The Demuth Museum features a rotation of exhibitions for our visitorship expanding on the artwork and legacy of Charles Demuth and his contemporaries. Please note the days between scheduled exhibitions as days the museum will be closed for the installation of the new exhibit. The Demuth Museum is also closed to the public for the month of January.

Littoral: John Hubbard in Context

July 15 - September 7, 2014
Opening Reception and Bastille Day Party: Monday, July 14, 2014, from 5:30 - 8:30 pm

Admission by Donation - No Tickets Required.

This exhibit features the work of John Hubbard, an American born and educated painter who has been living and working in England since 1961. Hubbard is drawn to the littoral zone, an indeterminate space along the shoreline that is neither land nor sea. His works capture the meeting of shifting waters, spray of the sea, rocks and sand of the shoreline fused with the ever-changing light.

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