In The Galleries
February 07, 2014 — April 13, 2014
Alan Shields (1944‒2005) is a significant figure in the history of twentieth-century painting. Raised on a farm in Herington, Kansas, Shields arrived on the New York art scene in 1968 like a white-hot, whirling bolt from the blue. His rise was meteoric. Within just over a year, his work was featured in important exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art, among others. A New York Times art critic described the experience…Learn more…
Salina Art Center programs, exhibitions and films are presented in part by Salina Art Center donors; the Horizons Grants Program of Salina Arts & Humanities, and by the City of Salina.
March 19, 2014 — March 23, 2014, Regular gallery hours