Scent and Symbolism: Perfumed Objects and Images
April 6 – July 2, 2017
The experience of scent brings to the forefront one of humankind’s most powerful yet enigmatic senses. Scent and Symbolism: Perfumed Objects and Images will consider the role of scent in the history of art through a collection of 140 scent bottles from the seventeenth through twentieth century from the collection of the Umi-Mori Art Museum in Hiroshima, Japan. The exhibition will also reveal how the sense of smell has been described by painters over time: woven into allegory and literal experience, medicinal and spiritual use, as a tool of seduction, and a product for consumption.
Made in Dixon
April 16 – April 30, 2017
It’s back! Made in Dixon returns, showcasing the colorful and joy-filled artwork created in the Dixon’s educational programs. Works from artists of all ages celebrate the Dixon’s commitment to our community through education in the visual arts.
Artifact of a Relationship: Jason Miller
May 7 – July 23, 2017
Local artist and gallery owner Jason Miller photographs everyday objects that have meaning to him. Through this series of photographs, he recounts his memories of these objects, linking one relationship to the next.