This exhibit at the Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert addresses the reality that artists often work with different kinds of media, even though they may be better known primarily for one mode of expression. Taking the museum’s installation of permanent collection sculpture in the Faye Sarkowsky Sculpture Garden as a point of departure, this exhibition considers the creative drive to work in a variety of formats.
The Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert is an 8,400 square foot, Silver LEED-certified building named The Galen that presents changing exhibitions and collections. The interior of the building houses four separate gallery areas for rotating exhibits as well as the Annette Bloch Education Wing, which presents educational programs for visitors of all ages that accompanies the exhibitions. The Galen is surrounded by the four-acre Faye Sarkowsky Sculpture Garden that features more than 10 significant sculpture works. Both museum locations are open to the public with free admission every Thursday evening from 4-8 p.m.
“Across Dimensions: Graphics and Sculpture from the Permanent Collection” at the Palm Desert venue of the Palm Springs Art Museum through October 23, 2013.
Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert
72-567 Highway 111, Palm Desert CA 92260