On Saturday, March 3, from 1-5 p.m., enjoy light hors-d'oeuvres and wine while admiring classic paintings by Robert Wood, A.D. Greer, W.A. Slaughter, & Dalhart Windberg. From the Texas Hill Country to the mountains of Colorado, these mid-century artists have mastered the American landscape.
A.D. Greer (1904-1998) knew how to handle light, color and composition with a luminous quality and realistic style and has remained one of the best landscape painters ever seen.
Robert Wood (1889-1979) was the most prolific painter of his time because of his national reputation of strong color and technical foundation.
Dalhart Windberg (born 1933) is a master of the romantic bluebonnet. His paintings have a universal appeal that evokes feelings of peace and a vision of natural harmony.
W.A. Slaughter (1923-2003) is best known for this glorious Texas landscapes blanketed in bluebonnets with magnificent Texas live oaks. He is considered a bluebonnet master.
On view March 3-April 6.