Britany Salsbury, Associate Curator of Prints and Drawings
American artist Charles Burchfield used the landscape of northeast Ohio to express universal emotions and moods. He experimented avidly with watercolor in both his hometown Salem and Cleveland, where he attended the Cleveland School (now Institute) of Art. Learn about the period described as his “golden year” and the abstract style that defined his work.
NOTE: The originally scheduled event on Wednesday, January 30 has been canceled due to weather.