Amarillo Museum of Art featuring “Go Figure: Contemporary Painters and the Human Form”

The Amarillo Museum of Art will be featuring 6 new artists for the series “Go Figure: Contemporary Painters and the Human Form”.

Each of these artists’ unique interpretations of human form reflect back to the viewer an insight into the human condition.

The trompe l’oeil paintings by Vera Barnett and more classically painted works by Barnaby Fitzgerald border on the surreal, while the work of Miles Cleveland Goodwin and Sean Cairns tend toward the nonfictional, personal, and melancholy.

The intense, expressive color of Lindy Chambers compositions and the evocative linear forms in Otis Hubard’s paintings are more abstract and leave some interpretation up to the viewer.

The exhibit will be open from January 22nd to March 28th.

The Museum is located at 2200 South Van Buren on the Washington Street campus of Amarillo College and is open Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.

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