Saturday, December 10, 2016

Employee Art


I have one more post from my visit to the Phoenix Art Museum last Friday evening.  I found one room that isn't open often that contains artworks created by employees of the museum.  What a great idea!  I loved this watercolor by Jessica Hanna called The Sunflower.  That would look great in my house if I had the space for it.


I liked this one too.  It's a series of six tiny paintings by Henry Bellavia.  They were all oil on masonite and each one was a brilliant little work of art.

8 comments:

Christine said...

Very talented employees!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I think I would have made room for the sunflower picture Sharon ☺ Lovely idea to show the workers artwork!

Jacob said...

Showing employee's art is a super idea. A great way to give them some exposure and to help them identify more with the museum.

Judy said...

What a nice idea!

William Kendall said...

Beautiful works!

RedPat said...

The sunflower looks so 3 dimensional!

Catalyst said...

I like the sunflower, too.

Jack said...

Cool that the museum provides a space to display employees' art works.