June 4 - August 20, 2022
From The Old Jail Art Center:
“Selections from the Permanent Collection
Artists, especially painters, utilize their knowledge of color to portray mood, light, depth, and point of view in a work of art. However, human response to color is unique to each individual and is deeply rooted in personal and cultural experiences.
This summer the OJAC will exhibit selections from the museum’s permanent collection that evoke a celebration of sorts through vibrant color, intense energy, and enlarged scale. Whether it be the expectancy of birth as in Matt Kleberg’s 37th Hour or the intimacy of Samuel Taylor’s A Letter to My Father, the selected works exude life in saturated levels of color.
Technicolor Summer is generously supported by Jon Rex Jones with additional funding from John & Ginger Dudley, Tammy & Michael Glover, Susan & Jeff Jones, Sally & Robert Porter, and Betsy Senter.”
On View: June 4, 2022 | 1–5 pm
201 S. Second
Albany, 76430 TX