Rafael Francisco Salas to present virtual artist’s talk Thursday
Professor of Art Rafael Francisco Salas will present a virtual artist’s talk Thursday in connection with an exhibit at the Museum of Wisconsin Art, St. Kate: The Arts Hotel, in Milwaukee.
He will show rarely-seen works from MOWA’s permanent collection and talk about the tradition of Wisconsin landscape painting and his new exhibition In Flowered Fields. A live question-and-answer sessions will follow.
“In Flowered Fields,“ is on view through May 2. Salas pairs his work with examples from the museum’s permanent collection to “create a dialogue that includes a milieu of Wisconsin artists present and past.” A review of the exhibition can be read here.
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