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  • Members-only | Special Viewing Hours for Blistering Vision: Charles E. Burchfield’s Sublime American Landscapes Exhibition

    Tuesday, February 2, 2021
    5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Add to Calendar 02/02/2021 5:00 PM 02/02/2021 7:00 PM America/New_York Members-only | Special Viewing Hours for Blistering Vision: Charles E. Burchfield’s Sublime American Landscapes Exhibition

    Charles E. Burchfield, Grain Elevators, 1931-38.

    Free | Space is limited, registration required

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    To-go treats will be available for members to take home after viewing the exhibition.

    Rockwell Museum Members are invited to take advantage of special visitation hours to view the newest spotlight exhibition, Blistering Vision: Charles E. Burchfield’s Sublime American Landscapes. Rockwell Museum Executive Director, Brian Lee Whisenhunt, will be on-site to greet members and answer questions about the exhibition.

    Charles E. Burchfield (1893–1967) reverently captured the awe-filled grandeur of nature, along with the fierce, deceptive beauty of the industries that threatened it. See this series of oil paintings, capturing the tension between progress and preservation, paired with their field studies and sketches. This exhibition was organized by the Burchfield Penney Art Center in Buffalo, NY.

    The Rockwell Museum, 111 Cedar Street, Corning, NY 14830

    Charles E. Burchfield, Grain Elevators, 1931-38.

    Free | Space is limited, registration required

    Register

    To-go treats will be available for members to take home after viewing the exhibition.

    Rockwell Museum Members are invited to take advantage of special visitation hours to view the newest spotlight exhibition, Blistering Vision: Charles E. Burchfield’s Sublime American Landscapes. Rockwell Museum Executive Director, Brian Lee Whisenhunt, will be on-site to greet members and answer questions about the exhibition.

    Charles E. Burchfield (1893–1967) reverently captured the awe-filled grandeur of nature, along with the fierce, deceptive beauty of the industries that threatened it. See this series of oil paintings, capturing the tension between progress and preservation, paired with their field studies and sketches. This exhibition was organized by the Burchfield Penney Art Center in Buffalo, NY.