WHO: Taiwanese artists presented by Phoenix Sister City, Taipei
WHAT: Paintings in a variety of styles, by master Taiwanese artists
WHERE: Arizona Capitol Museum, 1700 W. Washington, Phoenix
WHEN: March 1st to 31st 2017 - 9am-4pm (M-F), 10am-2pm (Sat)
Arizona Capitol Museum (AZCM) welcomes back Phoenix’s Sister City in Taipei, Taiwan for a new art exhibit featuring painted works by five exceptional artists. The capitol’s seasonal art show series promotes our Sister City of Taipei, presenting some of the most dynamic and colorful works of art. The exposition is organized by the Phoenix/Taipei Sister Cities Committee, as well as the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture. The five artists in this exhibit are:
Jse-Hui Marian Wu, still life paintings
Jane Liu, dramatic abstracts (hwanggallery.com/liu-jane-exhibition)
Fu Mei Merica Chang, pet portraits
Jack Liang, landscapes featuring houses and architecture (LA Times article)
Chris Ho, animal and nature scenes (chrishotiger.com)
The Phoenix/Taipei Sister Cities Committee will host a reception on March 2nd at 10am in the AZCM’s Historic Supreme Court. It will feature a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony. There will be guest speakers from Taipei, Taiwan Sister Cities program, AZCM staff, community leaders and Seton Catholic High School students.
The AZCM is free to visit Monday through Friday 9am-4pm, and Saturday (September-May) 10am-2pm. Parking at Wesley Bolin Plaza is also free*.
General museum information is available by calling 602-926-3620.
*If Wesley Bolin parking is unavailable on Saturdays, alternate parking can be found at Monroe and 17th Ave, behind the State Agriculture building, for Arizona Capitol Museum visitors.