100 Years of Art
January 26 - April 15, 2012
Celebrating Columbus' Legacy

Promotional exhibition postcard featuring artwork of an urban landscape
Image credit: Robert Chadeayne, Down Town, 1966, Copal and toubon on canvas, 23 1/2" x 29 1/2, The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio

Curated by Melissa Wolfe from the Columbus Museum of Art, 100 Years of Art serves as a tribute to Columbus’ Bicentennial celebration. Covering a wide variety of media and artistic styles, the work in 100 Years of Art reveals the changing face of the capital city’s artistic community. The 53 artists represented in this exhibition were influenced by local and national artistic developments as they helped to establish the creative backdrop that still exists in Columbus today.

Featured artists include Carlton Atherton, Arthur Baggs, John Jay Barber, Raplh Bell, George Bellows, Paul Bogatay, Grandpa Smoky Brown, Emerson Burkhart, Theodore Butler, Milton Caniff, Robert Chadeayne, Mary Elizabeth Cook, Gilda Edwards, Ralph Fanning, Albert Fauley, Lucy Fauley, Erwin F. Frey, Marion T. Gatrell, Robert M. Gatrell, Edward Parker Hayden, Maurice Hague, William Hawkins, Edna Boies Hopkins, John Roy Hopkins, Billy Ireland, Roman Johnson, Murray Jones, Robert King, Ray Kinsman-Waters, Harriet Kirkpatrick, Edmund Kuehn, Lucius Kutchin, Roy Lichtenstein, William Parker Little, Edgar Littlefield, August Lundberg, Silas Martin, Walter O. Mayo, Mary Merrill, Elijah Pierce, Mark Russell, Alice Schille, Hoyt Sherman, Yeteve Smith, Carl Springer, Joseph Taylor, James Thurber, Stanley Twardowicz, David Walcutt, Byron Wengerm, and John Henry Witt.

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