Selections from the Permanent Collection
Opening Late Fall 2017

The Everhart is undertaking a major redesign of its permanent collection galleries. This re-hang represents the most extensive and comprehensive reexamination of the Museum’s collection in over ten years. The new installation will feature long-time visitor favorites and recent acquisitions alongside rarely seen pieces.  The new installation will showcase a wide range of media and will be organized to highlight the continuum of making and the connection between artists and artworks despite cultural and time difference. Viewers will be invited to explore the collection in new ways through surprising groupings

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact Amy Everetts for details. 


Passage, mixed media on canvas, 2015

Linda Mitchell: Truth in Animals
October 6 – December 31, 2017

The Everhart invites viewer’s to enter a dream-like world of animals and mystery, created by artist Linda Mitchell, in the exhibit Truth In Animals. Ethereal in its oddness, Mitchell’s highly textured, brilliantly colored two-dimensional work is made with painted and photographic images, fabric, wood, glass and found objects. These works coalesce into intricate and surreal scenes, reflecting life’s emotional complexity, while her three-dimensional animal figures, made of fabric and Play-Doh, add a delightful whimsy to the viewer’s journey.

Throughout her work, Mitchell uses animal figures as surrogates for human beings and their emotional lives. Some of these figures speak directly to the child within and the vulnerable, delicate places hidden in everyone’s past. Others, particularly African animals, serve as emissaries from the ever-vanishing natural world.

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact Amy Everetts for details.