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Now on View

May 17 – September 1, 2014

Wright Gallery

“I am exploring marine algae as a contemporary art form. I collect specimens and organic matter from the intertidal zones along the coast...my work presents a new awareness for consideration and offers new insights into the mysteries and beauty of the marine world.”

Mary Chatowsky Jameson: Marine Botanicals

Mary Chatowsky Jameson: Marine Botanicals

May 17 – September 7, 2014

Studio Gallery

“The paintings included in ‘Magic Gold, Full Sun’ are an attempt to re-capture an elementary sensation about the light on landscape,” she says. “Sunrise connects us to an imagination and reality that is productive; it leaps over irony and dripping sentimentality in order to chart our way back into the world so that we might minister to it, and ourselves, a bit more mindfully.

Corrine Colarusso: Magic Gold, Full Sun

Corrine Colarusso: Magic Gold, Full Sun

"Very Simple Charm"

The Early Life and Work of Richard Morris Hunt in Newport, 1858-1878

May 31 – September 14, 2014

Cushing Galleries

In honor of the Griswold House Sesquicentennial, the Newport Art Museum presents "‘Very Simple Charm:’ The Early Life and Work of Richard Morris Hunt in Newport, 1858-1878.” This exhibition is the first of its kind to focus on Hunt’s early career. At the center of the exhibition are 14 original Griswold House drawings.

"Very Simple Charm"

The Early Life and Work of Richard Morris Hunt in Newport, 1858-1878

"Very Simple Charm"

The Early Life and Work of Richard Morris Hunt in Newport, 1858-1878