Victoria Adams | Light Horizons

Opens:January 07th, 2020
Reception: Thursday, Jan. 23rd 2020 - 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Closes: February 22th, 2020

Art from the Corcoran reestablishes its place in D.C. with exhibition at American University

American University graduate student Michael Quituisaca didn’t know what to expect when he began rooting through the paintings, prints and photographs newly arrived at the university museum’s storage facility, the first of 9,000 works given to American by the now-defunct Corcoran Gallery of Art. - By Peggy McGlone in the Washington Post

Kenneth Callahan, The Waiters, 1964. Oil on canvas, 50 15/16 x 33 3/8 in. Gift from the Trustees of the Corcoran Gallery of Art to the American University Museum, 2018.

After long journey, Cumming mural back on display

"William Cumming painted a mural in 1941 for Burlington High School’s new farm shop. The painting depicts dairy farming, berry picking, logging and building railroads — a celebration of agriculture and industry in Skagit County." - An article in the Skagit Valley Herald by Jacqueline Allison.