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April 16, 2021
JEFF FROST | American, born 1978 | 20150620 Lake Fire Milky Way Overlook 35mm d800e-8231.NEF, 2015 | Pigment print on Epson Archival Paper | © Artist | Acquired with funds from the Board of Visitors Muscarelle Museum of Art Endowment

JEFF FROST, American (born 1978)

JEFF FROST, American (born 1978) 20150620 Lake Fire Milky Way Overlook 35mm d800e-8231.NEF, 2015 Pigment print on Epson Archival Paper © Artist Acquired with funds from the Board of Visitors Muscarelle Museum of Art Endowment   In honor of Earth Week and in support of the Sustainability Symposium the Muscarelle is pleased to present this image by acclaimed multimedia artist Jeff Frost.   A real-time moment of the fast-moving Lake Fire of 2015 is captured in this photograph. Seeing the fire from a perspective of both distance and elevation, the viewer is offered the opportunity to reflect on the power, majesty, and […]
February 1, 2021

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December 2, 2020

The Muscarelle featured in The Wall Street Journal

Adriano Marinazzo, Curator of Digital Initiatives, was featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal. His recent research on Michelangelo is sparking new conversation about the possible identity of the unknown portrait on the Palazzo Vecchio.
September 29, 2020

BUNKY ECHO-HAWK

BUNKY ECHO-HAWK  Native American (Pawnee-Yakama), born 1975 Freshman 15, 2014 Acrylic on canvas © Bunky Echo-Hawk Gift of the Artist 2016.226   Created during a live paint at William & Mary, this painting is an example of Echo-Hawk’s activism in support of food security for American Indians living on reservations. The 1491 date depicted on the canvas is a clear reference to the pre-Columbian past, when corn or maize, was a food source solely in control of Native people. As a result of European colonization, corn spread around the globe and now feeds humans and animals in far flung places. […]