PERCEPTION >=< PERSPECTIVE

February 1–May 26

In Perception >=< Perspective there are not any discussions of the work, or the artist. The interpretation is left to the viewer. Works have been chosen based on our interpretations of how they may connect. However, you are the moderator of your feelings toward the works. It is your perception,  your perspective.

It is said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Art, like beauty, speaks on a personal level. A work of art one person connects to, or finds comfort in, is often lost to another person viewing the same work. Artists are also part of this equation. It is their vision that produced the work, but once it leaves the studio their original idea and interpretation are truly left up to the viewer.

Monument to a City by Steve Poleski
Union Altar by Thomas Brazier

FOLK ART: BY PEOPLE, FOR PEOPLE

December 21–Ongoing

Opening December 21 and on long-term view, the American Folk Art Gallery highlights selections from the Everhart’s expansive and diverse folk art collection, including paintings, etchings, calligraphy, sculptures, store signs, dolls, toys, and more.

This exhibition is made possible through the support of the Oppenheim Family Foundation.

Bootmaker’s Sign

The 1920s…The Migrants Cast Their Ballots
by Jacob Lawrence

EVERY FOUR YEARS: LOOKING BACK, LOOKING FORWARD

November 16–March 31

Every Four Years: Looking Back, Looking Forward delves into the Everhart’s collection of prints and paintings that present political connections to tie into the upcoming presidential primary season. Also including ephemera such as political pins, posters, and flyers from past primary and presidential campaigns, this exhibition highlights the famous, the infamous, and the forgotten, along with eventual winners and losers in the race for the White House. Artists include Will Barnett, Jacob Lawrence, Audrey Flack, Alex Katz, and more.

Storm over Manhattan by Louis Lozowick

WORKS ON PAPER

Ongoing

Works on Paper highlights selections from the rich collection of ink sketches, charcoal drawings, engravings, etches, photographs, and more in the Everhart’s holdings, which is comprised of hundreds of works.  

Sponsored by John A. Farkas in loving memory of Nancy S. Farkas and John Anthony Farkas, Jr.

CHANGING FREQUENCIES: WORKS BY JON CARSMAN

November 18, 2022–Winter 2023

Featuring selections from the Everhart’s collection, this show highlights Wilkes-Barre, PA native Jon Carsman’s (1944–1987) distinctive silkscreens as well as his acrylic, pen, and watercolor works. Much of his catalog includes pieces inspired by the natural landscape and architecture of Northeastern Pennsylvania, encapsulated in vivid work often described as “super realism” or “new realism.” Carsman became widely renowned, exhibiting alongside fellow silkscreen artist Andy Warhol and Abstract Expressionist Hans Hofmann.

August Morning by Jon Carsman

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