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These 5 Museums Put the “Culture” in “Agriculture”

August 16, 2016

Posted in Modern Farmer American artists have long been drawn to agrarian subjects in their work, from Winslow Homer in the 19th century to the 1930s Regionalism movement, which included painters like John Steuart Curry and Grant Wood, the creator of the often imitated American Gothic. This fall, museums around the country will celebrate when art meets ag, whether through […]

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Bone Creek Museum draws artist’s praise

June 03, 2016

Posted by the Columbus Telegram Utah based artist Simon Winegar was impressed by his first visit to the Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art on May 28. Finding a museum dedicated to agrarian art in an area that is still centered on agriculture was a pleasant surprise, he said. Art lovers should not be misled […]

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Plein Aire Workshop

April 28, 2016

August 1-3, 2016 Bone Creek is sponsoring a 3-day plein aire workshop hosted by painter and visiting artist Simon Winegar from Utah. Winegar is one of the featured artists in “Landmark Barns” exhibition, May 4 -Sept. 4. Winegar will lead instruction in oil painting in and around the Bohemian Alps of Butler County.  more…

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Friday Live Podcast

January 30, 2016

On January 29, artist Hal Holoun and curator Amanda Mobley Guenther were special guests on NET’s Friday Live Arts Magazine. Listen here.

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