Desert Modern: Selections from the Palm Springs Art Museum

Palm Springs Art Museum
Lost Angel Flakes, Bill Schenck
Lost Angel Flakes, Bill Schenck
Old Couple on a Bench, Duane Hanson
Old Couple on a Bench, Duane Hanson
Intense Curiosity, Gross Neglect, Edward Rusche
Intense Curiosity, Gross Neglect, Edward Rusche
Montage Series #3, Don Namingha
Montage Series #3, Don Namingha
The Moon Through 13 Months, Christopher Brown
The Moon Through 13 Months, Christopher Brown
Rat Catcher of Hamelin IV, Mark Bradford
Rat Catcher of Hamelin IV, Mark Bradford
Sence-2, Victory Vasarely
Sence-2, Victory Vasarely

Alexander Girard, fabric designer and interior architect

Changing Dimensions, Claire Falkenstein
Changing Dimensions, Claire Falkenstein
Interlocking Forms, A, Black Linear #2, Karl Stanley Benjamin
Interlocking Forms, A, Black Linear #2, Karl Stanley Benjamin

Il Deserto Fiorito (The Flowering Desert), glassworks by Lino Tagliapietra

Untitled, Fletcher Benton
Untitled, Fletcher Benton
The Last Outpost, Llyn Foulkes
The Last Outpost, Llyn Foulkes
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7 Responses to Desert Modern: Selections from the Palm Springs Art Museum

  1. Donna Janke says:

    Great selections and I love the Chihuly piece in the top photo. I will definitely want to visit Palm Spring Museum should my travels take me to Palm Spring.

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  2. Bumba says:

    Thanks for the tour!

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  3. Lots of eye-catching art works. Fascinated by the moon since a child, I especially loved “The Moon Through 13 Months” by Christopher Brown.

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  4. Pam and I visited an exhibit of Seward Johnson sculptures last year, these came to mind viewing your photograph of the Hanson sculpture. Well done.

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  5. Pam Lazos says:

    Thanks for bringing the world to me, Ken!

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