Our Shared Heritage: Alabama Artists from the Collection

Our Shared Heritage: Alabama Artists from the Collection
Chan Gallery
Part I: January 27 – March 24, 2019 | Part II: April 7 – June 9, 2019

As part of the statewide celebration of Alabama’s bicentennial, Our Shared Heritage will present important works by Alabama artists from the Museum’s permanent collection. The works will span
the early 19th through early 21 centuries, and include early Alabama portraits by William Frye, Nicola Marschall, William Halsey, and Adrian Thompson; mid-20th century paintings, photographs
and works on paper by Anne Wilson Goldthwaite, William Christenberry, Kathryn Tucker Windham, and Richard Zoellner; and contemporary works of art by Gary Chapman, Evan Wilson,
Helen Vaughn, David Parrish, and Clifton Pearson, among others. The exhibition will comprise two parts, one historical, and the other contemporary. A fully illustrated catalogue will accompany the
exhibition to provide a permanent record. Organized by HMA.