislastyear.3PublicRelationsvolunteersmanagenewspaperarti-clesorHMAflesassistwithmailingsanddistributemagazinesandotherpromotionalmaterialsaroundtown.Lastyear213volunteerhourswererecorded.3Shopvolunteersdoeverythingrompricinganddis-playingnewmerchandisetoassistingwithinventorytogreetingandservingcustomersandeverythinginbe-tweenTheygave1195hoursotheirtimetoHMAinFY2013.InadditiontoourregularsHMAisortunatetohavegreatcommunitypartnershipswithAlconandAmazon.ForthepastewyearsbothothesebusinesseshavesentlargecrewstoHMAoradayovolunteering-weappreciatethehourstheyputinallMuseumdepartmentsWecountonallourvolunteersinsomanyways-notonlyorthespecifctaskstheyaccomplishbutalsotoactasambas-sadorsorHMAinthecommunity.AndallotheirworkontheMuseumsbehaladdsupinFY2013theseolkscontrib-uted6685volunteerhourstoHMAwithadollarvalueo....132096Butweknowtheirtruevalue-touseachothesetreasuredsupportersisPRICELESSVolunteersAtHMA-MakingADifference 22MembersProfleJoanWeisbergandSimonWeisbergHMABoardoTrusteesMemberJoanWeisbergposesoraphotowithgrandsonSimonWeisberginHMAsSteelmanButterfyGardenseatedonamemorialbenchnamedinhonoroArtWeisberg.HereshowtwogenerationsothesameamilyhavecometoviewHMAbothJoanWeisbergwhohaslivedinHuntingtonor60yearsandhergrandsonSimonWeisbergwhohasgrownupinLosAngelesCaliorniahavestrongeelingsaboutthevalueothisgeminourcommunity.HowdidyoufrstbecomeawareointerestedinHMAJoanMyauntMabelPolanlivedonthesamestreetasormerMuseumDirectorRobertaEmerson.IbecamemoreinvolvedlateraterbeingaskedtoserveontheBoardoTrustees.SimonIrstbecameawareoHMAwhenIstartedvisitingmygrandparentsatage4orso.DuringthesummerIalsoattendedmanyothecampsheldhereattheMuseum.HowdoyouseeamuseumsroleinitscommunityJoanForchildrenitopenstheireyes.Anditsimportanttollthevoidinschoolartcurricula.Adulteducationisimportanttooandmuseumsshouldprovideeducationandopportunitiesorpeopletoenjoyartanddeveloptheirappreciationoit.SimonTheroleoamuseumatleastromakidsperspectiveistobothencourageanddevelopcreativityexposeustostuthatwedontseeinoureverydaylie.WhatimpacthasHMAhadonyoupersonallyJoanIlikethepeopleandIvelearnedalotromtheBoardNom-inatingCommitteeabouthowthingslikeBoardorganizationandinstitutionalstructureoperate.HMAreachesitsvolunteersonapersonallevelandthatisverymeaningul.SimonEverytimeIcometoHuntingtonIspendtimeatHMAeithertakingoneotheunsummerclasseslookingattheexhibitswithmygrandmotherwalkingthenaturetrailandenjoyingcooltoysandthingsromthegitstore.AsIgetolderIenjoydierentpartsotheMuseum.WhatimpactdoyouthinkHMAhasonHuntingtonandtheTri-StatecommunityJoanThereisabigimpactorourcommunitythrougheduca-tionculturalandeconomicbenets.Itmakesourcommunitymoreattractivetothosewhocomehere.OvertheyearsIveseenashitrombigcorporatedonorstosmallerindividualones.Thisiswonderulbecauseithasbroughtbynecessitymoreindi-vidualstoHMA-peoplewhoarepartothecommunitybecomepartoHMA.SimonIthinkhavingamuseumwiththequalityoHMAandalltheprogramsthatarebeingoeredreallymakesHuntingtonandtheTri-Stateareaamorecosmopolitanplace.IthinkthatIgotothemuseumheremorethanIdoinLosAngelesWhatdoyouwishotherpeopleknewaboutHMAJoanTheydontrealizetheydenjoywhattheyseeattheMuseum.Beinginvolvedwiththeartsexpandsyourmindmakingliericherinquality.Itsbettertoknowmoretoseemore.LieissoullSimonIwishthatpeoplewouldunderstandthattheMuseumhassomethingoreverybodyandthateveniyoudontknowanythingaboutartthereiscoolstutosee.Forexamplemyyoungerbrotherreallylikestoseealltheguns.Ialwaysseein-terestingthingshere.Peopleneedtogiveitatry.Theclassesorkidsaregreat. 