© Pasadena Museum of California Art
Although the Pasadena Museum of California Art has a good collection of permanent attractions, most of their attractions are traveling art exhibits. Like any other museum with a variety of special attractions, it is ideal to visit the museum’s website to get an updated list of special attractions.
A sky in the palm of a hand is one of the current special attractions showcased at the Pasadena Museum of California Art. This exhibit showcases a variety of art forms, such as; sculptures, videos, prints, and paintings. The art in this exhibit is a combination of pieces from Lloyd Hamrol and Joan Perlman. Although Hamrol and Perlman have never collaborated, they have many artistic similarities, which is shown within this exhibit. A sky in the palm of a hand will remain on display until February 19, 2017.
In the Land of Sunshine: Imaging the California Coast Culture is another special attraction that is currently on display at the museum. This exhibit includes approximately 90 paintings from a variety of artists that captures what life was like among the California coastline from the 1800s to modern day. Thus, this exhibit perfectly captures the beauty, change, and history of the California coastline. In the Land of Sunshine: Imaging the California Coast Culture will also be available until February 19, 2017.
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