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April Gornik, American, born 1953, Tidewater, 1996, Charcoal on paper, 49 x 38 inches, Parrish Art Museum, Museum Purchase, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Corning Clark Fund, 1996.3


Talk | International Women’s Day: Women Artists in Beyond the Horizon

Conversation with artists and Assistant Curator Brianna L. Hernández

March 8, 6 pm

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$10 Members | $20 Adults | $18 Seniors | $15 Member’s Guest | Free for Students & Children

As the Parrish celebrates International Women’s Day, join us for a conversation with artists Renate Aller, April Gornik, and Susan Vecsey, each on view in Beyond the Horizon: Interpretations of the Landscape from Women in the Permanent Collection, moderated by Assistant Curator Brianna L. Hernández. The exhibition includes mural-sized representational oil paintings, expressionistic watercolors and pastel drawings, and intimate mixed-media abstractions, from the unique visual language of women artists from the Parrish’s permanent collection. In a conversation centered around the exhibition, visual styles experiences of the landscape, the program celebrates and recognizes the accomplishments of women artists within the Parrish collection and across the East End.

Friday Nights are made possible, in part by The Corcoran Group.

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Date:
March 8
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6:00 pm
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Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway
Water Mill, NY 11976 United States
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Talk | International Women’s Day: Women Artists in Beyond the Horizon

Conversation with artists and Assistant Curator Brianna L. Hernández

March 8, 6 pm

REGISTER

$10 Members | $20 Adults | $18 Seniors | $15 Member’s Guest | Free for Students & Children

As the Parrish celebrates International Women’s Day, join us for a conversation with artists Renate Aller, April Gornik, and Susan Vecsey, each on view in Beyond the Horizon: Interpretations of the Landscape from Women in the Permanent Collection, moderated by Assistant Curator Brianna L. Hernández. The exhibition includes mural-sized representational oil paintings, expressionistic watercolors and pastel drawings, and intimate mixed-media abstractions, from the unique visual language of women artists from the Parrish’s permanent collection. In a conversation centered around the exhibition, visual styles experiences of the landscape, the program celebrates and recognizes the accomplishments of women artists within the Parrish collection and across the East End.

Friday Nights are made possible, in part by The Corcoran Group.