23HuntingtonSymphonyConcertsCall304781-8343orvisitwww.huntingtonsymphony.orgorupcomingconcertandticketinormation.HSOandHMAhavecollaboratedormanyyearstopromoteartsintheTri-StateRegion.EventsOhioRiverFestivalofBooksEventtakesplaceatHMAsGraceRardinDohertyAuditoriumonSaturdaySeptember20at7p.m.eaturingasilentflmstarringMaryPickordwithpianoaccompanimentbyEthanUslan.CristelSchmidtauthoroMaryPickordQueenotheMovieswillspeakaboutPickordscareer.Admissionisree.Seatingisavailableonafrst-comefrst-servedbasis.MuseumShopHolidayPreviewtakesplacerom10a.m.to9p.m.TuesdayNovember112014.Admissionisree.Rereshmentswillbeserved.BookLaunchorMr.FitzbyChristopherHattentakesplaceTuesdayNovember112014rom4to7p.m.hostedbytheMuseumShopduringtheHolidayPreview.Admissionisreeandrereshmentswillbeserved.BookswillbeavailableorpurchaseintheMuseumShop.BookLaunchorHuntingtonTheLeviHolleyStoneCollectionbyJohnWitekandDeborahNovakbeginsTuesdayNovember182014at530p.m.hostedbytheMuseumShop.AdmissionisreeandareceptionwilleatureHuntington-themedoods.BookswillbeavailableorpurchaseintheMuseumShop.HolidayOpenHousetakesplaceatHMASundayDecember72014rom1to430p.m.eaturingmusicalperormancesbylocalgroupsavisitromSantaClausrereshmentsandchildrensartactivities.AdmissionisreebutvisitorsareencouragedtobringnonperishableooditemsorFacingHungerFoodbankandwarmclothesorCridlinFoodClothingPantry.HIMGPresentsThe2015MuseumBallwhichwillbeginat6p.m.SaturdayFebruary212015andcontinueuntilmidnight.ForcorporatetableinormationortoorderindividualticketscallHMADevelopmentOfcerTessMooreat304529-2701.JoinUsonFacebookIyouwouldliketoreadpostsabouttheHuntingtonMuseumoArtandTheMuseumShoponFacebookweinviteyoutojointhemorethan5000peoplewholikeHMAsFacebookpage.SendusyournameandemailaddresstosignuporourreeelectronicnewslettersandupdatesaboutHMAandTheMuseumShop.ProgramsWalterGropiusMasterArtistSeriesLinnMeyersPresentation7p.m.September112014ExhibitcontinuesthroughOctober122014.AlbertPfarrPresentation7p.m.September252014Ex-hibitcontinuesthroughOctober192014.KooSchadlerPresentation7p.m.March262015ExhibitrunsJanuary24-April52015.calendarExhibitsHIMGPresentsTheDaywoodCollectioncontinuesthroughNovember22014.HuntingtonCalligraphersGuildCelebrating30YearscontinuesthroughOctober122014.Tri-StateArtsAssociationexhibitcontinuesthroughOctober52014.CuratorsChoiceVernonHowellrunsOctober182014throughJanuary112015.Theopeningreceptionorthisexhibittakesplacerom530to730p.m.October172014.Admissionisree.InnerandOuterVisionThePaintingsofDr.StephanieSkolikrunsNovember12014throughJanuary252015.OpeningreceptiontakesplaceNovember22014rom2to5p.m.Admis-sionisree.ANSELADAMSMASTERWORKSFromtheCollectionoftheTurtleBayExplorationParkReddingCAexhibitrunsNovember82014throughFebruary12015.OpeningreceptiontakesplaceNovember142014rom6to8p.m.Admissionisree.ThisexhibitwillalsobehighlightedduringtheNovember20144thTuesdayTourat7p.m.November252014.Rereshmentswillbeserved.HIMGPresentsWIDEANGLEAmericanPhotographsfromtheArtMuseumattheUniversityofKentuckyrunsNovember152014throughFebruary82015.OpeningreceptiontakesplaceNovember142014rom6to8p.m.Admissionisree.ThisexhibitwillalsobehighlightedduringtheNovember20144thTuesdayTourat7p.m.November252014.Rereshmentswillbeserved.MaryH.HodgesInMemoryofJ.ChurchillHodgesPresentsCOL-LECTIONWISDOMEmeritusHonoraryTrusteesSelectexhibitrunsOctober252014throughFebruary152015.ThisexhibitwillbeeaturedduringtheJanuary20154thTuesdayTourat7p.m.Janu-ary272015.Admissionisree.Rereshmentswillbeserved.ArtonaLimbexhibitoholidayornamentsmadebylocalandre-gionalartistsrunsNovember252014throughJanuary42015.ThisexhibitwillbehighlightedduringtheDecember20144thTuesdayTourat7p.m.December232014.Admissionisree.Rereshmentswillbeserved. 24 FundedbytheRoxannaBoothBequesttheWestVirginiaCommissionontheArtsandtheNationalEndowmentortheArtsaederalagency.WestVirginiaResidentsmayobtainasummaryotheregistrationandfnancialdocumentsromtheSecretaryoStateStateCapitolCharlestonWV25305.Registrationdoesnotimplyendorsement.AccreditedbytheAmericanAllianceoMuseums.HMAisfullyaccessible.HUNTINGTONMUSEUMOFART2033McCoyRoadHuntingtonWV25701-4999NONPROFITU.S.POSTAGEPAIDHuntingtonWVPermitNo.24TeMuseumShopwww.hmoa.org304529-2701generalINFORMATIONWebsitewww.hmoa.org304529-2701FAX304529-7447MUSEUMHOURSEveningHoursonTuesday10a.m.-9p.m.Wednesday-Saturday10a.m.-5p.m.SundayNoon-5p.m.ClosedMonday.HMAchargesageneraladmission.HMAmemberswillbeadmittedfreeandBauhausSchoolmembersmaybringguestsfreeofcharge.Schoolanddaycaretoursremainfreeofcharge.AdmissionisfreeeachTuesday.Admissionisalsofreetochildrenyoungerthan18activedutymilitarypersonnelandtheirimmediatefamiliesandveteransandtheirimmediatefamilies.USETHISQRCODETOSEEALISTOFUPCOMINGEVENTSATHMA.HolidayPreview10a.m.to9p.m.November11