Eyes on America
On view until December 31, 2020
Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art
“Eyes on America” seeks to critically explore both traditional and unconventional symbols of America in order to re-evaluate what it means to be American in the twenty-first century. The exhibition explores four symbols of America: The Working Class, Native Americans, Famous Figures, and Abstract Symbols.
“Eyes on America” contains over 40 objects from the Everhart’s permanent collection of folk art, works on paper, and natural history.
Featured artists: Jacob Lawrence, William Keeler, Hunt Slonem, Alex Katz, Ken Schmidt, Fritz Scholder
“Bicentennial Indian,” Fritz Scholder, 1976. Lithograph. EM Collection, 76.22. Overall: 30 x 37.5 in.