William Dunlap is an artist, writer, arts advocate, and commentator with a career spanning more than four decades. He has exhibited internationally, and his work is included in numerous public and private collections. The American landscape is a central element in his work. Dunlap describes his work as Hypothetical Realism, as he states is, “The places and situations I paint aren’t real…but they could be.” Dunlap maintains studios in Coral Gables, Florida; McLean, Virginia; and Mathison, Mississippi.
On view until August 6, 2022
Come explore the elements of art at the Masur Museum’s NEW MasurKids Art Exploration Gallery! Through interactive sensory play, children will be able to experience the visual language artists use to create a work art, known as the seven elements of art: line, color, value, shape, form, space, and texture.
Open May 25, 2022.
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Masur museum of art
Located in the former home of the Masur family, the Masur Museum of Art is the largest collecting and exhibiting visual arts museum in Northeast Louisiana. We are dedicated to providing our community with a dynamic visual arts experience through exhibitions, public programming, and collections management.
our permanent collection
The Masur Museum of Art’s permanent collection numbers approximately 500 works of art and is largely comprised of masterpieces by regional artists, minor works by more broadly known artists, and, more recently, entire series or bodies of work commissioned from individual artists. As a whole, these categories provide context for one another as they relate to artistic and historic trends in the American South and beyond.
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