“A Century in Art” is the first retrospective dedicated to the work of Theresa Bernstein (1890–2002), an artist who achieved celebrity for “painting like a man” in the 1910s and went on to produce vibrant, expressive canvases for eight more decades.
This fall, Woodmere will present “Schofield: International Impressionist”, the most ambitious exhibition to date of work by renowned landscape painter Walter Elmer Schofield (1867–1944), and the first major critical reevaluation of the artist’s career. More than sixty paintings will be on view, lent from private and public collections including the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, among many others.
“Journey in Watercolor” will showcase the recent work of artist Deena Gu. Since her mother’s death in 2012, Gu has focused on large-scale landscape paintings in which recognizable elements of land, sea, and sky appear to merge into diaphanous, atmospheric tableaus. Inspired by music and poetry, these introspective and contemplative compositions integrate the fluidity of Chinese painting with contemporary influences.