The beauty of nature has long been a muse for artists. Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) is showcasing the nature-inspired landscape artwork of artist Michael Scott alongside works from the museum’s own collections in the upcoming exhibition America’s Epic Treasures featuring Preternatural by Michael Scott, opening May 27.
America’s Epic Treasures features 32 major works organized around Earth’s four natural elements: fire, water, air and earth. The immersive art exhibition showcases the beauty of natural landscapes and the destructive and rejuvenating nature of the elements. Vibrant colors and skillful execution create dynamic textures and compositions that draw you into the artwork, evoking a greater appreciation for the magic and mystery of nature. Scott’s onsite field studies included in the exhibition provide a look into the artist’s process.
America’s Epic Treasures featuring Preternatural by Michael Scott is generously supported by Marilyn J. Scripps, Phillip and Whitney Long and Helen and Brian Heekin.
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