3 Shows At The Dubuque Museum Of Art

The Dubuque Museum of Art is open with restrictions but also digitized its collection and exhibitions for online viewing. Photo: Travel Dubuque.

If you’re looking to get your art fix from anywhere in the state, three exhibitions are on display at the Dubuque Museum of Art, which offers virtual tours on its website.

“Olson’s Art Through the Ages”: Twelve oil paintings from Dubuque artist Tim Olson feature in this showing. Olson describes his works as combining “regional subject matter (crime stories, landscapes, portraits) with paintings from the past.”

“2100 And Counting”: The museum is showcasing the growth of its collection over the past two decades. According to its website, its permanent collection jumped from 500 works in 1999 to over 2,600 currently (an addition of 2,100 works, hence the exhibition name).

“Women of the Americas”: Galena, Illinois, artist Janet Checker presents a selection of five paintings of women in full traditional dress, set in North, Central and South America.


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