Georgia O’Keeffe’s visual exploration of Manhattan in approximately two dozen surviving works, including Sheldon’s New York, Night, began with a change of residence in 1925.
Twelve artists have been invited to participate in It Was Never Linear, a celebration of abstraction in contemporary painting and drawing.
Paintings, sculpture, photographs, and prints from the collection of the Sheldon Museum of Art spark exploration of the many ways in which geometry influences and defines our world.
Sheldon’s permanent collection galleries are laboratories in which unique ideas and installations give visitors opportunities to see and experience the collection anew.
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