Some Assembly Required
February 25, 2020
 
 
Online & In-Person

OPENS JUNE 15, 2020

Reception: July 10, 2020 (Dates subject to change)
 
 

In a time when the whole world was asked to stop, it became clear that art and loveliness are especially necessary. This is why a select group of masterful artists have been working to create a special collection of paintings.  This artwork, created in the spirit of vibrancy, vitality, and hope, is our gift to you. 

This subject matter of flowers will uplift your spirits – connecting you with the healing element of nature and the inspiring aspect of beauty.

Don't miss the unveiling of this collection on June 15th.

“In challenging times, there are few things that comfort us like beauty. And there are few things in all of Creation as beautiful as flowers. This exhibition by some of the finest interpreters of nature is not to be missed.” says Tim Newton, Guest Curator and former Chairman of the Board and CEO of the legendary Salmagundi Club in Manhattan, New York. 

 
 

Kathy Anderson • Redding, CT

Stephanie Birdsall • Redding, CT

Scott Conary • Portland, OR

John Felsing • Mason, MI

Quang Ho • Hellam, PA

Eric Jacobsen • Prineville, OR

Daniel Keys • Fresno, CA

Shanna Kunz • Ogden, UT

Sherrie McGraw Taos, NM

Paul Rhymer • Point of Rocks, MD

Kathleen Speranza • Lynn, MA

Adrienne Stein • Hellam, PA

Kathryn Mapes Turner • Jackson, WY

 

Guest Curator

Tim Newton, former Chairman of the Board and CEO of the legendary Salmagundi Club in Manhattan, New York

 
 

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Top image: Chinese Vase with Roses | 12 x 16 | oil | Sherrie McGraw

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News and Press

June 3, 2020

TURNER FINE ART PLANS BLOOMING EXHIBITION
JH NEWS & GUIDE

As the snow recedes off south-facing buttes and low-lying flats, Indian potatoes and sagebrush buttercups are starting to bloom. While the human residents of Jackson Hole are isolated and distressed, the ecological processes of spring are proceeding as normal, unaware of our plight. It is this sentiment that, in part, gave rise to Turner Fine Art’s coming exhibition, “While We Were Still … Flowers Bloomed.”
April 21, 2020

FINE ART TODAY
FINE ART CONNOISSEUR

Because flowers are a universal experience of beauty and delight, the goal of this exhibition is to uplift the spirits through these intimate visual meditations of florals crafted at the highest level by the country’s greatest artists.