The Academy Art Museum in Easton, MD recently held a reception for its new exhibition, Modernist Inclinations: The Art of Jan Matulka, co-hosted by the exhibition’s sponsors PURE Insurance and The Avon Dixon Agency, a member of Shore Bancshares, Inc. The exhibition, featuring the art of Jan Matulka (1890-1972), will be on display through October 16, 2011.
In the 1920s and 30s, Matulka was a leader in the New York art world, promoting new modes of expression based on his experiences in Paris and across Europe. As an artist and a teacher he investigated and advocated Cubism, Surrealism, Precisionism and related movements. Modernist Inclinations is also underwritten by gifts from Mary Beth Cahill and Steve Champlin and sponsored in part by the Maryland State Arts Council and the Talbot County Arts Council. The Estate of Jan Matulka and the McCormick Gallery, Chicago Illinois provided assistance in organizing this exhibition.
In Photo: Representatives of The Avon Dixon Insurance Agency recently attended a reception of the Academy Art Museum’s new exhibition, Modernist Inclinations: The Art of Jan Matulka. The Avon Dixon Insurance Agency was a co-sponsor of the reception with PURE Insurance. Pictured back row, left to right, are Mark Freestate, Cindy Wagner, Susan Ray, Erik Neil, director of the Academy Art Museum; Jay Dayton, Matt Brooks, and Sylvia Quay. Pictured front row, left to right, are Deanna Blanch, Kristen Green, Bill Lane, Wanda Ritter, Terry Mead, and Seth Beatty.
In Photo: Representatives from PURE Insurance and The Avon Dixon Insurance Agency pictured left to right are Tim Marino, Martin Hartley, Mark Freestate, Erik Neil, director of the Academy Art Museum; Terry Mead, Nicki Colosi Trilling, Matt Sweitzer, and Bill Lane.