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Jackson Hole, Wyoming

turnerfineart.com

through July 31

Turner Fine Art is presenting the exhibition While We Were Still… Flowers Bloomed. On offer are floral still lifes created by 13 leading painters, primarily during the COVID-19 quarantine. Located throughout the U.S., these artists have focused their attention on flowers as symbols of beauty, delight, health, vitality, and hope. The project’s guest curator is Tim Newton, former chairman and CEO of the Salmagundi Club in New York City. Please check the gallery’s website for updates, possibly including an on-site reception to be held on July 10.

Carmel, California

rieserfineart.com

from August 1

Rieser Fine Art will soon present the exhibition The Luminous Landscape: New Paintings by Kim Lordier. Of the COVID-19 pandemic, the artist writes, “We’ve been given the gift of time. Time to slow the pace, to just breathe. Time to sort through our own truth. The expense of this gift … huge. Frustration and a fear of the unknown … but also an understanding.”

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