Romantic Spirits: Nineteenth Century Paintings of the South from the Johnson Collection
August 8 – November 2, 2015
Featuring thirty-eight Southern masterworks, Romantic Spirits will be on view at the museum from August 8 to November 2, 2015, and is generously loaned by The Johnson Collection, Spartanburg, SC. The Johnson Collection’s debut publication, Romantic Spirits, examines the core concepts of the romantic movement as it unfolded in fine art of the American South and, in particular, as borne out in these works in the collection’s holdings of seminal nineteenth century paintings.
Photo credit: William Charles Anthony Frerichs (1829-1905). Falls of Tamahaka, Cherokee County, North Carolina, after 1855. Oil on canvas. Courtesy of The Johnson Collection, Spartanburg, SC.
The Sculptor’s Voice
August 15 – November 14, 2015
Guest curated by local artist Bill Brown, Jr., BRAHM is proud to present its first sculpture retrospective, The Sculptors Voice. Visitors to the exhibit will experience different approaches to sculpture as a medium, explored and interpreted by artists across the southeast. Exhibiting artist include John Acorn, Rick Beck, Tinka Jordy, Hanna Jubran, and Corrina Sephora Mensoff.
Photo credit: Corrina Sephora Mensoff. The Walking Boat, 2003. Forged, fabricated, and painted copper. Courtesy of the artist.