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Virtual Experience

Introduction to Virtual Programing

Membership offers you pre-recorded, live presentations by Jane Blair to view as many times as you like.

These videos are actual, spontaneous ArtMatters performances, presented to live audiences, only edited for time. The recordings were all created pre-pandemic, and intended for internal training purposes, so please forgive the less than perfect filming. Enjoy them for their unpredictable, one might say "charming" quality.

You also have an option of a live, interactive, zoom presentation.

This Month's Presentations:

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Primary Video - SEPTEMBER

Northern Renaissance

         The Northern Renaissance includes some of the greatest artists and the boldest innovations, not the least of which is the invention of oil painting itself. Join us to view some Old Masters artwork from Flanders, Holland, Germany, England, & France.

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Bonus Video - SEPTEMBER

Rembrandt & Vermeer

         Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn and Johannes Vermeer, two of the greatest painters the world has known. Two brilliant artists, opposite in their artistic styles, but both of whose lives were noted for their tragic struggles and financial failures.  Enjoy the drama of Rembrandt and the unique quiet of Vermeer. Take an ArtMatters hour, and connect to the masters. 

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Rembrandt & Vermeer

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Next Month's Presentations:

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Primary Video - OCTOBER

Winslow Homer

          He got his start by illustrating scenes from the Civil War for Harper’s Magazine. He documented post war, rural Americana and later dramatically explored man’s relationship to nature. He was one of the greatest watercolor painters and was profoundly influential. Join us for an up-close look at the work of one of America’s most beloved painters.

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Bonus Video - OCTOBER

Marc Chagall

    Known as the “Poet”, he was one of the most versatile artists of the 20th Century.  He merged the traditional images of his native Russian, Jewish culture with the modern styles of Cubism, and Fauvism. His paintings portray stories and fables, ideals of freedom, dreams of love, nightmares of war, passionate emotions and soul refreshing humor. He never finished a canvas until something in it “surprised” himself.  Join us for a retrospective look at his work, his life, and his unique perspective of the world.

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