"The Real World" is an exhibition is a survey of important artists working in the realm of realism, from the 19th century Hudson River School to contemporary masters. This show will explore a range of subjects, allowing the viewer to compare and contrast the various methods and styles artists use to depict the reality of the world around them as truthfully as possible. From the human form to a clutter of objects, Realism brings the commonplace to the spotlight. Through careful curation, attendees will be able to view works that might have never appeared on the same wall together. While many themes have been repeated for generations, each artists brings new life and perspective to their subject.
The show will feature work by Andrew Wyeth, Norman Rockwell, William McGregor Paxton, William Keith, George Inness, Eric Fishcl, Robert Cottingham, Eric Forstmann, Paul Ching Bor, Chizuru Mori Kaplan, Norbert Waysberg, Robert Graham, and others.