No, I’m not talking about that paint-by-numbers buffoon Thomas Kincaid. I’m talking about a true master – Andrew Wyeth. The Greenville County Museum of Art has been featuring an exhibition entitled "Wyeth at 90." This collection includes highlights from each decade of Wyeth’s career.
Laura and I made our visit on this rainy Saturday afternoon. Even though a good bit of Wyeth’s work has a subtle color pallette, when he does include light and color, it really makes a statement. My favorite of this collection is "Cranberries," shown here.
The Wyeth paintings are always on display at the museum. However, this was the last weekend that they were to be presented as this tribute.
Also on display at the museum was a collection of Jasper Johns works entitled "Look Homeward." I have mixed feelings about these. Some I really liked, others, not so much. Regardless, it was a nice way to pass a rainy day.