A Fanciful World: Jessie Arms Botke
Bold, decorative studies of exotic birds and flowers are the subject of Jessie Arms Botke’s most notable paintings. After settling in California, Botke reached her stylistic peak in the 1930s with eye-dazzling artworks adorned with gold and silver leaf, inspired by Japanese design and European landscape aesthetics. Despite her prolific output and successful career, few exhibitions have focused solely on Botke’s work. This exhibition examines work from different periods of Botke’s career and travels including a magnificent 29-foot-long mural that once adorned the Oaks Hotel in Ojai, California.
Lit to Life at LAM: Carmela Full of Wishes
Bring literature to life during a participatory story time that will have you making and moving!
Artist Walk-through with Gerard Basil Stripling
Join Gerard Basil Stripling for an artist-lead walk-through of his new exhibition Work and Soul: 2 Decades of Practice.
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