On Election Day in the United States, citizens head to the polls to decide who will lead the country using one of the most powerful forms of expression: voting. During this unprecedented presidential election, we are reminded both of the duties and freedoms we enjoy as Americans. The ability to express one’s views, thoughts and […]
It’s that time of year again when fluffy white flakes and yuletide carols fill the sights and sounds of suburban Michigan. And just down the street from Park West Gallery’s Southfield location lies the historic little town of Franklin, twinkling with holiday spirit. Like it was yanked from a Christmas snow globe, downtown Franklin lights […]
Perhaps no other artist is more closely associated with depicting the freedom of the American spirit than Norman Rockwell.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum is currently hosting an exhibition featuring the private art collections of two of America’s best-known modern filmmakers.
To honor the most popular and well-known American artist of all time, today’s Google doodle incorporates an illustration by Norman Rockwell.
The article “Rockwell painted civil rights portraits, too,” challenges the popular belief that legendary illustrator and storyteller Norman Rockwell ignored racial and social issues.
A landmark exhibition that sheds new light on Norman Rockwell’s art and artistry is on view at Norman Rockwell Museum.
Gari Melchers Home and Studio is hosting the exhibition Picturing Health: Norman Rockwell and the Art of Illustration, organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum.
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, two of America’s most successful filmmakers, have combined their collections of the art of Norman Rockwell, one of America’s most celebrated illustrators, for an upcoming exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution.
The Cedar Rapids Museum of Art (CRMA) is pleased to present Norman Rockwell: Fact & Fiction.