all images © Florence Neal
FIRE AND WATER
Jule Collins Smith Museum
June 1–September 8, 2019
Artist in Residence: September 3 - 6
Visit the show and the artist who will be working on site from 12 - 4pm daily.
|“Fire and Water” features a selection of recent acquisitions by the museum of Neal’s striking works, which reflect the interplay of elemental materials with man-made and natural phenomena. Among her wide-ranging subjects is a series of prints depicting fireworks displays from around the world.
Left to right: Duck Blind After the Tornado / Chattahoochee River / The Fireworks Series: Borba on the Niagara River
Left to right: The Conversation at Mt. Fuji / Riddled Ripples / Riddled Ripples-Gihon River
The Fireworks Series: Chinese New Year / July 4th on the East River / July 4th through the LaGuardia Houses / Liberty Fireworks / Brooklyn Bridge 100 years
Brooklyn Bridge 100 Years, 1983, linolem block print, 7" x 7", Edition: 7/20
JULE COLLINS SMITH MUSEUM
901 South College Street, Auburn AL
Tuesday–Wednesday: 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday–Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sunday: 1–4:00 p.m.
|A print / scarf collaboration with Jule Collins Smith Museum. The Chattahoochee River print (96" x 18", Edition: 1/20) is in the collection of JCSM.
The Chattahoochee River scarf, created especially for the museum shop, is made of 100" cupro fabric, a fine natural material woven from the inner fibers of cotton seeds. Scarf sales ($45) support the museum initiatives and a percentage goes to the artist.
LINK TO PURCHASE
Click link for more info - Florence Neal: Prints