Katherine Bradford is known for her vibrant palette and eccentric compositions. Often built up over months and sometimes years, Bradford’s paintings are textured, semi-transparent coats of acrylic paint, with hints of pentimenti exposed in the finished surface. Her recent works revisit several of her favored motifs, such as ships and swimmers—traditional and enduring subjects seen throughout art history. Bradford’s canvases, however, are more ominous, and often improbable in comparison to the relative calm of James McNeill Whistler’s paintings or Paul Cézanne’s portraits of bathers.
November 24-26 & 28
Friday 4 pm, 6 pm, and 8 pm; Saturday 2 & 5 pm; Sunday noon, 2 pm, 4 pm, and 6 pm; Tuesday 6 pm
"An animated masterpiece! An absolutely stunning film that not only does justice to the art of Van Gogh, but also to the art of movies. I have never seen anything on screen like it before. You will be amazed and lifted by this extraordinary film." Pete Hammond, Deadline.
Mystery surrounds the death of famed painter Vincent van Gogh in 1890 France in this very unique animated feature film.
PG-13; 95 minutes