Water Rites: Rivers, Lakes & Streams in Texas Art

Water Rites: Rivers, Lakes and Streams in Texas Art  

In Water Rites: Rivers, Lakes, and Streams in Texas Art we consider how our Lone Star artists have viewed and treated (no pun intended) water as an artistic subject matter throughout the history of Texas painting. This is a rich exhibition, containing fifty great Texas paintings, all of which incorporate water as a significant compositional element. These works span a period from 1896 to 2009, and their images portray virtually every sector of our state. The thirty-eight artists included in this show are among the state’s most significant painters - both past and present. Water Rites represents a continuation of the gallery’s on-going efforts to map and define the distinctive characteristics of art made in Texas, and to trace the evolution of these significant themes and attributes in Texas art over time

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