Explore the Whitney Museum of American Art

Explore the Whitney Museum of American Art

Spilling Over: Painting Color in the 1960s

As we are 'stuck' in our homes, it is not only essential, but totally enjoyable to be able to explore exhibits in world-class museums, which are currently shut down.  We found this amazing exhibit at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City.  If you have not been to this relatively new location, it is a stunning building, to say the least.  

Enjoy this peek into the exhibit Spilling Over:  Painting Color in the 1960s.  Even if you are not a huge fan of contemporary art, take a look at the video of the exhibit, and then the explanation of the paintings and artwork below on the museum site.

As stated in the description, the exhibit is 'drawn entirely from the Whitney’s collection, Spilling Over includes important recently acquired works by Emma Amos and Kay WalkingStick, as well as paintings that entered the collection soon after they were made, by artists such as Alvin Loving, Ellsworth Kelly, Miriam Schapiro, and Frank Stella, among others.'

Enjoy the color, the building, and most importantly, the 'out-of-house' experience.

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